Mrs. Mary Lou Van Antwerp spent 8 years at Holy Family, four years as a first grade teacher and another four years as School Principal. Looking back she said "I continue to feel close to HFRS in spirit, it's a heart bond that can't be broken."
Lo·go/ lōɡō / noun. A symbol or other design adopted by an organization to identify its products, uniform, vehicles, etc.
Today's Throwback Thursday looks at our logo, past to the present. We are HFRS!
Congratulations to our Middle School Students of the Month. Sixth Grade: Brandon J. and Sofia N. Seventh Grade: Chloe E. and Eli P. Eighth Grade: Ethan D. and Ana D. Students are chosen by mutual selection of teachers and meet overall school goal of academic excellence, strong character and consistent effort. These students are great role models for others, we are very proud of them
It was an early September day in 1980 when Holy Family Regional School welcomed its first students to a new school formed by a group of parents looking for quality Catholic education for their children. Since then, the school community has grown to become a two-campus educational home for students in Young 5 through eighth grade. Students in Young 5 through third grade attend class at the North Campus in Rochester and students in grades four through eight, attend class at the South Campus in Rochester Hills. Holy Family Regional School serves as the largest elementary school in the Archdiocese of Detroit.