Class of 2018 Accepted to Over 80 Colleges and Universities

Class of 2018 Accepted to Over 80 Colleges and Universities

Graduates in the Holy Name High School Class of 2018 were accepted to more than 80 colleges and universities throughout the United States, and reported that they earned $8, 171, 324 in merit-based scholarships. This does not include the financial need-based aid that was also received.

Those schools that students were accepted to include:

AMDA
Appalachian State University
Ashland University
Baldwin Wallace University
Belmont University
Benedictine University
Bluffton University
Bowling Green State University
Butler University
Capital University
Carthage College
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland State University
Columbia College – Chicago
Concordia College – New York
Concordia University – Michigan
Culinary Institute of America Hyde Park
Cuyahoga Community College
DePaul University
Drexel University
Duquesne University
Eastern Kentucky University
Eastern Michigan University
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Gannon University
Heidelberg University
Hiram College
Hocking College
Indiana University
Indiana University East
Ithaca College
John Carroll University
Kent State University
Kenyon College
Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University New Orleans
Malone University
Marietta College
Mercyhurst University
Miami University
Millikin University
Mount St. Joseph University
Muhlenberg College
Notre Dame College
Ohio Dominican University
Ohio University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Otterbein University
Point Park University
Purdue University
Saint Mary’s College
Santa Clara University
Savannah College of Art and Design
St. Norbert College
The College of Wooster
The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University – Newark
The Ramp School of Ministry
Thiel College
Tiffin University
Trine University
University of Akron
University of Cincinnati
University of Dayton
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Mount Union
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of South Carolina
University of South Florida
University of the Arts
University of Toledo
Ursuline College
Vassar College
Virginia Marti College of Art and Design
Walsh University
Washington & Jefferson College
West Liberty University
West Virginia University
Westminster College – Pennsylvania
Wright State University
Xavier University
Youngstown State University

Main Building Entrance Closed During Summer

On Monday, June 4, planned construction will begin on the front of Holy Name’s main building. The construction will continue through Friday, August 17.

Between June 4 and August 17, Holy Name’s Main Entrance will not be open. Additionally, the circle in front of the main building will be inaccessible to traffic at certain times.

For those who need to come to the school’s Main Office this summer, please come up Layor Drive, and park in the teacher’s lot. You can enter using the school’s side entrance.

For those needing access to the athletic facilities (Main and Auxiliary Gyms, Cicerchi Field, Weight Room, etc.), please come up Queens Highway and park in the student parking lot. You can enter using the Main Gym entrance.

Please remember there is no one-way traffic on Layor Drive or Queens Highway during the summer; both streets are open to two-way traffic at all hours until school resumes in August.

Summer Hours Announced for Main Office

Summer hours for the Holy Name Main Office are as follows:

June 4 – June 8: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

June 11 – August 3: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

August 6 – 17: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The office will be closed on Wednesday, July 4 – Friday, July 6.

HN Says Farewell & Happy Retirement to Mr. Kozlowski, Mrs. Borsz & Mr. Latona

HN Says Farewell & Happy Retirement to Mr. Kozlowski, Mrs. Borsz & Mr. Latona

This week, the Holy Name High School community said goodbye to three phenomenal teachers, as Math Teacher Mr. Mike Kozlowski, Math Teacher Mrs. Karen Borsz and Theology Teacher Mr. Lou Latona ’70 all retired.

Although they administered their last exams and entered their final grades, the important academic and life lessons they taught to thousands of Namers will remain for generations to come. These three teachers devoted countless hours to making Holy Name a welcoming, loving place, and our students, faculty and staff are better off because of it.

Thank you, Mr. Kozlowski, Mrs. Borsz and Mr. Latona. You will be missed, but remember: Once a Namer, Always a Namer!

2018 Elementary Art Invitational Winners Announced

Holy Name High School is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Holy Name High School Elementary Art Invitational!

People’s Choice Award Winner: Mary Kay S., St. Ambrose

Grades K-2:

1st Place: Roanin M., Julie Billiart

2nd Place: Mikhaila M., St. Columbkille

3rd Place: Rowan H., Urban Community

Honorable Mention: Rusanna P., St. Anthony of Padua (Parma)

Grades 3-5:

1st Place: Erin B., St. Columbkille

2nd Place: Evan B., St. Anthony of Padua (Parma)

3rd Place: Max S., St. Angela Merici

Honorable Mention: Priya J., St. Bernadette

Grades 6-8:

1st Place: Alison K., Sts. Joseph and John

2nd Place: Benjamin F., Sts. Joseph and John

3rd Place: Alaina S., St. Peter (NR)

Honorable Mention: Lucy P., St. Bernadette

We congratulate the winners, as well as all of the students who had artwork submitted. It is evident that there are so many talented young artists in Greater Cleveland, and we encourage them to continue to use their creative minds and talents to develop beautiful pieces like the entries submitted this year.

Those students who placed in the Elementary Art Show are invited to have their artwork displayed in the Holy Name Art Show, taking place Sunday, May 20 in HN’s Manning Auditorium. Our Spring Music Concert begins at 3 p.m., with the art show opening at the end of the concert (between 4 and 4:30 p.m.). All are welcome.