About Holy Family High School
Holy Family High School is a Catholic, college preparatory, Archdiocesan, coeducational high school operating grades 9 through 12. Our Mission Statement accurately reflects life within our community.
Based on the teachings of Jesus Christ,
Holy Family High School seeks to provide a Catholic learning environment
that stresses academic excellence,
fosters mutual respect,
and encourages self-growth.
We invite you to come and experience what it means to be a part of the Holy Family "family".
The Holy Family Experience
To truly experience Holy Family you should plan a visit but we have a short video that will tell you a little more about us.
Holy Family High School is a Catholic secondary school for young men and women operated under the auspices of the Archdiocese of Denver. Holy Family High school is a community of parents, faculty and staff, administrators, students, alumni, friends and benefactors, all striving together to accomplish their common purpose; to build a community dedicated to excellence in education of the whole person and to service through our faith.
Holy Family High School extends the challenge of academic excellence to all students enrolled in the school.
We prepare students for their future in a learning environment that is characterized by concern for the dignity of the human person as created by God, revealed by Christ, and taught by the Catholic Church.
Holy Family High School is accredited by the AdvancED Accrediting Agency. The required minimum program of studies prepares every student for college.
The college preparatory curriculum affords students the opportunity for a wide variety of choices to meet their individual needs and to prepare them for life after high school.
The Honors and Advanced Placement Curricula challenge the academically gifted. Holy Family offers four-year programs in art, social studies, theology, English, French and Latin. There are five year programs in mathematics, science and Spanish.
The faculty/staff have earned degrees from nearly 40 institutions; over seventy percent hold at least a master's degree.
Each Holy Family High School student strives to live out his or her life faithful to Jesus Christ, His Gospel, and His Church.
Each Holy Family High School student strives to understand how to live in the modern world as one who models the teachings of Jesus.
Each Holy Family High School student is challenged to develop as a Christian leader and to be of service to others.
Each Holy Family High School student is encouraged to be a life long learner.
Each Holy Family graduate will be capable of demonstrating:a. Logical thinking
b. The courage to make decisions and plans of action based on those decisions
c. The ability to speak and to write clearly, confidently and persuasively
d. The ability to participate with a positive spirit in curricular, parish and family activities.
Holy Family High School emphasizes the development of the whole person. We challenge each community member in the areas of religious educaton and of living out the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. Through Campus Ministry there are many opportunities for students to become involved in ministry including participation in the Campus Ministry Leadership Team, the Liturgy Music Club and the Mission Club. Students may also serve as Eucharistic Ministers, lectors, and liturgy planners.
All students are required to take eight semesters of theology. Students are to fulfill the graduation requirement of community service through the Apostolic Ministry program.
Students are invited to volunteer and extend their talents outward through service opportunities within their families, environment, school community, parish, and the Denver metro area. Each grade level has a special area of ministry.
School-wide liturgies, prayer services, and the sacraments of reconciliation planned by our Campus Minister, students and faculty, enable community members to participate actively in the ministry of celebration. The Campus Ministry team, along with the student leadership, conducts the retreat programs for all levels of the school community.
Holy Family High School opened it's doors in September 1922, staffed by the Sisters of Loretto. June 10, 1926 saw the first graduating class of eleven young men and women. In 1999 Holy Family High School moved from its Denver location to a new home at 144th and Sheridan in Broomfield in order to allow for much needed expansion. We continue to serve students from North Denver to Greeley, and Boulder to Keenesburg.
Holy Family High School proudly serves 27 cities and 39 Parishes and is located on the northeast corner of 144th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard in Broomfield, Colorado. Click here to see a map representing where our students travel from.
Our Mission Statement tells the story within these walls in a very real way!
Based on the teachings of Jesus Christ; as the perfect teacher and example of how we are to live our lives and relate to our brothers and sisters, we strive to live out his teachings.
Holy Family H.S. seeks to provide a Catholic learning environment; as each class begins in prayer and each student serves others within their family, parish and society in the finest traditions of the Catholic church.
Stresses academic excellence: as we encourage each child to fully realize their individual gifts and to build on the firm foundation their family has begun.
Fosters mutual respect; as we cultivate an environment that values our similarities and differences, and celebrates the diversity of humanity.
Demands responsibility; as we hold each scholar accountable and help them understand the relationship between effort and achievement.
Encourages self-growth; as we advance the many ways each community member can grow in an understanding of themselves and their relationship with others.
We are currently interviewing for the following positions:
- Qualified and licensed substitute teachers for the balance of the 2012-2013 school year as well as for the 2013-2014 school year.
- Full Time, CDE licensed Math Teacher for the 2013-2014 school year.
- Full Time Administrative Assistant for the Counseling Office
- Part Time Spanish Teacher for the 2013-2014 school year.
Contact Mrs. Tammy Sloan for information on submitting resumes or call 303-410-1411 x1018.