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Welcome to the 2017/18 school year!

We hope you all have experienced rest, rejuvenation and excitement this summer and are ready to embark upon the year ahead. 

 

As a community, we move into this new era of innovation in education guided by the four pillars of HNHS: Faith; Scholarship and the Arts: Service and Justice; and Commitment to Growth.

 

Kendra Carr (Class of 1999) and Constance Hubbard (Class of 1970) are excited to share the leadership of Holy Names High School in an administrative model that is new for the 2017/18 school year.

 

Kendra Carr will serve as Principal to support an innovative and comprehensive academic program. Social Justice remains at the core of the program offerings and is integrated in all areas of student life. The expansion of the Advisory Program, the addition of College Counseling for every junior and senior student and the growth of the Project Lead the Way pathways for opportunities in science and engineering are examples of how Holy Names is growing. The Arts will remain a strong emphasis, and we look forward to the return of the Fall drama production and Spring musical. Our strong Athletics program is a part of a well rounded high school experience and opportunities for student leadership development in the Ambassador program, LINK crew, Student Government, and Campus Ministry teams continues to be strong.

 

Constance Hubbard will serve as President and continue to lead our school community, focusing on admissions, facility improvements and fund raising. Building a robust scholarship program is essential to further support student success. The growth in student enrollment allows even more opportunities for students to be fully engaged in a comprehensive program. The class of 2017 set a high bar for all students with 100% admittance into four year colleges/universities with over $4.5 million in merit (earned) scholarships and grants.

 

We look forward to an exciting 2017/18 school year.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Kendra Carr ’99                                                        Constance Hubbard ‘70

Principal                                                                    President