Co-Curricular Activities: Over 30 different clubs including: Amnesty International, Bake for Hope, Cross and Anchor Yearbook, Film Making Club, LOTA Effect Club, Lovely Ladies Book Club, Manga Club, Pro-Life Club, STEM Initiative, Tartan Writers’ Club
Christian Service Commitment: Each student participates in Christian Service Commitment (CSC) activities through service projects. Participation in CSC activities constitutes one part of the course requirements in Theology courses.
Moreau Advisory Program: The Moreau Advisory Program is an important component in the development of a strong faith-centered community. Students are assigned to an advisory group. Over the four years, this group remains together to develop a unity and spirit that supports the class and the entire school community. Students meet regularly under the supervision of the advisor. The curriculum includes life skills which develops those characteristics necessary to be successful at the Academy and beyond and works toward the Holy Cross goal of educating the whole woman.
Campus Ministry: Campus Ministry provides all students a range of activities and programs designed to nurture and sustain their spiritual lives including: Weekly Mass in the chapel, frequent opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, All-School Liturgies and Prayer Services, Class-Level Retreats
Madeleva Scholars: The Madeleva Scholars Program provides a structure enabling students to achieve most fully those qualities articulated in the Mission Statement of The Academy of the Holy Cross: courage, compassion, and scholarship. The Program is named in honor and recognition of Sister Mary Madeleva, CSC, a noted member of the Sisters of the Holy Cross.
Sancta Crux Scholars: During this four-year program, Holy Cross will foster the intellectual growth of these extraordinary young women and help them embrace and develop their gifts. Scholars must take four honors classes each semester and maintain a 3.5 weighted grade point average throughout the program.