2020-2021 School Year Theme Announcement

Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind. At the end of each school day, Holy Family students from preschool to 8th grade, pray the Family Prayer that begins “God made us a family.” Through this prayer, our students, faculty, and staff are reminded daily of a precious God-given gift: our Holy Family […]

Closing Remarks from Jerry Ernstberger

After 26 years as the principal of Holy Family School, Jerry Ernstberger has some final thoughts to share with the Holy Family community. You can read them here.

Fall Sports Registration

Elementary and Middle School Football registration is open! There are two teams – 3rd-6th graders, and 7th-8th graders. Athletes must attend a Catholic school in the New Albany Deanery or be a registered member of a Catholic parish in the New Albany Deanery. Athletes are not permitted to play for their public-school team and the […]

Last Trivia Question – May 25

This is the last Trivia Question for the school year 2019-2020.  If you are in grade one through seven, keep your answers and I will give you a paper ballot for each question when we return to school.  There will be eight (8) regular drawings (I have the Thomas Edison ballots you turned in before […]

Trivia – May 18

Naturally it is dangerous to be hit by lightning. A United States park ranger from Virginia was hit by lightning several times between 1942 and 1977 and he survived every occasion. Who was this park ranger and how many times was he struck by lightning? Name of the park ranger______________________________________ How many times was he […]

HFS Alumni Receive Outstanding Leadership & Service Awards

Congratulations to Maggie Purichia and Andrew Henderson, who were honored by Catalyst Catholic with the Outstanding Leadership & Service Award! Both Maggie and Andrew attended Holy Family School and are members of Holy Family Parish.  Catalyst Catholic says this about the award: “The New Albany Deanery has a long history of teenagers involved in youth […]

Trivia – May 11

In 1963 a huge bird nest was discovered.  It measured 9ft. 6in. wide and was 20ft. deep.  What birds built this nest and what was the nest’s estimated weight in pounds? Birds ___________________________ Weight in pounds ___________________ Remember to write down the question and your answer each week. They will be collected for the drawings […]

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