How cute is Georgetown native, Emily Durso — whose Mapping Georgetown stories we feature today — and how clever is her 1960s Book Shop poster for the Francis Scott Key […]
In the brilliant sunshine of a late-summer Saturday, Georgetown University held its annual fall Georgetown Community Day – a fun and family-friendly festival bringing together students, faculty and staff, local […]
Not only was Ms. Adele Dodson the very first African American student to attend Holy Trinity School, she’s a living inspiration. Her Mapping Georgetown story lifts our hearts as it […]
We are so pleased to see that our recent visits to the Rose Park Farmers Market have yielded troves of stories about Georgetown’s hidden past. Did you know that 70 […]
Holy Trinity parishioners gathered at the Saint Ignatius Chapel Garden after the 9 o’clock Mass June 6 to bury a Covid Time Capsule that will be opened 23 years from […]
D.C. schools are expected to switch over to in-person instruction, at least partially, in the second term, which begins Nov. 9, “if medical conditions warrant,” according to school officials.
Ideally, all students should be able to get DCPS programs online with their student ID and have a device with a keyboard and, if possible, headphones.
On Leap Day, Feb. 29, Holy Trinity School supporters returned to Sequoia — the Washington Harbour restaurant with floor-to-ceiling views of the Potomac River — along with friends, more than […]
Oct. 6 was a joyous Sunday for Holy Trinity Parish, as it celebrated 225 years of the Catholic faith community on 36th Street NW.
Many a Georgetown and Washington family can say their children attended the school, now with an upper school and a lower school on 36th Street, hugging Holy Trinity Church in the center of the block.