Community activities are a vital component of the educational experience at Holy Family High School. The activities are designed to promote the spiritual, physical, and social development of all students; to provide opportunities for leadership; to provide avenues to serve school and community and to develop the interests and talents of our students.
A variety of activities and clubs are available to our students including:
International Thespian Society
Junior Statesmen of America
Lamp Post (school newspaper)
Liturgy Music Club
National Honor Society
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
Speech and Debate Team
Student Advisory Council
Tigers For Life
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Yearbook Club (Vista)
Young Conservatives Coalition
Guidance services are readily
available. Guidance Counselors assist students in
many areas including:
- college entrance requirements and the application process
- college scholarships and financial assistance programs
- graduation requirements
- course selection and class schedules
- personal issues
A conference may be requested
whenever the student, teacher,
parent or counselor feel that
a meeting would be beneficial.
For additional information on guidance services click here.
An active Campus Ministry Department seeks to enhance the spiritual nature of the school, provides opportunity for the sacraments, and meaningful prayer experiences and services. Prayer is an integral part of our daily experience and every class begins with prayer.
Theology courses encourage students to seek to understand their faith, practice their beliefs, and most importantly, grow closer to Jesus Christ as they mature into young adults.
Retreats are held for every class.
The Liturgy Committee provides the opportunity for students to help create and minister in the Liturgies and liturgical seasons, while the Liturgy Musical Group encourages a variety of instruments, voices, and styles of music.
The Mission Club creates projects that center on collections for various needs in the community and other areas of service.
The Kairos retreat, a four day intense religious experience, gives Juniors a powerful opportunity to develop their own personal relationship with God and to better know themselves and their fellow classmates.
Many opportunities for service are available throughout the year so each student can experience the satisfaction of volunteering in an area that is of interest to them and useful to the community. Students are required to participate in the Apostolic Ministry Program each year and many students volunteer many additional hours as an expression of their faith. For more information about service opportunities click here.
Holy Family dress code gives students many options in clothing colors and styles while maintaining comfort and decency. Spirit days are offered throughout the school year and provide an opportunity for students to further individualize their look. For more information on dress code and spirit wear see the student handbook. To order click here.