Holy Cross School is pleased to announce the hiring of three alumni to join its athletic department next school year. Nick Saltaformaggio ’77 will serve as head football coach. Ryan Hess ’95 will become the school’s new head wrestling coach. In addition, Roland Barbay ’82 will join Holy Cross as a football coach and full-time member of the athletic department staff.
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The Holy Cross Science department would like to congratulate and recognize all the students who competed in the Greater New Orleans Science & Engineering Fair at Tulane University
Fourteen Holy Cross students embarked on the trip of a lifetime—the Archdiocese of New Orleans March for Life 2020. It was an inaugural experience for them because they were the first to attend the March for Life Pilgrimage while representing Holy Cross School.
To celebrate diversity and recognize a vital part of our country’s history, the Holy Cross social studies department is honoring Black History Month in February with a series of programs and projects school wide.
Congratulations to Holy Cross wrestlers Jacob and Evan Frost, who both took home an individual state championship this weekend at the state tournament in Bossier City. The Tigers totaled 208 points to finish 4th in the team race.
World geography teacher Justin Toepfer says he sees himself as being someone who can adapt his teaching style to his students. "It’s my responsibility to provide an environment that allows our students to grow as learners as well as become more educated and active citizens."
Holy Cross Band Director Cameron Mayfield says a huge part of what he does is teaching students to love music as much as he does.
Primary music teacher and first grade assistant Marisa Sorrentino believes that experience is the best teacher, and that every student deserves an opportunity to develop and display their talent.
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.