Congratulations to the Class of 2021 students who were inducted into the Holy Cross honor societies during a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, September 24.
Though our campus is closed, learning continues! See the many ways that our community is remaining connected and engaged.
70 seniors spent three days focusing on getting started on the college application process.
Student spend the day practicing their leadership skills in preparation for the upcoming school year.
The Academy of the Holy Cross celebrated the Class of 2020 with a virtual Baccalaureate Mass on Wednesday, July 29 and a Graduation ceremony for students and parents/guardians on Thursday, July 30. Both events were livestreamed on Facebook Live.
Congratulations to seven Holy Cross students who received awards in the 2020 John Carroll Society Margaret Mary Missar Essay Competition.
The Holy Cross community joined together in a prayer service and a call to action on Tuesday, June 9 to address racism and injustice.
Class of 2020 seniors came to campus on Sunday, May 31 to receive their Graduation Boxes.
Catholic Standard features Grace Miller in graduation series.
The Academy of the Holy Cross is proud to have received designation for the second year as a No Place for Hate school.
Please enjoy the Spring 2020 Digital Music Concert
The Academy of the Holy Cross held the Senior Awards Ceremony through a virtual presentation on Thursday, May 14 to recognize the accomplishments of the Class of 2020.
For the senior's last week, the Saint Mary's Resource Program asked the SMRP students to share something nice to a senior.
Chapel Activities Week of May 11-14, 2020
Holy Cross recognized the Class of 2020 students who have earned membership in honor societies this year during a virtual ceremony.
Enjoy the End-of-Year Dance Celebration video.
A special virtual ceremony was held on Wednesday, May 6 to recognize the outstanding work of the Class of 2020 International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidates.
Holy Cross recognized the 31 Class of 2020 Madeleva Scholars in a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, May 6.
Campus Ministry gathers with our community in the morning for prayer and at lunch time in different ways.
The voices of students answering "IMHO e-Learning is . . . "
After meeting all deadlines, the Cross & Anchor yearbook staff celebrates with a pizza party.
To be more aware of the trash they create, the AP ES students bring the the trash they create with them everywhere.
TartanTimes.com, the student news website of AHC, covers the campus changes due to coronavirus.
A 9th grade health assignment to create a 30-second public service announcement (PSA) on the importance of physical activity.
Students in the Photography 1 class used their new photography skills to express themselves.
Dance teacher "Miss Donna" Reese offers a couple options for stretching exercises.
Dr. Marta Laskowski, a professor of botany at Oberlin College in Ohio and science teacher Michael Laskowski's aunt, was a guest speaker for his biology classes.
To honor three senior Tartan athletes who committed to playing college sports, the athletics department created a remote signing ceremony.
Students in AP Computer Science Principles work on their portfolio projects to submit to College Board.
Attorney Douglas Allston, senior Grace Allston’s father, spoke to the Criminal and Civil Law class taught by Dr. Maureen Morris.
Remote classes take place in different ways for our students.
Math teacher Genevieve Kelley shows her Honors Geometry class a pyramid that she constructed.
Dr. Maureen Morris and her Criminal and Civil Law class featured Rachel McGuckian, senior Meredith Brendel's mom, as a guest speaker.
Monday afternoon faculty meetings continue during remote school with all the administration, faculty, and staff of Holy Cross.
Junior Chianna Meza-Cuadra completes her work with some "assistance" from her guinea pig Chichi.
First-year teachers at Holy Cross hold their most recent meeting online.
Administration delivered special yard signs to every senior during spring break.
Using our 3-D printer, Holy Cross faculty member Dave Geiser printed straps for protective masks for a local medical group.
Holy Cross students have logged more than 400 hours of service since campus closed.
Students in Ms. Mullervy's Latin II class get into the spirit of Toga Tuesday.
Each of our Class of 2020 will be recognized through #SeniorSpotlight
Planning and preparation for virtual learning leads to smooth transition to e-Learning.