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Christmas Concert Friday, December 9, 2016 at 7 pm

Celebrate the Christmas Season in our historic auditorium with joyful performances by the Holy Names Orchestra, Choir, Vocal Ensemble. The choirs and orchestra have been rehearsing feverishly. The audience will be treated to a program of new pieces and old favorites. Led by choral and orchestra directors Debbie de Coudreaux and Amy Lourenco the musical program ranges from Beethoven’s “Pastoral Symphony First Movement” to Highlights from “The Sound of Music” to a jazzy arrangement of the traditional “Carol of the Bells.” The audience will be invited to participate in a Sing-along at the conclusion of the concert. The concert is free and open to all who wish to start their Holiday season with a bang.
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Congrats to HNHS Volleyball

Congratulations to the HNHS Volleyball team for their most successful season in over 10 years! First year coach Tamika Henry led the Monarchs to the league playoffs as well as NCS playoffs - the highest competition in D6 Volleyball. Individual awards were also plentiful for the Monarchs. Diana Gonzales '18 led the way by being named 1st Team All-League for her outstanding play all season. Diana also earned a spot on the All-Tournament Team for her post-season play. Ireland Clare Kennedy '17 was voted 2nd Team All League along with teammate Allison Wedman '18. Faye Ferris '18 was the fourth All-League Monarch, named as an honorable mention. With only two graduating Seniors, next year's team looks to be headed for success!
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Homecoming 2017

Homecoming 2017 will feature a full weekend of Monarch Pride! We will start with a Friday night cocktail reception for young professionals and celebrate the families of HNHS on Saturday with a picnic and alumnae sporting event. Following Homecoming tradition, we will conclude on Laetare Sunday with the Homecoming Mass and reception honoring the 50 year anniversary of the Class of 1967.
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Welcome to Holy Names High School

2016-17 will mark the 148th year of Holy Names High School in Oakland. Today, as it was in 1868, we are committed to passing on the SNJM values through education - social justice, innovation, spirituality, and building community.
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Project Lead The Way

Holy Names is proud to be the only all-girls high school in the Bay Area to feature Project Lead the Way’s engineering program.

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Holy Names High School, a small Catholic school for young women, provides an academically challenging college preparatory education in a vibrant learning environment. Our diverse community nurtures spirituality, encourages artistic expression, and promotes justice, preparing the next generation for leadership and service.