August 2016 Guidance Counselors’ Office Hours Prior to the Start of School

Wednesday, August 17, 2016 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday, August 18, 2016 Unavailable
Friday, August 19, 2016 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Monday, August 22, 2016 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

– On Wednesday, August 17 the Incoming Freshmen Parent Meeting will be held that evening. Counselors will be unavailable after 5 p.m.

– Counselors will be unavailable on Thursday, August 18 due to Faculty In-Service.

– Schedule change fee of $50 is due at time of change. Checks are to be payable to Holy Name High School.

– Schedule Change form must be signed by both parent/guardian and student in order for change to be made. Forms are available online or in the Main Office.

Last week, nearly 35 girls participated in the two-day basketball shooting clinic! Thanks to all the campers who attended and worked with our coaches and student helpers to improve their basketball skills.

The Holy Name Boys’ Basketball Shooting Clinic drew a record high 80 campers this week as boys in grades 3-9 came to work on their shots. The campers spent two days working on their shooting form with Holy Name players and coaches. All the campers did a tremendous job!

Holy Name congratulates WTWH Media, LLC Co-Founder and Managing Partner Scott McCafferty, a 1985 graduate, on being named a 2016 Northeast Ohio EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Finalist! Scott, along with fellow co-founder and WTWH VP of Sales, Michael Emich, received this honor. For more on Scott, as well as his business success, read this story that is in the latest edition of Smart Business Magazine.

We are also very excited to share that a few of our students are partnering with Scott and WTWH this summer to create a student-run media company. At the end of the summer, we look forward to sharing more details about this exciting opportunity!


Holy Name High School |  July 2016


Featured: Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Set for Sunday, September 25

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Save the date for the 2016 Holy Name Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, taking place Sunday, September 25 at 3 p.m. in the Main Gymnasium. Six award winners will be enshrined that evening.

The Holy Name Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2016 includes:
Legacy Award – Ray Putka ’42 (Football, Basketball, Hockey and Baseball)
Special Recognition Award – Chris Broussard ’86 (Career Achievement – ESPN Sportswriter)
Athletic Award – John Malone ’71 (Football and Track)
Athletic Award – Duane Piscura ’67 (Football and Baseball)
Athletic Award – Pete Pucher (Head Football Coach, 1966-1970)
Athletic Award – Bill Zowie ’51 (Football)

Tickets to the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, which will feature a catered dinner, cost $40 per adult and $20 per child (under 12) until Friday, July 29. After July 29, tickets are $50 per adult and $30 per child.

To reserve your ticket for the induction ceremony, visit www.holynamehs.com/2016HOF. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. If you have any questions about ordering tickets, or about securing a sponsorship, please contact Colleen Corrigan Day ’88 at (440) 886-0300 ext. 136, or at cday@holynamehs.com.




Athletics: Sign-Up for the July Grade School Summer Sports Camps


Grade school students are invited to attend boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball and girls’ volleyball camps and clinics this month!

Spots are still available for all sports camps being held at Holy Name in July.

To register your student, visit www.holynamehs.com/summercamps.

The remaining camps are:

Boys’ Basketball Shooting Clinic
Monday, July 11 – Tuesday, July 12
Open to 3rd-9th graders as of August 2016
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.; $50 per participant

Girls’ Basketball Shooting Clinic
Wednesday, July 13 – Thursday, July 14
Open to 5th-9th graders as of August 2016
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.; $40 per participant

Girls’ Volleyball General Skills Camp
Monday, July 18 – Friday, July 22
Open to 3rd-9th graders as of August 2016
Session I (Grades 3-5): 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.; $70 per camper
Session II (Grades 6-7): 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.; $70 per camper
Session III (Grades 8-9): 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.; $90 per camper

Girls’ Volleyball Setting and Hitting Clinic
Monday, July 25 – Tuesday, July 26
Open to 6th-9th graders as of August 2016
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.; $40 per participant



Alumni: Thank You for Joining Us at the 2016 Reunion Weekend

From the Eugene T. Krakowiak Golf Classic, to the Big Creek 5K Run, a fun time was had by all at the 2016 Reunion Weekend.

The three-day celebration began on Thursday, June 9 with the Eugene T. Krakowiak Golf Classic at Pine Hills Golf Club in Hinckley. It was a beautiful day for the 145 golfers to hit the links and enjoy one another’s company. Although the $10,000 Hole-in-One prize was not won, Bill Cheney ’56, Matt Finkler ’99 and Ryan Weber ’98 took first place in the classic itself. After the golfing concluded, Chad Trush ’94 and the Islander Bar & Grille catered a wonderful meal.

Most importantly, more than $13,500 was raised to go toward the Eugene T. Krakowiak Scholarship Fund at Holy Name, ensuring that Mr. K’s legacy continues to live on in the students who benefit from the generosity of so many alumni and friends.

On Friday night, over 100 alumni and friends came together to celebrate the All-School Reunion. Entertainment was provided by Class of 1982 graduate Tina Facca and her band, The Clams, while Coyne Catering took care of the delicious food. Classmates reminisced over class pictures, yearbooks and other memorabilia, and shared their favorite stories from their time as Holy Name students. At the end of the night, the attendees’ attention shifted to the big screen set up in the gym, and everyone cheered on the Cleveland Cavaliers in their game versus the Golden State Warriors.

Bright and early Saturday morning, runners – and walkers – lined up to take part in the Holy Name Big Creek 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk. Brett Fisher ’01 (19:11) and his wife, Dianne (21:32) won the 5K race!

Throughout the day Saturday, members of the Class of 2020 then came to Holy Name to make special tie-dye t-shirts, while also enjoying cornhole games, as well and burgers and hot dogs. The afternoon concluded with a lovely Mass celebrated by Fr. Bob Kraig ’63, the pastor of St. John Neumann Parish in Strongsville.

For pictures from the various celebrations, visit Holy Name’s Facebook page. You do not need to have a Facebook account to see these pictures!

Thank you to all who attended the Reunion Weekend, and made it a success. We are proud of our alumni, and welcome everyone to attend our next event, the 2016 Homecoming Pre-Game Cookout, at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 23, 2016 at North Royalton’s Serpentini Chevrolet Stadium.

Additionally, we thank all who volunteered during the Reunion Weekend festivities, and are especially grateful for the following Eugene T. Krakowiak Golf Sponsors:

Lunch Sponsors:

Terrence J. Kenneally ’67 & Associates
Great Lakes Cold Storage – Pat Gorbett ’71
Terrence McCafferty ’81

Breakfast Sponsors:

Cunningham Paving – Tim Cunningham ’72
Patrick Fogarty ’79
The Jack & Nora Gannon Family
Frank Mahnic
Scott McCafferty ’85
Gene Ptacek & Son Fire Equipment Co.

Beverage Sponsor:

Ownerland Realty – LeRoy Golembiewski ’54

Hole-in-One Sponsor:

Marty Powers ’67

Hole Sponsors:

Larry ’72 & Mary Ann Piechowski ’69 Arthur
Augie’s Catering – Dan ’73 & Debbie D’Amicone ’73 Jenks
Kate Kerlin and David Breslin ’01
Mark ’75 & Mary Beth Krakowiak ’75 Burger
Cunningham Paving – Tim Cunningham ‘72
Kevin ’78 & Diane Godec ’78 Day
Dan ’67 & Peggy Deegan
Brian Downey ’82
Dean DePiero ’86 & Family
Fortuna Funeral Home
Holy Name Sports Boosters
Hooley House – Chad Trush ’94
Ron Iacoboni
The Islander – Chad Trush ’94
J & F Luxury Travel
Jim ’70 & Nancy Gilbride ’70 Joyce
Michele Roth-Kauffman ’86
Joe Koelliker ’64
Lori Zoss ’93 & Dave Kraska
Laborers International Union of North America
Lakeside Supply Company
Jim Mahnic
Dale Mutryn ’66
In Memory of Brian Neary ’67
State Senator Tom Patton
Marty Powers ’67
Jim ’67 & Barb Arko ’67 Prentis
Qwestcom Graphics – Tom Day ’02, Danny Day ’08, Joe Krause ’83
Frank Rini ’75
Jerry ’67 & Carol Malarik ’67 Talboo
Patrick Talty
Mark Termini ’74 Associates Inc.
Floyd Trouten
Tom ’75 & Barbara Vaughn
Vic’s Floral, Inc. – Drew Haney ’65
Greg Walters ’70
Don Wilson ’72



Summer Projects: Upgrades Made to Campus During Summer Months

While students are on break, projects are underway to update and improve the school’s facilities. In June, all of the parking lots were re-surfaced and re-lined. The circle that connects Layor Drive and Queens Highway, now named Wondolowski Way, was re-surfaced as well.

Bleachers in the Auxiliary Gym, also known as Manning Auditorium, were removed. With the bleachers now cleared out, there is now room for the installation of more comfortable, up-to-date bleacher seating.

Additionally, the maintenance staff has been hard at work putting new mulch in the landscape beds, cleaning out each classroom, and re-doing the gymnasium floors.

For more updates on building improvements, as well as other school news, visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/holynamehs, or follow us on www.twitter.com at @HNGreenwave!




Activities: Upcoming Events Calendar

Here is a preview of what is scheduled at Holy Name in July and August!

Tuesday, July 5 – Friday, July 8: Classroom Antics Tech Camp
Monday, July 11 – Tuesday, July 12: Boys’ Basketball Shooting Clinic
Wednesday, July 13 – Thursday, July 14: Girls’ Basketball Shooting Clinic
Monday, July 18 – Friday, July 22: Girls’ Volleyball Skills Camp
Monday, July 25 – Tuesday, July 26: Girls’ Volleyball Setting and Hitting Clinic
Sunday, August 7: Class of 2020 Family Mass and Picnic at Holy Name, TBD
Monday, August 22: First Day of Classes for Freshmen
Tuesday, August 23: First Day of Classes for Upperclassmen

For the complete school and athletic calendar, visit http://www.holynamehs.com/events/.

7-9 Boys Basketball Camp


The Holy Name Boys’ Basketball Skills Camp concluded Thursday with a great day of competitions and tournaments. Over 85 campers in grades 3-9 spent four days working on their skills with Green Wave coaches and players. Thanks to everyone who made it a great week. Award winners are as follows:

Dribble Tag
3rd-6th grade – Ryan Hickey
7th-9th grade – Drew Butler

3rd-4th grade – Ryan Hickey
5th-6th grade – Drew Styers
7th-8th grade – Kyle Zygmunt
9th grade – Nate Dzuroff

X Out Layups
3rd-6th grade – Aidan Humenik
7th-9th grade – Drew Butler

Free Throws
3rd-6th grade – Ryan Hickey
7th-9th grade – Josh Petrilla

Hot Shot
3rd-6th grade – Nathan Boomer
7th-9th grade – Adam Rini

1 on 1
3rd-4th grade – Drew Styers
5th-6th grade – Charlie Zeller
7th-8th grade – Kyle Zygmunt
9th grade – Kevin Mcloughlin

Team Champ
3rd-6th grade – North Carolina
7th-9th grade – Cleveland Cavaliers​

Please note that the Holy Name High School Main Office, as well as all as the Advancement and Admissions Offices, will be closed on Wednesday, June 22, 2016.

All offices will reopen at 9 a.m. on Thursday, June 23.


Holy Name High School |  June 2016


Featured: Show Your Namer Pride at Reunion Weekend, June 9-11, 2016

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The 2016 Holy Name Reunion Weekend is just over a week away! Join us at the fun events we have lined up for Thursday, June 9 – Saturday, June 11.

Thursday, June 9

Eugene T. Krakowiak Golf Classic – SOLD OUT!
Pine Hills Golf Club
433 W 130th Street
Hinckley, Ohio 44233
7:30 a.m. Registration
8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start

Thank you to all who have registered to play in the Krakowiak Golf Classic! Although all foursomes are full, we still welcome you to join us for dinner that afternoon. If you are interested in attending the dinner, please contact Colleen Corrigan Day ’88 at cday@holynamehs.com, or at (440) 886-3000 ext. 136.

Friday, June 10

All-School Reunion
Holy Name High School Main Gym
6000 Queens Highway
Parma Heights, Ohio 44130
6 p.m.
$25 per person

All alumni, especially those who graduated in years ending in 1 or 6, are invited to attend this entertaining evening to reminisce with classmates and catch up with old friends! Food stations by Coyne Catering will be available, along with a cash bar. The Clams, a local band featuring Tina Facca ’82, will provide live music!

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors Watch Party
Holy Name
Doors Open at 8:30 p.m.
Cash Bar Available
RSVP to Colleen Corrigan Day cday@holynamehs.com or at (440) 886-0300 ext. 136

Saturday, June 11

Big Creek 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk
Holy Name High School and Big Creek Metroparks
$25 Pre-Registration, $30 Day of Event
7:30 a.m. Registration
8:30 a.m. 5K Race Begins
8:35 a.m. 1 Mile Walk Begins
Register online at http://www.hermescleveland.com/roadracing/events/holyname.asp

Alumni Family Day
1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
School Building Open
Food by Coyne Catering Available for Purchase
Class of 2020 Tie-Dye T-Shirt Making Activity!

Family Mass
Celebrated by Fr. Bob Kraig ’63, Pastor of St. John Neumann, Strongsville
4:30 p.m.



Advancement: Make a Difference with a Gift to the Annual Fund

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Thanks to our generous supporters, we have raised over $140,000 for our Annual Fund. Help us meet our goal of $175,000 by giving your gift by June 30. Your gift will help defray operating costs associated with running our school and providing a premier education to our students.

Wondering how to donate? Here are three easy ways that you can give today!

1. Mail in your donation to Holy Name High School, Attn. Advancement Office, 6000 Queens Highway, Parma Heights, Ohio 44130
2. Go online to www.holynamehs.com/donate-to-hn/
3. Call (440) 886-0300 ext. 136 and make your gift over the phone

With your help, Holy Name will continue to be a vibrant, faith-centered community that provides an outstanding college preparatory education to hundreds of students each year. Thank you in advance for making a difference at Holy Name!



Athletics: Spring Student-Athletes Close Out Terrific Seasons

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Green Wave baseball, lacrosse, softball, and track & field student-athletes recently finished strong spring campaigns. We look forward to the 2017 season, and wish the seniors the best of luck in the future!


The team finished 10-17 overall, with a 4-8 record in their inaugural year in the Great Lakes Conference. After beating conference foe Rocky River in the first round of the Sectional Tournament, the Namers fell to Firelands, 0-2, in the second round of the playoffs.

Liam Cunningham ’17
All-Great Lakes Conference First Team

Tyler Fabian ’17
All-Great Lakes Conference Second Team

Sean McCarthy ’16
All-Great Lakes Conference Honorable Mention
GCBCA All-Star Game Selection
NEOBCA All-Star Game Selection

Joe Rivera ’16
All-Great Lakes Conference Honorable Mention
GCBCA All-Star Game Selection
NEOBCA All-Star Game Selection


After a regular season that included big wins over rival Padua Franciscan, Cleveland Heights, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin, and Olmsted Falls, the Green Wave lacrosse team won their first playoff victory against Toledo Central Catholic, 14-4. They ended their season with a second-round playoff loss to Westlake.


The Lady Namers had a spectacular year on the softball diamond, finishing with a record of 23-5 overall, and 10-2 in the Great Lakes Conference. After a great regular season, the girls beat Fairview in their first game of the Division II Playoffs. They ultimately fell to Lodi Cloverleaf, 1-0, to end their playoff run.

Cassie Bily ’18
All-District Second Team
All-Great Lakes Conference First Team

Nikki Camarati ’18
All-District Second Team
All-Great Lakes Conference First Team

Nikki Ferraro ’16
All-Ohio Honorable Mention
All-District First Team
All-Great Lakes Conference First Team
Great Lakes Conference Position Player of the Year

Katelyn Gray ’17
All-Great Lakes Conference Second Team

Taylor Mountcastle ’18
All-Great Lakes Conference Honorable Mention

Mary Novosel ’17
All-Great Lakes Conference First Team

Avery Revay ’17
All-Great Lakes Conference Honorable Mention

Monica Rusa ’16
All-Great Lakes Conference Second Team

Andrea Spinelli ’17
All-Great Lakes Conference Second Team

Track & Field

Both the girls’ and boys’ track and field teams did well at several meets this season, and the following competitors had top three finishes at the Great Lakes Conference Meet in May:

Malique Burton ’17
Third Place, Shot Put

Sean Halloran ’16
Third Place, Discus Throw

Sarah Hasek ’16, Nicole Sbatella ’17, Brittney Webb ’16, and Meaghan Vrabel ’18
First Place, 4 x 100 Meter Relay

Sarah Hasek ’16
Third Place, High Jump

Hailey Lawler ’18
Third Place, 100 Meter Hurdles

Nicole Sabol ’18
Third Place, Shot Put

Brittney Webb ’16
Third Place, 100 Meter Dash
Third Place, 200 Meter Dash

At the Division II Bedford District Meet, Malique Burton (Shot Put) and Sean Halloran (Discus Throw) qualified for the Division II Austintown Fitch Boys’ Regional Meet, while Nicole Sabol (Discus Throw) qualified for regionals on the girls’ side.



Student Life: Class of 2016 Graduates from Holy Name

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On Friday, May 27, 130 students graduated from St. Columbkille in Parma to become Holy Name’s 99th graduating class. Parma Municipal Court Judge Deanna O’Donnell, a 1983 graduate, delivered the commencement address, while Elizabeth Springer, the Class of 2016 valedictorian, gave the student address. During the ceremony, the Senior Ensemble also sang a beautiful rendition of “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord).”

All members of the Class of 2016 were recognized as they crossed the altar at St. Columbkille, and received their diplomas. We are proud of each graduate, and pray that the future holds nothing but wonderful experiences and achievements for them. Below you will find the graduates’ names and their plans for next year. Congratulations!

Brandon Christopher Adamonis – Cuyahoga Community College
Madeline Virginia Adams – The Ohio State University
Mia Marie Almodovar – Brown Aveda Institute
Yulisa Alvarado – Eastern Michigan University
Christian Janis Balodis – Kent State University
Jacob Brandon Bean – Kent State University
Eileen Teresa Benedict – Xavier University
Brandan Y. Bizzi – Cuyahoga Community College
Katherine Elizabeth Bliss – Ohio University
Zachary Michael Bozich – Cuyahoga Community College
Molly Kathleen Bush – University of Dayton
Tara Catherine Byrne – John Carroll University
Mary Kathleen Calaiacovo – Ohio University
Jakob Donald Cole – Cuyahoga Community College
Christopher Lawrence Cotone – John Carroll University
Jensen Ashley Crane – Bluffton University
Jared T. Croucher-Hartzell – Cuyahoga Community College
Nicholas J. Crowe – Walsh University
Kailee Michele Cunningham – West Liberty University (WV)
Emily Marie Davis – Shaw University (NC)
Jack A. Dewey III – Culinary School
Nicholas Richard DiBiasio – Cuyahoga Community College
Haleigh Lynn Dienes – Cuyahoga Community College
Marie T. Duff – Pellissippi State Community College
Sarah M. Durma – Walsh University
Patrick Charles Eminian, Jr. – Cuyahoga Community College
Casey Morgan Farrell – Mercyhurst University
Emily Rose Farruggia – University of Toledo
Wheatley Calum Fathauer – Walsh University
Brian Patrick Feitl – Kent State University
Nicole Katherine Ferraro – Trine University (IN)
Rebecca Mae Fijalkovich – Ashland University
Courtney Elizabeth Fobel – Ohio Wesleyan University
Sarah Marie Follen – University of Dayton
Joshua T. Foreman – The Ohio State University
Amanda Leigh Frantisak – Cleveland State University
Jurissa Marie Fruits – Eastern Michigan University
Aidan Patrick Furlong – EMS Training Institute
Emily Nicole Galla – University of Toledo
Sarah Eileen Gallagher – Cleveland State University
Jolisa Lee Gonzalez – Cleveland State University
Sean James Gorey – Kent State University
Megan Elizabeth Graham – Bowling Green State University
William Bruton Haas – University of Toledo
Andrew Michael Halinecz – Cuyahoga Community College
Sean Joseph Halloran – University of Toledo
Spencer Douglas Harrington – Cleveland State University
Sarah Kathleen Hasek – Bowling Green State University
Brian Patrick Hauck – Cleveland State University
Elizabeth Ann Hindulak – Kent State University
Jeffrey Michael Hirko – Cuyahoga Community College
Michael W. Johanni – Cleveland State University
Sean Michael Joseph – University of Toledo
Maureen Marie Joyce – University of Mount Union
Thomas Charles Joyce – Cleveland State University
Jordyn Ashley Kachmar – University of Hartford (CT)
Alyson Florence Kane – Cuyahoga Community College
Liam Francis Kelly – University of Akron
Kathleen Marie Kinnen – The Ohio State University
Andel J. Krakowiak – Miami University
Joseph Daniel Krock – Cuyahoga Community College
Mason Henry Kuhr – Edinboro University
Brett James Lance – Bowling Green State University
Anthony Daniel Lang – Robert Morris University
Theresa Lincheck – Cleveland State University
Joseph Anthony Loszack – Cuyahoga Community College
Lucas Lucas – Cleveland State University
Brooke Elizabeth Lyman – University of Cincinnati
Margaret Mary Patricia Lysobey – Walsh University or Cleveland State University
Ryan P. Madden – Bowling Green State University
Matthew J. Maguire – Cleveland State University
Matthew M. Majkrzak – Baldwin Wallace University
Austin M. Marcinowski – Bowling Green State University
Danielle Frankie Marco – Cuyahoga Community College
Tyler J. Martin – University of Akron
Sean M. McCarthy – Cuyahoga Community College
Jacob Allen Medley – West Virginia University
Lauren Mikaela Mercurio – Bowling Green State University
Jakob J. Mihelich – Cleveland State University
Mia Pearl Miller – Kent State University
Kristina Lee Mizikar – Active Military Duty
Jacob A. Motrunecs – Kent State University
Alaina Marie Murphy – University of Kentucky
Nicole Marie Najpaver – Ohio University
Kyle J. Nekoloff – Heidelberg University
Allison Taylor Nenadal – Cleveland State University
Mary Elizabeth Olenik – University of Toledo
Bailey Kathryn O’Malley – Bowling Green State University
Ryan J. Ontko – Kent State University
Ricardo T. Ortega – Kent State University
Abigail Mae Ottinger – Kent State University
Samantha Nicole Pechkurow – University of Mount Union
Walter David Pesta – Baldwin Wallace University
Morgan Ann Pitman – Kent State University
Madeline Grace Priebe – Ohio University
Julie Marie Purich – Bowling Green State University
Connor R. Regan – Ohio University
Sarah Catherine Reindel – Kent State University
Ashley Maren Rings – University of Findlay
Joseph R. Rivera – Notre Dame College
Isaiah J. Rodriguez – University of Akron
Monica Tracy Rusa – Cleveland State University
Heather Ann Sanderell – Cleveland State University
Stephanie Kristie Sawicki – University of Akron
Kyle J. Schade – Cuyahoga Community College
Rebecca Schettine – Bowling Green State University
Shakif La’paris Niroby Seymour – University of Toledo
Nicholas Shreck – Cuyahoga Community College
Michael G. Shuba – Kent State University
Jonathon Patrick Smith – Baldwin Wallace University
Elizabeth Colette Springer – Miami University
Carly Ann Stepic – University of Mount Union
Nicholas M. Stepp – Cleveland State University
Marie Renee Stetz – Cleveland State University
Erika Rose Stopper – Bowling Green State University
Nikki Marie Joan Strauss – University of Toledo
Rory Ann Strauss – University of Toledo
Jacob Gregory Taylor – Miami University
Nicholas Edward Tober – University of Cincinnati
Haley Marie Tomaszewski – University of Akron
Martin Edward Wallace – Technical School
Brittney Ann Webb – Ursuline College
Hannah Kate Welsh – Cuyahoga Community College
Shane Killian Welsh – Defiance College
Allysa Joan Wiesler – Kent State University
Brodie M. Wolf – Bowling Green State University
Mitchell K. Wondolowski – Cleveland State University
Anthony Robert Wypasek – Cuyahoga Community College
Nicole Marie Yartz – Northampton Community College (PA)
Liam J. Yatsko – Cleveland State University




Activities: Upcoming Events Calendar

Although school is out, there are still plenty of events to enjoy at Holy Name this summer!

Wednesday, June 1: Last Day of Underclassmen Finals; Summer Break Begins After Last Exam
Wednesday, June 8: Presentation for Parents by Psychemedics Corporation Vice President George Elder in the Holy Name Main Gym, 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 9: Eugene T. Krakowiak Golf Classic at Pine Hills Golf Club in Hinckley, 8:30 a.m.
Friday, June 10: All-School Reunion in the Holy Name Main Gym, 6 p.m.
Saturday, June 11: Holy Name Big Creek 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk at Holy Name and Big Creek Metroparks, 8:30 a.m.
Saturday, June 11: Alumni Family Day at Holy Name, 1 – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 11: Family Mass at Holy Name, 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, August 7: Class of 2020 Family Mass and Picnic at Holy Name, TBD

For the complete school and athletic calendar, visit http://www.holynamehs.com/events/.

We are so proud to share that Josh Foreman ’16 and Mr. Joe Langa ’75, are featured in an article now available on Cleveland.com. The story focuses on Josh, who is blind, and the incredible journey he has had as a Holy Name student, thanks to help from Mr. Langa. Click here to read this wonderful story about Josh and Mr. Langa.

Thank you to Plain Dealer reporter Michael McIntyre and photographer Marvin Fong for capturing this story!

On Thursday, May 12, Holy Name students spent a day at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea participating in “Arts for All.” This day is devoted to giving developmentally disabled children the opportunity to make art, sing and dance to live music! Holy Name students spent the day volunteering and helping with a variety of arts activities, including face painting (which the kids LOVED!). It truly was a great day for all!