About Holy Family
Holy Family Catholic High School is a co-educational high school committed to helping young men and women realize their academic and spiritual potential. We educate students in grades nine through twelve, offering a complete extracurricular program and the school holds an accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges & Schools and is a member of the Wright County Conference.
The Holy Family facility is a state-of-the-art 176,000 square foot structure that combines the best of technology and tradition. Our atmosphere focuses on spiritual and academic development, and classrooms reflect up-to-date designs that meet the needs of 21st century students. The school features a chapel, two 20 classroom learning centers, art and music suites, a performance center, information center, and multiple athletic facilities including a field house complex, a multipurpose activity center, weight training and physical therapy centers, and outdoor football/track, soccer, baseball and softball fields.
Holy Family Catholic High School offers students excellence in education by providing opportunities to grow spiritually, morally, intellectually and physically within a community of faith. We empower and encourage our students to achieve personal excellence, to use their talents to lead, to serve God, one another and the larger community.
Holy Family Catholic High School is an Archdiocesan co-educational Catholic high school growing in the Lasallian tradition and educating students to pursue truth and justice, to mature in faith, knowledge and wisdom, and to develop their full potential.
Students at Holy Family Catholic High School are guided and encouraged to lead lives built upon the school’s four Pillars of Excellence:
Integrity – discerning right from wrong; consistently acting upon that discernment.
Scholarship – having a love of learning exemplified in strong academic performance.
Leadership – influencing others in positive ways.
Faith – searching for/finding God through prayer and service to others.