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Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with fellow Holy Name High School alumni and friends!Join us at the Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade on March 17, 2015 to enjoy food, music and the opportunity to connect with fellow Namers. The event will kick-off at 12:30 p.m., with a cash bar available throughout the afternoon. Food will be served between 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.Two party packages are available:

$30 per adult: Includes live entertainment and food, as well as transportation to and from Holy Name, with the bus departing from HN at 11:45 a.m. to go downtown for Cleveland’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade and leaving the Hyatt at 5 p.m. to return to HN

$25 per adult: Includes live entertainment and food

Children under 5 can ride the bus and eat for free!

To reserve your spot for this popular event, RSVP online today at www.holynamehs.com/stpats15/ or call Director of Constituent Relations Colleen Corrigan Day ’88 at (440) 886-0300 ext. 136.

 

$20,000 CHALLENGE UPDATE!

Bad weather in Cleveland delayed the start of Holy Name High School’s annual Phonathon, but generous alumni, parents and friends have helped us to stay on pace to meet the $20,000 Challenge. After just one day of our student callers contacting Holy Name supporters, and an enthusiastic response to last week’s email, we have more than $4,000 pledged!

If you haven’t made your contribution to Holy Name’s Annual Fund this year, now is the perfect time. Due to the inclement weather and school being closed last week, we are extending the Phonathon until March 11. All pledges received between now and then will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $20,000, thanks to a generous matching gift challenge offered by one of Holy Name’s loyal alumni.

To help us successfully complete the $20,000 Challenge, you can:

– Donate online today at http://www.holynamehs.com/donate-to-hn/

– Mail in your gift or pledge to Holy Name High School, 6000 Queens Hwy. Parma Heights, OH 44130

– Make your gift or pledge during the Phonathon

Student callers will continue to reach out during the weeks of March 2 and March 9, and we encourage you to talk to them about what is happening at Holy Name and how your gift will make a difference in the lives of all of our students. Help us continue to provide all Namers with an affordable, premier education – participate in Twenty+Twenty!

After cold weather canceled school for four days last week, HN art students were glad to get back to work on putting the finishing touches on several projects.

The pictures below show some of the students carefully creating their ceramic tile and texture sculpture projects. Additionally, some of the Advanced Drawing class projects are also depicted. Those students whose talents are on display include:

Ceramics and Sculpture:
Tyler Fabian ’17
Maria Krist ’15
Jorge Santana ’15
Luke Vollman ’17

Advanced Drawing:
Mallory Knill ’15
Rachel Kucharczyk ’15
Josué Rodriguez ’17

  • Advanced Drawing Class Projects Josue Rodriguez ’17
  • Advanced Drawing class projects Mallory Knill ’15
  • Advanced Drawing class projects Rachel Kucharczyk ’15
  • Ceramic tile, texture sculpture- finishing touches
  • Maria Krist ’15 and Jorge Santana ’15
  • Tyler Fabian ’17 and Luke Vollman ’17

$20,000 CHALLENGE UPDATE!

Bad weather in Cleveland delayed the start of Holy Name High School’s annual Phonathon, but generous alumni, parents and friends have helped us to stay on pace to meet the $20,000 Challenge. After just one day of our student callers contacting Holy Name supporters, and an enthusiastic response to last week’s email, we have more than $4,000 pledged!

If you haven’t made your contribution to Holy Name’s Annual Fund this year, now is the perfect time. Due to the inclement weather and school being closed last week, we are extending the Phonathon until March 11. All pledges received between now and then will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $20,000, thanks to a generous matching gift challenge offered by one of Holy Name’s loyal alumni.

To help us successfully complete the $20,000 Challenge, you can:

  1. Donate online today at http://www.holynamehs.com/donate-to-hn/
  2. Mail in your gift or pledge to Holy Name High School, 6000 Queens Hwy. Parma Heights, OH 44130
  3. Make your gift or pledge during the Phonathon

Student callers will continue to reach out during the weeks of March 2 and March 9, and we encourage you to talk to them about what is happening at Holy Name and how your gift will make a difference in the lives of all of our students. Help us continue to provide all Namers with an affordable, premier education – participate in Twenty+Twenty!

Thank you for supporting Holy Name!

Questions? Please contact Ray Murphy at rmurphy@holynamehs.com or 440-886-0300, ext. 111.

 

Two Weeks for Twenty+Twenty!

Over the next two weeks Holy Name High School students will be calling alumni, parents and friends of Holy Name during our annual Phonathon. Make your donation or pledge between now and March 5 and your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $20,000, thanks to a generous matching gift challenge by a loyal alumnus.

If you have been considering a gift to Holy Name there has never been a better time to show your support as we try to reach our two-week goal of $20,000. Make your gift today and double your impact! All pledge payments must be received by June 1, 2015 to be eligible for the match.

To participate in the $20,000 Matching Gift Challenge you can:

1. Make your gift or pledge when you are contacted by a student during our phonathon

2. Make your gift online at http://www.holynamehs.com/donate-to-hn/

3. Mail in your gift or pledge to Holy Name High School – 6000 Queens Hwy. – Parma Heights, OH 44130

The Annual Fund Campaign is our top fundraising priority – gifts to the Annual Fund help to make up the difference between tuition and what it really costs to deliver an outstanding education. Your participation encourages others to give and sends a message to the community that Holy Name High School makes a difference. By participating in the $20,000 Matching Gift Challenge, your gift will have an even greater impact on every Holy Name student. Help us reach Twenty + Twenty!

The Holy Name Ice Hockey Team is a nominee for the JJHuddle/Bucknuts Ohio High School Ice Hockey Team of the Week Award, and the team needs Namer Nation’s support!

Go to http://bit.ly/1Lzp5qy, and scroll down until you reach the poll. Select the button next to Holy Name, and then click Vote Now. Make sure to also answer the ‘random question’ that will ensure your vote goes through.

Voting is currently open and will conclude at Noon on Monday, March 2. All winners will be announced on Monday as well.

You can vote as often as you’d like, so show your support for the Namers and help them win this Team of the Week Award. After scoring 10 goals in each of their opening Division I District Tournament Games (with both games resulting in wins over Elyria Catholic and Brecksville-Broadview Heights), our hockey team deserves this recognition!

Don’t forget that the hockey team plays their next District Tournament game this Thursday, February 26 at 6 p.m. vs. rival Padua Franciscan at Brooklyn Ice Rink!

Congratulations again on being accepted to Holy Name High School! Although classes were canceled at HN today due to the cold temperatures, the Class of 2019 Students and Parents Welcome Meeting is still on as scheduled for tonight, February 23, at 6:30 p.m. in HN’s Main Gym.

We understand that weather conditions are very cold and some may not be comfortable traveling in this weather. If this is the case, someone will be at your scheduled guidance meeting to inform you of any information that you may have missed. However, we would love for you to join us this evening if possible.

Thank you all and see you tonight at Holy Name High School at 6:30 p.m. in the Main Gym.

All Hail Holy Name!

Congratulations to senior basketball player Lawrynce Johnson, who was named as a Cleveland.com Player of the Week!

Lawrynce helped lead his team to victories against Padua and Warren John F. Kennedy, combining for 28 points, 16 assists, 12 rebounds and four steals. He surpassed 1,400 career points in the win against Padua.

To read more about Lawrynce, visit the boys’ basketball website.

The Holy Name community was excited to have 1986 alumnus and current ESPN Analyst Chris Broussard visit the campus on Thursday!

Chris spoke to a group of students about his path to working at ESPN, and about his experience as a sports journalist. Chris was also able to take a tour of the school, making stops in the Auxiliary Gym (where he played basketball as a student), the Memorial Gym, the Fitness Center and the Library & Media Center.

Thank you, Chris, for taking the time to visit your alma mater and to speak with current HN students. We are proud of Chris’s accomplishments, and invite all alumni back to take a tour of our beautiful campus and experience the unwavering Green Wave spirit once again!