WATCH: Exclusive Tour of Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy’s State of the Art Athletic Complex

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ABOVE VIDEO: Take a tour of Holy Trinity High School, including their new state of the art athletic training complex. The $5.5 million Tiger Athletic Complex includes the latest generation NFL-quality artificial turf field featuring CoolPlay technology; a Plexitrac athletic track surface; and a 13,000-square-foot athletic center featuring home and visitor locker rooms, concessions, restrooms, trainer facilities, a conference room, and fan plaza, as well as the 2,000-square-foot strength and conditioning center.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Take a tour of Holy Trinity High School where their new state of the art athletic training complex allows the students to focus on developing mind, body and spirit. Athletic Director James Phillips discusses the impact that the new facility has had, and how their intern and COVID 19 protocols are keeping the student-athletes in the game.

The $5.5 million Tiger Athletic Complex includes the latest generation NFL-quality artificial turf field featuring CoolPlay technology; a Plexitrac athletic track surface; and a 13,000-square-foot athletic center featuring home and visitor locker rooms, concessions, restrooms, trainer facilities, a conference room, and fan plaza, as well as the 2,000-square-foot strength and conditioning center.

Eighty-six percent of Holy Trinity students participate in athletics, and every student participates in physical education from preschool through junior high.

An average of 14 percent of Holy Trinity graduates go on to play collegiate athletics, competing in the Ivy League, Southeastern Conference, PAC-12, Big 12, and Olympic development programs, as well as the NFL and LPGA.

Holy Trinity officials and supporters celebrated a historic milestone with the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Tiger Athletic Complex last fall. The impressive complex consists of Kelly Stadium, Catherine A. Ford Field, the Shah Family Athletic Center and Marcus Maye Strength and Conditioning Center. (Holy Trinty image)

In the 19 years since the creation of the Upper School athletic department, Holy Trinity has won more than 167 state, regional and district athletic championships.

The school offers 13 sports (21 including boys/girls options) and 50 varsity, junior varsity and junior high athletic teams, as well as 10 Lower School extracurricular sports options.

The Tiger Athletic Complex represents the school’s largest capital expansion since the construction of the 850-seat Scott Center for Worship and the Performing Arts in 2005.

Catherine A. Ford Field was completed in 2001, marking the last major addition to Holy Trinity’s athletic facilities. Holy Trinity’s Upper School was constructed in 2000, while its Lower School has been in place at its historic Melbourne location since 1957.

Phase II of Holy Trinity’s capital campaign will commence in fall 2021 with the goal of constructing a multistory classroom building to house 21st-century learning programs focused on collaboration and innovation.

The Tiger Athletic Complex represents the school’s largest capital expansion since the construction of the 850-seat Scott Center for Worship and the Performing Arts in 2005. ( Holy Trinity image)
Phase II of Holy Trinity’s capital campaign will commence in fall 2021 with the goal of constructing a multistory classroom building to house 21st-century learning programs focused on collaboration and innovation. (Holy Trinity image)
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