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Holy Names nurtures body, mind and spirit

Same-sex education lets young women reach great academic heights

Holy Names’ academic reputation is very good, with 100 percent of its high school graduating classes accepted into colleges. The school is especially strong in math and science.

Holy Names’ academic reputation is very good, with 100 percent of its high school graduating classes accepted into colleges. The school is especially strong in math and science.

— Community service is an important part of the school’s mission and students are required to do community service before reaching graduation.

“Service here is also a component of the education,” said Gelting. “It is about analyzing and addressing the problems they see and becoming educated about them. Those who can analyze problems and think about them can also be leaders for creating change.”

Parents and prospective students can learn more about what Holy Names has to offer when it holds an open house for its pre-K and lower school (through fifth grade) programs will be held Thursday, Jan. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon.

An open house for grades 6-12 will be held Wednesday, March 6, at 7 p.m.

“We want girls and their families to take a tour of the school and meet the teachers and the students,” said Gelting. “They can talk to the students and ask questions, and they can talk to the teachers.”

For information, call Holy Names at 438-7895 or visit the school’s website at www.ahns.org.

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