Since 1989 – when the activities of the Kindergarten began, with the purpose of giving life to a Bilingual School – religious formation was provided and the spirituality of Schoenstatt was embraced. Since then, the College has been entrusted to Our Lady of Schoenstatt and follows the guidelines of the Movement in the formation of its students.

With the advice of Father Horacio Sosa Carbó – who regularly attended to offer his Encounters, and the pedagogical advice of Isabel Mujica, through her valuable Workshops for Parents and Teachers-, the School grew within the Pedagogy of the Movement.

In 1990, Monsignor Rómulo García blessed the definitive headquarters of Holy Trinity College in "Villa Alzaga", officially declaring it a member of the JUREC and Catholic College of the Diocese of Mar del Plata.


• Educate children and youth according to the teachings of the Catholic Church.
• Stimulate the development of your personal mission.
• Promote their inclusion as an active member in the mission of the Church.

For this, it incorporates the development of Catechesis into its Institutional Curriculum, from an early age, with a Team of catechists according to age and academic levels.
Within the framework of its Catholic formation, Holy Trinity College -as an International School- aspires that its students demonstrate tolerance and acceptance of differences, understanding that the integration of other cultures and religions enriches us.


Solidarity action is the central axis of all community action activities and is understood as an attitude of life
Parents, teachers and children commit themselves in different spheres to carry out actions that lead to forming caring and responsible young people.
Through the CAS Program (Creativity, Action and Service) Polimodal students discover that the greatest gratification is found in giving and serving others.

Characteristics: Christocentric and Trinitarian.

Through Mary to reach Jesus and through Him to God One and Triune.
It takes into account three dimensions:
reflective dimension: presentation of the elements that make up the Christian mystery for your knowledge based on the guidelines given by the Argentine Episcopal Conference, through its programming for Catechesis.
Experiential and committed dimension: achieve a lively and participated liturgical facet, expression of personal and community faith, be it prayers or sacramental celebrations. Make the oratory a place of recollection and prayer.
Catechesis tends to be capable of vitally expressing the permanent values of life in the light of the Gospel.
Through his teachings, lead the boys to the maturation of the faith, which is the appropriate means to resolve situations of behavior or discipline of the catechized, in collaboration with the rest of the teachers.
Service dimension: By such is meant the catechesis that vitally expresses the values of the Kingdom of Christ in daily life, that walks and prepares a cultural and social change, that achieves just and true options, that applies the evangelical examples in the community to which it belongs.
Chaplain: P. Ariel Sueyro.

Catechism meetings: Weekly classes in all courses within school hours.

The Consecration Prayer is prayed daily before beginning classroom activities.
Sacraments: the 4th Year students perform the 1st Reconciliation and receive the 1st Communion, for this they prepare from the 3rd Year in which they attend a day of Celebration of the word of God and receive the Bible. Weekly the boys meet in a home to pray the community Rosary.
Arriving at the 9th Year, the students live a moment of reaffirmation of their commitment to faith and prepare especially for Confirmation, coinciding with the celebration of the School's Patron Saint Festivities.
These sacraments are received at Masses celebrated in the Parish of Ntra Señora del Carmen, with Confirmations given by our Bishop Monsignor Juan Alberto Puíggari.
Confessions: During the week, all students from the 4th year can go to confession with the Chaplain of the P. Ariel Sueyro School.
Celebrations: Mass for the initiation of the school year, Mass on the first Friday of each month, mass for the reunion of ex-students, mass for the end of the school year, and/or any other special event for institutional, local or national reasons.
Mass Choir: It is made up of catechists, students of higher courses and ex-students.
Celebration of the love of Mary: In the 6th year, the boys receive the Scapular of Ntra Señora del Carmen, patron saint of the Parish.
Way of the Cross: During Holy Week, students and catechist teachers prepare the Via Crucis through the streets surrounding the School, actively participating in its conduct, accompanied by relatives and neighbors.
Gatherings and visits to the Sanctuary: they take place in the Schoenstatt Shrine of Camet and are addressed to students of the upper classes on dates to be designated, coordinated by their catechists and specially invited priests.
The visits are carried out at least once a year by all the primary level courses.
The students also make a visit to the Lourdes Grotto.
Withdrawals: for the preparation of the 1st Communion and Confirmation.
Hermitage: erected in honor of the Blessed Mother Thrice Admirable, it is located in the garden of the College, as a replica of the Schoenstatt Shrines, and a place for prayer and petitions.
Spirituality meetings: Throughout the school year, talks are held for parents, students, teachers and the community, on topics of interest, given by priests or catechists.
Pilgrim Virgin: daily the students take turns and/or for special reasons take home the image of the Pilgrim Virgin, to share their visit with the families.
Pilgrimages: Every year the educational community attends the Patron Saint Festivities of the New Beaches Sanctuary located in Camet, participating in the pilgrimage.
National Pedagogical Day of the Schoenstatt Movement: staff from the catechism department, directors and teachers attend it annually.


The entire educational community is committed to activities in favor of those most in need. Catechists, teachers, students and families carry out actions of various kinds and aimed at those sectors that require their contribution.
The proposal is essentially pedagogical: to train, through the transmission of values, in solidarity, detachment, understanding, respect and the responsibility that we have towards our brothers.

Methodology: From the Department of Catechesis they organize, guide and encourage weekly campaigns for the provision of food, clothing, footwear, school supplies, etc. earmarked for the support of Casa María Reina.
This campaign is oriented towards the contribution of toys on the occasion of celebrating Children's Day.
Annually participates in the National Caritas Collection.
The Polymodal Level students carry out CAS activities - Creativity, Action and Service - and for this they attend weekly accompanied by teachers and catechists to different centers - Kindergartens, Homes for the Elderly - Cáritas - according to demand, in which they carry out activities such as painting, gardening, reading to grandparents, school support, celebrating birthdays, etc. Simultaneously, they organize campaigns inside and outside the School to obtain donations of basic necessities such as clothing and food, which they later deliver during their weekly visit.
Helped by their teachers, the 1st Year students prepare gifts for the children admitted to the Maternal and Child Hospital, for the Christmas holidays.
Study trips: the 7th Year groups that travel to the Iguazú Falls bring their contribution to the Perutí Aboriginal Village year after year.

The purpose of our MARIAN EDUCATION is:

“As children of God and members of Christ, acquire the ability and availability to shape a personal style of life and Marian work, which emanates from a deep bond with Mary”
Father Joseph Kentenich