Holy Name Central Catholic High School

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Holy Name Central Catholic Junior Senior High School

Holy Name Central Catholic High School
Loved at Home. Loved at School. Loved by God.

Address

144 Granite Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01604
United States

Coordinates
42°14′32″N 71°47′3″W / 42.24222°N 71.78417°W / 42.24222; -71.78417Coordinates: 42°14′32″N 71°47′3″W / 42.24222°N 71.78417°W / 42.24222; -71.78417

Information

Type
Private, Coeducational

Religious affiliation(s)
Roman Catholic All religions accepted.

Denomination
Roman Catholic

Established
September 14, 1942

Founder
Sisters of Saint Anne

School district
Worcester

President
Mary E. Riordan

Principal
Bernard Audette, Ann Kennedy

Head Master
Edward M. Reynolds

Grades
7–12

Average class size
23

Campus
Urban

Color(s)
Columbia Blue and White         

Mascot
The Napoleon

Nickname
Naps

Team name
Holy Name Napoleons

Accreditation
New England Association of Schools and Colleges[1]

Tuition
$8,195

Director of Guidance
Susan Ivas

Alumni Director
Susan Hughes

Director of Music
Joseph Burke

Director of Theatre
Heather Bonczek

Director of Athletics
James Manzello

Information Technology Coordinator
Brett Penza

Website

Home

Holy Name Central Catholic Junior Senior High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Worcester, Massachusetts. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester.[2]

Contents

1 History
2 Academics
3 Arts
4 Extra curricular activities
5 Green initiative
6 Notable alumni
7 References
8 External links

History[edit]
Holy Name High School opened on September 14, 1942. The new high school offered a bilingual program in French and English. By 1946, the student enrollment had grown to 122 students, and in 1957, Holy Name’s status was changed to a Central Catholic High School. On September 24, 1967, the old high school moved from Illinois Street to the present site on Granite Street when Bishop Bernard Flanagan dedicated the new building. In September 1997, Holy Name Central Catholic High School added Grades 7 and 8.
Academics[edit]
The curriculum includes Social Studies, Literature, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Foreign Languages, Technology, Theology, Art, Music, and Physical Education. As a Catholic school, Holy Name promotes the principles of Jesus Christ in the students’ personal and social life. The school has a full advanced placement program a

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