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Holy Name strives to give each child the opportunity to excel. To that end, we provide the students may opportunities to learn outside of the classroom.
Mission Statement: To provide the ministry of Faith through choral music.
The Holy Name School Mass choir is a group of fifth through eighth grade students. They perform weekly at Mass, and lead the congregation in liturgical singing. To participate in choir, students must attend rehearsals, held on Tuesdays from 2:45 – 3:15 p.m. be present at rehearsals. If you are unable to attend, you must have a written note from a parent or homeroom teacher.
The Holy Name Show Choir, Rhythm & Hues, is an auditioned group of select vocalists from grades sixth through eighth. Students rehearse weekly on THursdays from 2:45 – 3:15. The show choir performs at community events throughout the year.
Holy Name School has two very active choirs meeting weekly to practice for performances. The mass choir leads the singing at Wednesday weekly masses. The show choir entertains at parish fund raisers and at venues around the city throughout the year.
Holy Name School is proud to partner with Music in Catholic Schools to provide band opportunities for students.
Band classes are held during the school day in our building.
For more information click on the Music in Catholic Schools web site or call the school office 402-451-5403.
Opportunities for participation in volleyball, soccer and basketball are afforded the students each year. These programs are sponsored by the Holy Name Men’s Club. Contact the office for more information.
If you are interested in either boy scouts or girl scouts, please contact the school office for information.
Students participate in a Book Bowl Competition every year after reading 11 books. They answer questions based on the characters, plots and settings in a game format.