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Congratulations!

Congratulations to our newly accepted students, welcome to Holy Names!
Please check your SchoolAdmin portal to register for the 2019-20 school year.
Contact Petra Rocha with any Admissions questions at (510) 450-1110 x 117 or at procha@hnhsoakland.org.
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Why do you give?

For day two of the Alumnae Giving Challenge, we asked several alumnae why they choose to give. Click to see the video with heartfelt, inspiring responses from Cydia Garrett '87, Angela Lanterman '86, Stacy Ditta '11, Sarah Wetter '06, and Joyce Scotlan '83.
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Spirit Week Alumnae Giving Challenge March 19-21st

Spirit Week means students are busy preparing their hallway decorations and class skits to compete for the title of Most Spirited class!

During this week, we also invite all graduates to join in on the fun through the Spirit Week Alumnae Giving Challenge. Tuesday, March 19th through the 21st, alumnae will compete to raise funds to support Holy Names.
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Mother Daughter Luncheon

HNHS students and the special women in their lives are invited to join the annual Mother Daughter Luncheon "Here's to Strong Women: May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them."
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Apply Now

Applications are now open! A Holy Names student is an innovator, leader and world changer. The opportunities are endless here at HNHS. Admissions Deadline is January 8, 2019.
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Winter Concert

Join us on Friday evening, December 7, at 7pm. Celebrate the holiday season with joyful noise from the Holy Names Orchestra, Vocal Ensemble and Belle Tones.
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Shadow Visits

The best way to learn about Holy Names High School is to visit us! Sign your daughter up for a Shadow Visit to experience what it is like to be a student for the day. Sign up today!
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Principal Kendra Carr on Dictionary.com

A high-school principal may not be a very glamorous profession, but this woman recognized it as a chance to influence the young minds of the next generation and to maybe inspire change early on instead of trying to amend things after they’ve happened.

Here’s her story: https://www.dictionary.com/e/video/words-of-a-high-school-principal/
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