Holy Family Catholic School

 
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Don't forget Scrip!

 

Gift cards can be purchased after Sunday Masses the first 3 weekends of the month. By purchasing SCRIP, you're raising money for HFCS and it costs you nothing!  Please visit us in the hospitality room after Mass.  

 


 

 

Holy Family Catholic School exists primarily to educate those children whose families are committed to Christ-centered education through the Catholic faith tradition. Holy Family welcomes children in grades Preschool through 8.

 

The mission of our Roman Catholic school is to promote excellence in education--both spiritually and academically--for the whole person, thereby nourishing the gifts uniquely given to each by God.  This mission will be fulfilled through a covenant with the whole faith community. 

 

Admission of a new student may involve a personal interview with the child, as well as a review of prior school records, including grades and test scores. In the case of home schooled students, an entrance test will be required prior to admission.

Holy Family Catholic School provides a rich learning environment built on solid gospel values

 

Tuition assistance is available for those who qualify.  Please request paperwork on your registration form.  Financial assistance is not available for the 3-year-old preschool program.

 

We also provide morning care, extended care, and afterschool care for our students.  Morning care begins at 7:00 a.m. and afterschool care ends at 5:30 p.m.

 

Please visit the school, bring your children and your questions! call 765-4327 to schedule a tour, or visit www.hfcs-cda.org for more information and registration documents.

 

 


 

 

Holy Family Catholic School is a regional Roman Catholic school that nourishes the souls of 220 students in the rich tradition of our Catholic faith.  Our families are at the core of our program, participating in all aspects of our school community.  Our teachers and staff understand the distinctive elements of a meaningful Catholic school environment - the integration of the Gospel message throughout a curriculum that promotes higher order thinking skills.

 

For more information please visit their website at www.hfcs-cda.org