Robert Eifert is the first Holy Cross student to receive a full scholarship through KYFAME – Gateway in Advanced Manufacturing. He will be a part of the Advanced Manufacturing Program at Gateway and will have a paid internship at Mubea. Robert’s scholarship/internship covers his books, fees and tuition! Congratulations Robert!
Juliana Warde has received a Silver SCAD Summer Seminars Scholarship. The scholarship is for the Atlanta campus of the Savannah College of Art and Design. SCAD Summer Seminars scholarships are competitive and based on portfolio (three pieces of any kind), letter of recommendation, and list of achievements. Congratulations Juliana!
The Kenady Lynne Hendershot Memorial Scholarship was established in her memory by her parents, James and Elaine. Ms. Hendershot, who studied Art and Art History at Hollins College and at the Sorbonne, was an extraordinarily talented individual. This scholarship, awarded in her honor to the best of high school graduates in Kentucky, is a fitting tribute to her life-long commitment to the arts. Each year this scholarship is awarded to one graduating senior from a Kentucky high school who is planning to major in art (studio art, graphic design, interior design, or art history) at the University of Louisville. This is a full tuition scholarship plus a $500 stipend per year and is renewable up to four years. Students must maintain a 3.0 overall grade point average and continue as a major in Fine Arts to remain eligible for the Hendershot Memorial Scholarship. Congratulations Ben!
On March 16, 2016 Katie Blackburn and Bob Bedinghaus from the Cincinnati Bengals pay a visit to Holy Cross High School and teacher and former Bengal great, Bruce Kozerski, to present the school with a check. Click for video.
Kari Hamilton, a Holy Cross senior, has been named the first place winner in the 2015-2016 National Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition by local VFW Post 6095. Kari now moves on to compete at the district level. Click for story.
Bill Goller and Clay Eifert are retiring from Holy Cross High School at the end of the school year. Both have had many roles while at HCHS: teacher, coach, principal. Clay is even a 1980 graduate of HCHS and was taught by Bill Goller.
We hate to see them go, but their retirement is very well deserved. They have served Holy Cross very well over the last several decades.
To honor and thank Bill and Clay, Holy Cross has planned a retirement celebration which we hope you and your family and friends will attend. Come “Celebrate Bill and Clay”. Click for details.
It is free to attend but tickets are required.
Seating is limited.
For tickets go to hcboosters.com
or call Mary Guidugli at 859-802-2037
Holy Cross has joined with COV200 to celebrate the history of our wonderful city. In honor of Covington turning 200, the city has produced a book and a DVD about its history during that time. If you have an avid history buff in the family or just want to see what Covington is all about, consider purchasing one or both of these items. In return Holy Cross will receive nearly 1/3 of the purchase price as a donation! Click for order form.
Have a personalized cake delivered during your student’s lunch period for $10. You can also have a personal serenade along with the cake for only $10 more. Thay’ll love it! Click to get form and return it to the office. For additional information contact Marilyn Verst at email@example.com.