Holy Cross School faculty, as well teachers from several other local schools, explored the topic of "Science and Faith: Renewing the Relationship" through a professional development series sponsored by the McGrath Institute for Church Life, a program of the University of Notre Dame.
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Congratulations to Holy Cross seniors Charles Wellington and Andre Farnet, who have been named LHSAA All-Academic Honorees for 2018-2019.
Mrs. Sasha Kreinik’s Environmental Science classes were fortunate to welcome two guest speakers to campus recently, thanks to a new partnership with the Pulitzer Center.
Congratulations to our Holy Cross Wrestling Team for being named the 2018 Deep South Bayou Dual Tournament Champions.
Blessed Basil Moreau said, "For those who live by faith, the cross is a treasure more valuable than gold and precious stones." As we prepare for Christmas, I am delighted how our entire school community has come together to celebrate family through the Cross.
Location: Both Holy Cross Campuses
Time: 8 AM – 2:45 PM
Location: Holy Cross Library, Watson Theater, Cafeteria, 8th Grade Center-Admin Building
Time: 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
High school math teacher Molly Whittington inspires enthusiasm in her students by encouraging questions and discussion, and she says the best part of her job is getting to experience moments of revelation with her students.
Rebecca Velez is a kindergarten teacher who loves to encourage individuality and creativity. She wants her students to feel like they can be themselves and to love being at school.
For math teacher Cindy Bourque, Holy Cross is about more than just academics. She is a firm believer in the school's philosophy of forming the whole student: mind and heart, body and soul.
Michael Arvites is the Social Studies Department Chair and Assistant Basketball Coach. He teaches AP World History, AP European History, US History Honors and a new course at Holy Cross on World War II History.
Anne Chabreck is the English Department Chair and teaches high school English IV College Prep and Honors, and Advanced Placement English Language and Composition. Her philosophy is to teach students to think critically, read deeply, and write clearly.