4-H Summer Program!


We want to thank 4-H for continuing their work with our Academy!  Their summer program involved lessons about nutrition and the environment that truly enlightened and entertained our students.  The students learned how to create snacks that are healthy, delicious and easy to make.  4-H ended their program with the release of the butterflies our students studied from the time they were caterpillars.  Please make sure to see Nurse Roberts in September to gain information and access to this wonderful program!  

Award from Councilman Alan Maisel!

Congratulations to Paul Terstenyak for winning first place in the Women’s History Poetry Contest!    Councilman Alan Maisel came to present Paul & other fifth graders with awards for their participation in the contest.

Catch us on Currents News on NET TV tonight!

Dear Parents / Guardians:


We are very excited to share that Ms. Re, our second grade students, and our academy will be featured on Currents News.  The station is doing a segment on Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy instilling compassion in our students, and they are highlighting Ms. Re’s recent 911 Tribune Award. 


Currents News is NET TV’s nightly news program featuring local, national and international events and interviews. Launched in 2009, Currents is the first Catholic daily news program in the country. The segment will air tonight at 7:30 p.m. You can watch Currents, on Time Warner Cable Channel 97, Cablevision Channel 30, Verizon Fios Channel 48, and streaming online at netny.tv. If you miss it, we will be receiving a link to put on our website.


Congratulations again to Ms. Re and all of our wonderful teachers for empowering our students to be people of love and compassion.





Arlene Barcia








Community Work from our students

We at OLTCA remember what happened to our school just five years ago during Superstorm Sandy. As challenging as it was for us when we relocated to Our Lady of Miracles, that was nothing compared to what so many schools in Texas are facing after Hurricane Harvey. So we chose to Pay It Forward. The Student Council decided that we wanted to help one school and we could think of none better to assist than St. Marys in Houston; because they, like us, are a school dedicated to our Blessed Mother. The Student Council held a Dress Down Day and were able to raise over $400 to send to St. Marys. Additionally, we made them beautiful pictures of Mary and Jesus. These pictures will surely lift the spirit of the students when they are hung in the hallways of St. Marys. Finally, and most importantly, prayers and love are being sent to the students and faculty of St. Marys and all the schools impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.