The Theology Department at Holy Name High School is committed to educating our students in Roman Catholic doctrines, values and traditions. It is our goal to inspire, encourage and nurture students in the living out of our Christian faith through personal commitment to both spiritual growth and social action. We carry out this mission through our own ongoing professional and spiritual development, witness and example. Holy Name ‘s Campus Ministry helps support the values taught through Theology.
Policies / Requirements / Standards
Theology is a graded course of study and is an academic subject, promoting a Christian way of life and a Christian commitment. Students will be held accountable for what they learn, in the hope that the deepening of the understanding of their faith will serve them well in their lives. Four credits of Theology are needed for graduation.
Students will be assessed on a variety of levels:
- Written tests and quizzes
- Homework assignments
- Participation in class discussions
- Projects/Oral Presentations
- Alternate Forms of Expression
The following Activities/ Clubs are sponsored by the Theology Department:
- Campus Ministry
- St. Joseph of Arimathea Society
- Pro-Life Club
- Service Program
Mary Eileen Wallace ’85
Director of Campus Ministry | Theology Department Head
Phone: 440-886-0300 x438
Degree: BA Education Kent State University
Degree: MA Education Kent State University
Degree: High School Diocesan Theology Certification, University of Dayton
Patrick Farrell, Jr.
Phone: 440-886-0300 x436
Degree: BA Catholic Religious Education, St. Vincent College
Degree: MA Sports Mgmt., Cleveland State University