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Experience our Community. your community. Your school. Your family.

Making Friends

Each year we welcome a ninth grade class filled with excited young men and women who attended more than 30 different middle schools before coming to Holy Family Catholic High School. Freshman Orientation Day, small class sizes, and the opportunity to participate in a fall sport or activity help students quickly bond as classmates.

Forever a Part of the Family

Over the course of four years, our students form close relationships not only with each other but with our faculty and staff, coaches, and parents. Graduates frequently reach out to these adults who are now mentors in their lives for professional advice and for a network to opportunities .

Community Support

From cheering the football team on from the Hill, packing the hockey arena for a game, filling the performance center to watch a musical or student coffee house, or attending one of our fundraising events, the Holy Family community shows up for each other and values the efforts and talents of all.

Alumni become mentors, coaches, and speakers to current students. Our close network of alumni, parents, and friends offer internships, jobs, and guidance to young alumni as they pursue opportunities before, during, and after college.

Special Moments

Father Daughter dances, Mother Son Baseball games, and parent social gatherings provide opportunities for our parents and students to create lifelong memories while getting to know our Family a little better.

The Ignite the Fire All School Mass and Social provides an opportunity for our community to gather in worship and fellowship, setting the tone for a blessed year and warm familial atmosphere.

Our Lasallian Community

In 2005, Holy Family join the Lasallian global nework of schools. The Lasallian school is a united community where diversity is respected, where no one is left out, and where everyone finds a place. Individuals within the school community recognize and accept another's strengths and limitations. This core principle is expressed through the Lasallian ideal: "The Lasallian Family."

Our Lasallian Youth Club focuses on local, national, and global service opportunities. National trips include Chicago, Memphis, New Orleans. International service trips include Guatemala, Haiti, and Ethopia.

Credits:

Will Heller, Graham Miller