The Swim and Dive Team had a very successful Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference Meet. The boys, girls, and combined teams were all Division II Runner-ups. Senior Megan Nielander was named Outstanding Competitor of the meet for the second year in a row and senior Gus Staubitz was named the male Outstanding Competitor of the meet. The team had 13 individual and relay conference champions with Megan Nielander, Mady Broering, and Matthew Allen each winning two events.
Click to see complete meet results. Note Holy Cross is listed as HCCO in Division II.
The 2017 Holy Cross Governor’s Cup team performed excellently in the recent district event.
Christian Bales finished 1st in composition.
Katie Holtz finished 1st on the science test.
Wesley Schmidt finished 5th on the Arts & Humanities test.
Elijah Batson finished 4th on the Arts & Humanities test (3rd year in a row).
Molly Bilz finished 4th on the Language Arts test.
Adam Heist finished 3rd on the Social Studies test.
As a team, Holy Cross finished 2nd in Quick Recall and was Runner-up overall. Congratulations!
The following students will be receiving a scholarship to Holy Cross High School for their outstanding performance on the high school placement test. Congratulations to:
Christyan Townsend – St. Joseph Grade School, Walton
Grace Martin – St. Pius Grade School
Audrey Davis – St. Cecilia Grade School
Christian Wartenberg – Holy Cross Grade School
St. Elizabeth Healthcare and the Reds Community Fund donated $15,000 worth of baseball and softball equipment to 10 teams from five Northern Kentucky high schools on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at Town & Country Athletic Center in Wilder.
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Congratulations to Gus Staubitz for finishing first at the Lexington Diving Invitational on Saturday while breaking the team record for 11 dives. Owen Finke finished 4th and the boys finished 1st as a team. Emma Lehmkuhl finished 10th and the team finished 3rd combined. The dive team competes this Friday at Scott High School in the Eagle Classic. Competition begins at 5 PM.
On Saturday, February 14 at Bellvue, the Holy Cross girls defeated Beechwood to become the All “A” 9th Region Champions. Aleah Tucker was named tournament MVP. Trinity McClendon and Olivia Crigler were named to the all region team. Congratulations!
On September 15, Brittany Black and Janye Dipzinzki took 53 of the Honors A&P students to the AHEC Career Fair at Thomas More College. There were 28 medical careers displayed at the Fair and students had 1 hour to walk around to the different booths and discover what is available to them in the medical field.
It was a wonderful opportunity. Click for pictures.
Blake Tiberi, class of 2013, was selected in the 3rd round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the New York Mets. Blake is currently playing for the University of Louisville. Congratulations Blake! Click for story.
Congratulations to the girls basketball team for winning the 35th District Tournament! The girls regional tournament will be hosted at BB&T Arena on the campus of Northern Kentucky University and begins Feb 27. Holy Cross plays Lloyd at 8:00pm.
Click for complete girls bracket.
Mulch Madness kicked off on February 10th. Get ready for spring and order your mulch now. All orders must be received by March 10th. New this year we are also selling pine straw. Deliveries begin in late April. Click for details and order forms.
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Several Holy Cross parents have been participating in this and thought other parents may be interested. It’s a non-profit organization through the Reds that provides scholarship money if you work the Reds games. If anyone has any questions, you may contact Ann Knochelmann at email@example.com. Click for details.
REMINDER: Please FILL out the FAFSA, if your child plans to attend college in 2017!
Before filling out the FAFSA, you will need to register for FSA ID (this is how a parent and student “sign” the FAFSA electronically.
The FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid, can be submitted as early as October 1, 2016 using your 2015 tax return. Click to check out an informative flyer about the process. Also check out the announcement below for information Seniors and their parents should be aware of throughout their last year in high school.
GSE is a state-wide summer program where free-thinking students develop their ideas for products and services. No minimum GPA. No test Scores. Students are selected for creativity, skills and motivation. GSE is a place for creative, free thinking individuals. Click for details.
Check out all of the helpful information about the college process provided by Ms. Dipzinski. Senior Checklist, College Visit checklist, ACT/SAT info, and much MORE! Under the Parents tab in the main menu, select Senior Year College Guide, or click this announcement for details.
Fans, Friends, Alumni, Parents and Community! Holy Cross High School would like you to join the TRIBE. This is an interactive app that can be downloaded to your phone, android or I-pad. It is free and will allow you to earn points for awards and incentives.
Please visit your itunes store type in Holy Cross Tribe or for android users go to the google play store and search Holy Cross HS “the tribe”
Please be very detailed in your personal description: mark the groups you belong to EX: student Council, sports team, alumni, staff.
We hope to have a lot of fun with this.
Health Career Exploring is a program for high school students who want to learn more about specific health careers and observe the workplace of various healthcare professionals. Register now! Click for details.
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. They’ll love it! Click to get form and return it to the office.