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Holy Name School

Over 90 Years in Catholic Education!
est. 1928

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General Information

  • Co-Educational School for students Preschool through grade 8 
  • Parish-Based Catholic School 
  • Founded in 1928 and located in a residential neighborhood in suburban Birmingham
  • Accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools (MANS)
  • National Blue Ribbon School  2008
  • Facilities include: Media Center, Gymnasium, Cafeteria, Music Room, Art Room, Technology Lab, and Science Lab
  • After-school Enrichment Programs
  • Participation in Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Athletics
  • Transportation by public school buses for residents of the Birmingham School District 



HOLY NAME HIGHLIGHT


Connection and Education
Reaching Beyond Our Building

HN Distance Learning

Although our school building was closed at the end of the 2019-2020 school year, our Holy Name staff and students continued educating and learning at home. View the above video for details.

We invite you to read comments from Holy Name parents about our Holy Name staff's handling of distance learning by visiting our Points of Praise page under the Distance Learning tab.

Together, we used new means to live out our school's mission. We are proud of the effort that has been put forth by our staff, students, and families to make this transition as smooth as possible, to remain united in heart and mind, and to continue our quality education with academic excellence and Faith formation.

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Return to School Plan

Holy Name's Return to School Plan-HN.pdf

With the governor’s announcement and our progress into Phase 4, we are ready to share our plans to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of all in our reopened Catholic school communities. The Archdiocese of Detroit COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan establishes the requirements that schools will implement to meet the Governor’s MI Safe Schools 2020-21 Return to School Roadmap. Our plan describes the policies and procedures that Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Detroit will follow when our region is designated as being in Phase 4Phase 5 and/or Phase 6 of the MI Safe Start Plan.

Please use the link for the updated Archdiocese of Detroit plan: AOD Schools Phase 4 & 5 plan.pdf

It must be acknowledged that the pandemic is not over and that its course remains largely unpredictable. It is possible that state officials could at one point determine that a region or regions have shifted back into Phase 3 or below, necessitating further school closures locally, regionally, or statewide. While we pray fervently that this does not occur, we must prudently prepare for this contingency. The Recommendations for Distance Learning guidance was created with reference to best practices, extensive research, and parent feedback provided in our End-of-Year Parent Survey. The Archdiocese will ask schools to reference these recommendations for distance learning if state officials re-classify our region into Phase 3 or below at any point before or during the upcoming academic school year, or if localized conditions prompt individual school closures.

Upcoming Calendar Dates:
October 16
*  No School-
   Staff Professional Development Day

October 22
*  Picture re-take day

October 23
*  End of 1st Quarter
   Report Cards available on Oct. 30

November 3
* Virtual Learning Day


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