Student Life


There are so many ways to get involved at Holy Names. I belong to the Masterminds and Jr. Ladies of Charity. 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 9

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

    • Coding Club
    • Inkwell Literary Journal
    • Mental Health Awareness Club
    • Pep Club
    • Puzzle Mania Club
    • Student Council
    • Yearbook
  • High School

    • American Red Cross
    • Black Student Alliance
    • Academy Courier (school newspaper)
    • Master Minds Club
    • Mock Trial
    • National Honor Society
    • Peer Leadership
    • Pep Club
    • Spectrum Literary Journal
    • Student Council
  • School-Wide

    • Ambassadors Club
    • Anime Club
    • Chess Club
    • Coding Club
    • Communications Club
    • Drama Club
    • Environmental Club
    • Garden Club
    • Jr. Ladies of Charity
    • Math Club
    • Multicultural Club
    • Peer Leadership Club
    • SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
    • Ski Club
    • Throne of Games Club
    • Youth Ministry

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 and clubs that are Holy Names traditions:
  • Ice Cream Social
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas Song Contests
  • Pep Rallies
  • Halloween Parade
  • 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