Student Life

Activities

There are so many ways to get involved at Holy Names. I belong to the Nanotech and Future City clubs. I'm a student ambassador, and I would also really like to join SADD (Students Against Destructive Decision), but it's hard to fit it all in when I really want to do everything.

Gabby, Grade 8

Beyond the Classroom

With so many clubs and activities to choose from, our girls can sometimes find it hard to decide. Here’s why:

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  • Middle School

    • Middle School Ambassadors
    • Future City
    • Inkwell (literary journal)
    • Middle School yearbook
    • Nanotech Club
    • Middle School Pep Club
    • Robotics
    • Middle School Student Council
  • High School

    • High School Ambassadors
    • Courier (student newspaper)
    • Master Minds
    • Multicultural Club
    • National Honor Society
    • High School Pep Club
    • Profile- High School yearbook
    • Spectrum (High School literary magazine)
    • Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Next Club
    • High School Student Council
  • School-Wide

    • Environmental Club
    • Ski Club
    • Junior Ladies of Charity
    • Math Club
    • Multicultural Club
    • SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

Fun and Tradition

Many students also get involved with the campus ministry office, creating school-wide liturgies and prayer services in honor of special occasions or feasts, and retreats for each grade level.

Some of the annual events that are Holy Names traditions:
  • Ice Cream Social
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas Song Contests
  • Pep Rallies
  • Hobo Day
  • Holly Ball & Jr/Sr Prom
  • Christmas Window Painting
  • Senior Day & Liturgy
  • Junior Ring Ceremony
  • Sophomore Day
  • Welcome Day
  • 8th grade Pin Ceremony 
  • Awards Convocation
  • Mother-Daughter Luncheon
  • Father-Daughter Dinner Dance
  • Baccalaureate Liturgy
    • Our students love to perform. Song contests and concerts give them plenty of opportunities to shine.

      Our students love to perform. Song contests and concerts give them plenty of opportunities to shine.

    • The Middle School Future City team at the 2016 competition. Future City is a Middle School  Engineering Club that creates model cities and engages in competitions with other schools.

      The Middle School Future City team at the 2016 competition. Future City is a Middle School Engineering Club that creates model cities and engages in competitions with other schools.

    • Holly Ball is a night of fun, formals, music, and dance, dance, dance!

      Holly Ball is a night of fun, formals, music, and dance, dance, dance!