Applications for the incoming class of 9th-grade will remain open for a limited time. Please contact our Director of Admissions, Petra Rocha if you are interested in submitting an application at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 450-1110 x 117
Summer Academy for incoming 9th graders will be held from June 21 - July 2 from 9 am to noon. This is an opportunity for students to learn about the school, develop helpful study habits for high school, and build community among their classmates.
The Holy Names community stands in solidarity with our Asian American community and condemns the racist attacks we are seeing across our country. Holy Names remains committed to the SNJM values of “justice, liberating others from oppression, and service to those who are marginalized.”
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.
Holy Names by the Numbers
The Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary founded Holy Names High School on the shores of Lake Merritt at the site of today's Kaiser Center. The school, then called Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, has the distinction of being one of the first high schools in Oakland.48%
48 percent of female graduates of single-sex schools rate their math ability above average or in the highest 10 percent compared to 37 percent of coeducational graduates.12.6
Our average class size allows for more one-on-one teacher attention, builds greater confidence in group settings, and facilitates the development of deep and lasting relationships with other students.100%
100% of recent Holy Names graduates are now attending college.