Holy Cross High School (Covington, Kentucky)
|Holy Cross High School|
3617 Church Street
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Average class size||18.7 students|
|Color(s)||Red and Black|
|Slogan||"A Size For All"|
|Newspaper||The Tribe Tribune|
Holy Cross High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Covington, Kentucky. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington. The mascot is a representation of a Native American. The current principal is Mr. Mike Holtz, and the Dean of Discipline is Mr. Scott Reed.
Holy Cross High School was established in 1891. It has two buildings: the first, the "Old Building", was built in 1891, while the other, the "New Building", was built in 1961. The school is known for its academic enhancement program which features courses focused on assisting students who have difficulty in core subjects. The school also offers a variety of programs to assist families requiring financial assistance
Holy Cross High School offers a wider range of activities for students. Among the most popular are art, football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, golf, bowling, softball, track and field, cross country, swimming, intramural basketball, tennis, academic team, school paper, drama club, choir, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), rosary club, and baseball. Among the major sports, soccer, basketball and volleyball have won the Kentucky "All-A Tournament" in recent years. The school has won two state sanctioned State Championships by the football team in 2011, and in 2015 the girls' basketball team won State and the All "A" Classic ending the year #25 in the US.
- HCHS. "Quick Facts about HCHS". Retrieved 2007-05-11.
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