Holy Name High School | September 29, 2014
Congratulations to Senior Elizabeth DePauw for being named a COMMENDED STUDENT in this year’s National Merit Scholarship Program. Last October, Liz, along with 1.5 million students nationally, took the Preliminary SAT exam and was entered into a nationwide competition for recognition and awards conducted by National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Liz scored among the highest 34,000 students in the nation. We congratulate Liz on a job well done!!
By Mark Holan, Special to the Sun News on September 26, 2014 at 12:26 PM
PARMA, Ohio – Art imitates life, and in the case of Dan Humphrey, art education is his life.
Humphrey photo.jpgDan Humphrey Holy Name High School/Special To Sun News
Humphrey, an art educator at Holy Name High School, received the 2014 New Professional Art Educator of the Year Award from the National Art Education Association at its annual meeting in San Diego in March.
A 2009 Holy Name graduate and Parma resident, Humphrey was recognized for excellence and achievement by new art educators and his peers.
Holy Name Principal Shelbrey Blanc praised Humphrey for his dedication as an educator at his alma mater. Humphrey, in return, credits Blanc for her inspiration.
“It was actually at Holy Name that I first thought about entering the teaching field,” Humphrey said. < READ ARTICLE >
Holy Name High School’s State Championship teams will be inducted into HN’s Athletic Hall of Fame on October 24, 2014.
Friday, October 24, 2014, Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
6:00 p.m. Reception
6:45 p.m. Dinner
7:30 p.m. Induction Ceremony
$25 per guest / no charge for inductees
Holy Name High School • New Gymnasium
6000 Queens Hwy. • Parma Heights, OH 44130
Click here to register
2006 Girls Soccer
By Northeast Ohio Media Group staff on September 18, 2014 7:28 p.m.
Name: Christian Klink.
School: Holy Name.
Height, weight: 6-2, 208.
What Christian did last week: Went 15-of-21 passing (71.4 percent) for 324 yards and five touchdowns in a 47-19 victory against Valley Forge. Average pass was 15.4 yards, longest reception went 58 yards.
By Tim Bielik, Northeast Ohio Media Group on September 18, 2014 10 a.m.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Holy Name girls soccer coach Emily Balodis still remembers what it’s like to play for the Green Wave.
The first-year coach graduated from Holy Name in 2010 after a strong high school career, which included a state championship in 2006. After four years at Notre Dame College, Balodis returned to her alma mater to lead a new crop of Holy Name girls soccer players eager for similar success.
“I know what I wanted from a coach being a female athlete,” Balodis said following a 4-1 loss to Walsh Jesuit at Notre Dame College on Sept. 10. “So I feel like that helps me understand what they want from a coach. It makes things a bit easier.”
By Maura Zurick, Northeast Ohio Media Group
on September 13, 2014 at 7:00 AM, updated September 13, 2014 at 7:11 AM
PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio – The Holy Name High School cheerleaders brought enthusiasm and excitement to Friday’s game against the Valley Forge Patriots.
Holy Name is a co-educational, Catholic high school located in Parma Heights.
The Green Wave faced the Patriots at Serpentini Chevrolet Stadium, which is used by Holy Name and North Royalton.
By Robert Rozboril, Northeast Ohio Media group
on September 12, 2014 10:30 p.m.
Trace is the man….
NORTH ROYALTON, Ohio — Holy Name football put up 21 unanswered points in the second half to beat Valley Forge, 47-19, on Friday.
Green Wave quarterback Christian Klink threw five touchdown passes, three to Dean Supelak.
Shakif Seymour scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for Holy Name as well.
For Valley Forge, running back Richard Worship had touchdown runs of 84 and 21 yards.
Holy Name at Benedictine on Sept. 20 at 7 p.m.
Valley Forge hosts Elyria on Sept. 18 at 7 p.m.
Jo Ellen Corrigan, The Plain Dealer
Read this article and see complete slide show on Cleveland.com
PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio — Remember Holy Name High School’s sweet win over Badin High School in girls’ soccer in 2006? Or the school’s band marching in the St. Patrick’s Day parade in 1994?
This Catholic school was originally established in Cleveland in 1914 and moved to its current location, 6000 Queens Highway in Parma Heights after a merger with Nazareth Academy in the late 1970s.
Holy Name’s team acquired the nickname of “the Green Wave” after a newspaper account described how the players moved on the football field. The school community has historically been a strong supporter of sports.