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A New Way To Give

Even the smallest gifts can make a difference! Through the Holy Names Forever campaign, you may choose to make a monthly contribution between $5 and $25. Your donation supports things like student council, campus ministry, athletics, visual and performing arts, and much more! Click 'READ MORE' to learn more about sustained giving and the Holy Names Forever program.
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Financial Aid and HNHS Scholarships

Financial Aid and HNHS Scholarship applications are now open. To apply please follow the directions at this link. Applications are due February 6, 2017.
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A postcard from our students in Washington DC:

We just wanted to say hello from our Nations capital! We have visited some of the memorials, the new National Museum of African American History and Culture, and have attended several workshops where we learned about current bills being discussed, mock trials and many other exciting topics. Here is a picture of some of us this morning preparing for our meeting with a staffer from Congresswoman Barbara Lee's office.
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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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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.