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INCOMING FRESHMAN STUDENTS
If you are an incoming freshman student interested in attending Holy Cross High School, you must take the High School Placement Test and a $20.00 fee must be paid at time of test registration. Test and Registration information will be mailed out in mid-November.
In order for a student to be eligible for merit scholarships, they must take the exam at HCHS in December.
Parents of students requiring accomodations on the Placement test must contact Kathy Krumpelman.
If you are unable to take the test on the Diocesan-wide testing date in December, please contact the HCHS office at 859-431-1335 to schedule a makeup date.
8th Grade Visitation to HCHS
Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Sent to Feeder Schools in mid-November
Saturday, December 10, 2022/ Arrive @ 8:30am
Due in HCHS Office January 13, 2022
2nd Open House
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Incoming Freshman Scheduling
February 4, 2023
Math Placement Test
TBD *by invitation only-based on test scores*
Academic Awards Night
May 11, 2023
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can a student transfer to Holy Cross?
Yes. Students wanting to transfer from another school should contact the office at
859-431-1335 and the staff will be happy to help with the transferring
Are there scholarship opportunities at Holy Cross High School?
Yes. See details on the Scholarship Opportunities page.
Does Holy Cross offer tuition assistance?
Yes. You are required to complete a financial aid application through FACTS.
Please see the details on the Tuition Assistance page.
How do I set up a shadowing day?
Just call the office and they can help you identify a date that is good for you
and your student.
What do I need to know about shadowing day?
The students are dropped off before 7:45 am and picked up at 2:45 pm in the office.
They are provided lunch and can dress comfortably.
What is the average class size?
What percentage of students come from schools outside of the Holy Cross district?
How many college credits and advanced placement courses are offered?
Each student meets individually with an advisor to discuss their course preferences for next year.
A letter of explanation will be sent home with a completed course request form that will be used to help design the student’s future schedule.
Students will have ample time to make changes to their elective courses or to meet with teachers with their concerns.
Completed scheduling course request forms will be sent out in late May or early June this year.
Parents must sign the scheduling form and return it to the office with a $200 registration fee as soon as possible, but no later than June 30th in order to hold course requests for the coming school year.
Note that course requests cannot be assigned to a faculty member or a class period until the master schedule for the new year has been created.
The master schedule will be produced in June after all faculty member assignments have been finalized. Any course conflicts based upon period assignments will not be rectified until that time.
Schedules will be finalized and sent to students at the beginning of August.
Senior students who qualify may have the opportunity to register for Spring classes at Gateway Community and Technical College, Northern Kentucky University, or Thomas More University. Courses are limited to those that are not offered at Holy Cross High School. If you have questions, would like more information, or would like contact information for any of the above institutions, please contact the school at 859-431-1335.