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Holy Cross wins its first swimming and diving conference championship in school history! Click for details.
Senior Joey Wilder has committed to attend and play football at the University of Pikeville. Joey has been a tremendous student and athlete for Holy Cross and a wonderful role model for the grade school students from his feeder school, St. Augustine Elementary.
The UPIKE BEARS compete in the Mid South Conference in which they went 3-2 last season. Their conference includes powerhouse Georgetown College and is located in Eastern Kentucky. Congratulations Joey!
On Saturday Jan 16 at the Eagle Classic Meet at Scott High School, the Holy Cross boys dive team tied for 1st place with CovCath. Gus Staubitz came in 3rd and Owen Finke came in 5th. Congratulations!
Hamilton Scott has overcome adversity to become a leader at Holy Cross. Click for Enquirer story.
Actually Megan is the first and only Holy Cross swimmer to ever earn 1000 points! Click for details.
Holy Cross hosted the 3rd Annual Holy Cross Invitational at Scott High School on Friday, Dec 11th. The girls team defended their title by claiming the top spot for the third year in a row! The boys team had their highest finish ever at 4th. The combined team claimed 3rd overall. Congratulations to all of the swimmers and divers. Top competitors were Megan Nielander winning 100 fly, Chloe Kresnak 2nd in 100 fly, Gus Staubitz 2nd in 1M diving, Owen Finke 3rd in 1M diving, and Emma Lehmkuhl 2nd in 1M diving. The team next competes in Louisville on December 18th and 19th.
Emma Daniels was was awarded a FULL tuition, FULL room and board scholarship to attend the University of Notre Dame! Click for story.
HC students led the way as conference officers and also received awards for outstanding delegate, outstanding lobbyist, outstanding media corp. member, and a delegation of excellence award. Click for story and pictures.


The annual Denim and Diamonds event is coming February 6. Click for details.
The Freshman Regional Basketball Tournament begins February 6. Holy Cross will play Ludlow at 10:00AM. All games will be held at CovCath. Click for complete bracket.
The “Armchair” Races and Potluck will be Feb 12 in the gym. Sponsor a horse. Sponsor a race. Come for the fun! Click for details.
Beginning Feb 12, the Athletic Boosters sponsor weekly fish fries every Friday (except Good Friday) during Lent from 5:00 – 8:00 pm. in the cafeteria. Click for details.


Click for new bonus items and order form.
Order by March 3. Click for details.
The 2016 Yearbook Staff is now accepting your child’s baby/toddler pictures for the Senior Baby Yearbook Page. Along with the picture, you and/or other family members may submit an uplifting or reminiscent statement for your senior child as a farewell message. Statements have a 50 word maximum, and all submissions MUST BE DIGITAL. There is a $20.00 submission fee; checks should be made out to Holy Cross High School. All pictures and messages must be sent in by February 29, 2016. Please send submissions to: Thank you for your participation. We are looking forward to the completion of the 2015-2016 Yearbook.
Earn 5% for Holy Cross on qualified purchases from Office Depot/Office Max. Click for details.
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.
Senior athletes are requested to complete a questionnaire about their sports experience at Holy Cross. Return the questionnaire to Mrs. Julian. Click for 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