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Ms. Renee Rogers at 609 586-3705 ext. 119.

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Welcome to the TRENTON CATHOLIC Academy web site!

Trenton Catholic Boys High School closed in 1962.  It served only male students in the 9th to 12th grade.  Originally it was Immaculate High School and was located in Trenton, NJ on Chestnut Ave.  The school became Trenton Catholic Boys High around 1936.  From 1930 to 1935 Immaculate High School was for both boys and girls.  In1936 the name of the school became Immaculate "Boys" high school.  Then in 1937 the Bishop of Trenton suggested the name of "Trenton Catholic Boys High School".  That name continued until its closing in 1962 and quite frankly, it is still recognized today as one of the premier learning institutions in its time and of its kind. 
Fast forward to 2000.    
By the early 2000s, the Diocese of Trenton was studying the viability of all Catholic schools in Trenton and the surrounding area. In 2005, the decision was made to consolidate four elementary schools with McCorristin Catholic High School to create Trenton Catholic Academy. The name reflects TCA as the regional Pre K-12 school for the diocese. Despite the name change, the school mascot remains the Iron Mike which pays homage to the tough man with the soft heart who made this school possible.

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