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INSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY

Holy Trinity Classical Christian School has two types of branding, Academic & Athletic.

 

Academic

For any print/digital pieces with academic information, the classic white Holy Trinity Classical Christian School logo should be used, and can be downloaded below:

 

Standard Holy Trinity Classical Christian School Academic Logo

 

Linear Holy Trinity Classical Christian School Academic Logo

 

As deemed appropriate, HTCCS also uses versions of the academic logo with black and red background options, or with no background at all as an overlay on photos. If you are interested in using these logo options, please contact Communications Director, Candace Brasseur.

 

Athletic

Holy Trinity athletes are referred to as “The Mighty Lions” as reflected by our athletic logo (which has The Trinity rings as part of his facial features).  This logo should be used on print/digital materials that focus on Athletics and/or applicable Student Life activities. They can be downloaded below:

 

Standard Holy Trinity Classical Christian School Athletic Logo

 

Linear Holy Trinity Classical Christian School Athletic Logo

 

One Color Logo (white) for T-Shirt printing ONLY

 

*Please note that this logo is different than the classical formal lion associated with our academic branding that can be found on our awards certificates, car stickers, etc. If you have any questions regarding which lion image should be used for your specific event/project, please contact Communications Director, Candace Brasseur.

 

Colors

Below are the official Holy Trinity Academic colors for printing purposes:

  • PMS 1797 (Red on Shield)
  • PMS 7510 (Gold Rings)
  • PMS 465 (Gold Banner)

 

Fonts

Holy Trinity’s official fonts for printed materials:

Marcellus SC

Optima 

 

Holy Trinity Classical Christian School logos should not be used by any non-school employees without permission. If you are an outside entity wishing to use our logos for products, please contact Communications Director, Candace Brasseur to secure permission in writing as per copyright regulations.