Holy Cross School renewed its accreditation in 2023 through the Cognia Accreditation team. Holy Cross offers strong academics in the areas of Preschool through 8th grade. Our values of Hospitality, Faith in Action, and Inclusiveness directly begin in the classroom. With a deep history in the community, Holy Cross is set apart from other schools within the Archdiocese by our heritage, our diversity, and our advanced learning.
Establish by the Sisters of Mercy in 1936, Holy Cross has been a part of multiple generations of many families that have attended. Our history of faith-based education continues to guide Holy Cross to reach new heights of academic success.
As a family, we welcome and encourage diversity. Our culture, ethnic, and economic diversity forms a strong familial support system for Holy Cross to flourish. Academically, students are provided a diverse curriculum and have the opportunity to study Spanish with classes offered multiple times per week.
Advanced Learning Techniques
In all grade levels, Holy Cross strives for academic excellence, incorporating new techniques to keep students engaged. We are proud to offer a "Transitional Kindergarten" Program that ensures students are ready for Kindergaren. Technology incorporation is another key initiative, including iPads, chromebooks, STEM, and coding robots. Our interactive classrooms provide new learning possibilities to our students.
Holy Cross is an AdvancED accredited school, offering a standardized educational curriculum that is above many other school's standards in the area.
Middle School students, grades 6 through 8 are offered Spanish. Students learn vocabulary, grammar, and how to conjugate verbs. This class is intended to provide a knowledge base so they can successfully participate in High School Language.
Library & Media
Students in kindergarten through eighth grade have a scheduled weekly library period. During this time they learn library skills along with integrating technology and STEM activities.