Physics Students Build Their Own Roller Coasters!

Physics Students Build Their Own Roller Coasters!

This quarter, our Honors Physics students have been hard at work learning about energy, gravity and centripetal force. To put what they learned into practice, their teacher, Mr. Duncan, had groups build their very own roller coasters! Mr. Duncan gave groups a month to complete the project. Each roller coaster constructed had to have a loop and a turn. They also had to be considered safe and slow.

Last week, Mr. Duncan had the groups give business pitches for their roller coasters, and also had them demonstrate to classmates and other teachers how they would work, based on their formulas and construction.

Welcome to the Class of 2021!

Welcome to the Class of 2021!

Splash Literary Magazine Submissions Due Friday, February 24

2017-2018 HNHS Scholarship Applications Now Available

Beginning tomorrow, Thursday, February 9 and continuing through Friday, February 10, the 2017-2018 Holy Name High School Scholarship Applications will be available for student pick-up in front of the cafeteria during lunch periods.

All scholarship descriptions and applications are also available online at www.holynamehs.com/holy-name-high-school-tuition/.

Completed HNHS Scholarship Applications are due back to Holy Name on Friday, March 24, 2017. They can be dropped off in the designated box located in the Main Office.

If you have any questions about the scholarship applications, or the scholarship process, please contact Communications Associate Kate McCall at kmccall@holynamehs.com or (440) 886-0300 ext. 148.

Mary Dzurik ’18 Awarded Knights of Columbus Scholarship

Congratulations to junior Mary Dzurik, who was awarded a $1,000 tuition scholarship from the Ohio Knights of Columbus Scholarship Program!

Mary was one of just 10 students from high schools in the Diocese of Cleveland to be selected for a scholarship, and one of only 40 students in the entire state of Ohio to be chosen as a recipient. She was presented the scholarship on Wednesday by Mr. Robert F. Collins, Jr., the state deputy for the Ohio Knights of Columbus.