The mission of Holy Name High School is to lead young adults to Christ by educating them in mind, body, and spirit.
Your $1000 gift supports the latest technological advancements, including the Robotics, Engineering, Electronics, and Fabrication MakerSpace
Your $500 gift supports Regional Science and Humanities Symposiums held on college campuses, Just Write competitions, and Holy Name Choir members' performing at Severance Hall with 100 other Ohio students
THE BETTER FUTURE
WE MAKE TOGETHER
Your $150 gift supports engaged learning through a variety of club activities fostering a positive school climate
Your $250 gift helps our students encounter God in their lives through retreats
As we approach the season of gratitude and Thanksgiving, we invite you to join us in extending the spirit of blessings to the young hearts of our beloved Holy Name.
Our beloved school is nothing without the nearly 19,000 who we are proud to call Holy Name graduates. Your generous gift is an opportunity to sow seeds of love, affirmation, and belonging in the lives of these promising young men and women. Just as you were once gifted an education at your alma mater, envision the impact your support can have on these students as they find their place in the world. We are grateful, thankful, and blessed for our Holy Name community and it is in this spirit of gratitude that we invite you to please join us during these 24 hours of giving and gratitude.
Your gift to the Holy Name Fund doesn't just fund education; it nurtures a sense of community, providing a foundation where dreams are cultivated and futures take root. Your gift to the Holy Name Fund is an investment in the next generation of Namers.
Your mission-sustaining gift allows us to continue to strive for excellence through our commitment of developing the mind, body, and spirit -- grounded in faith and spiritual formation, rigorous academic course of studies, flourishing athletic programs, and a dynamic visual and performing arts curriculum.
NAMERS IN THE NEWS -- YOUR INVESTMENT TRANSFORMS LIVES
LAYLA KAZMIERCZAK '24 (left)
Layla recently participated in the University Hospitals Future Nurse Academy. Out of 400 applicants, Layla was one of just 26 students accepted into the two-week program. Layla -- who took Mrs. Denise McCafferty's honors anatomy and physiology class as a junior and loved it -- wants to work either in pediatrics or the NICU.
AMIR CATNEY '24 (right)