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GIVE Scholarship available for 5-8th Grade Students

The Holy Family GIVE Scholarship is a selective four-year scholarship for high-performing fifth-eighth grade students with financial need. It offers a comprehensive faith-based, rigorous, academic education, for children who aspire to receive a Catholic education. The scholarship will be awarded to at least four students for the 2019-2020 school year. For more information click on the link above. Application deadline is March 31st. Apply today!
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Join us at the North Campus Ice Cream Social on Thursday, March 14th from 5:00 - 7:00pm.

This Open House provides an opportunity for our current families to visit next year’s prospective classrooms. Each classroom will have current class projects on display, SMARTboards & textbooks available for your review, and teachers eager to greet you! There will be free ice cream in the St. Andrew's Activities Building, where your family can socialize with other families from our community. We look forward to seeing you!
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The Feast of the Holy Family

Our Kindergarten students recreated the journey that led Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem as they prepared for the birth of the baby Jesus. We honor our patron saints, The Holy Family, today and everyday. Watch over us, we pray!
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Pray for Martynka, a sweet child with a rare form of cancer who needs financial help with her treatment.

This precious little child, Martynka, is suffering from a rare form of cancer. She is in Poland and Fr. Tom Wilisowski, from St. Andrew Church, is a friend of her family.
Fr. Tom is trying to help her family raise money for Martynka's treatments and recovery. The best gift you can give sweet Martynka is your prayers for complete healing, this link is also available for a GoFundMe account. Thank you for your support and prayers.
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Scholastic Olympics

Our 8th graders participated in the Scholastic Olympics at Marian and Brother Rice High School. They competed against other Catholic school students in various areas of study. We are incredibly proud of these young men and women!
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