Principal's Welcome

“Modern man listens more willingly to witnesses than to teachers, and if he does listen to teachers, it is because they are witnesses.” Pope Paul VI

Welcome! I'd like to invite you and your family to visit Holy Family High School and explore our campus to learn about our exceptional academic program and our extensive co-curricular opportunities. You will see first-hand how we provide a Catholic learning environment that stresses academic excellence, fosters mutual respect, demands responsibility, and encourages self-growth.

Founded in 1922, Holy Family has been unwavering in its commitment to educate the Whole Person: Spirit, Mind, and Body. With small class sizes, we have the ability to connect personally and intellectually with each student in an intimate and inspiring academic setting.

Holy Family draws students from 35 communities along the front range. On a 52-acre campus that has been beautifully enhanced over the past decade, we offer a full athletics program; a performing, and visual arts curriculum; and a rigorous academic program, all steeped in the Catholic faith.

We completed construction of various additions to our original building in 2019 that included six new classrooms, an auxiliary gymnasium, a new fitness center, and expanded college and school counseling department offices. However, what is most visible is not always what is most vital. The physical changes are not as vital as the quality of people who work in the building. Every day our students work with faith-filled teachers who are passionate about education and accomplished in their fields. It is a tremendous grace to work along such fine educators.

Holy Family's rich tradition of high academic success begins with our teachers, is due to the hard work of our students and would not be possible without the support of our parents. The Holy Family community is like no other. 

I encourage you to visit our campus and experience first-hand the faith and educational possibilities to be found at Holy Family High School.

Pax Christi,
Matt Hauptly