Mission Statement and Philosophy

“Holy Family Regional Catholic School, in pursuit of academic excellence within the context of a living faith community, provides a rigorous and comprehensive academic program, which will help our students to develop the skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century, while empowering them to act justly and enabling them to make a positive impact on the global community.”

Holy Family Hour of Code

Holy Family Students will once again be participating in the global Hour of Code the week of December 5. “The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify “code”, to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. It has since become a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science, starting with 1-hour coding activities but expanding to all sorts of community efforts.”

Holy Family Turkey Drive

Our annual turkey and Thanksgiving dinner drive was an overwhelming success. We collected . . .

109 Turkeys
34 Boxes of Mashed Potatoes
45 Cans of Yams
46 Boxes of Cornbread
27 Boxes of Brownie Mix
28 Boxes of Pudding Mix
65 Cans of Green Beans
46 Cans of Cranberry Sauce
53 Jars of Apple Sauce
47 Boxes of Stuffing
95 Cans of Gravy
68 Cans of Corn

Pre-K Thanksgiving Feast

Holy Family’s Pre-K celebrated Thanksgiving as Pilgrims and Indians with a feast of turkey, carrots, popcorn, grapes and apple cider.

Holy Family’s Emerging STEM Initiative

Holy Family’s STEM initiative is full steam ahead after receiving our new set of EV3 Lego Robots. The STEM initiative introduces the concepts of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through real world problem solving. Read more about HF’s STEM Initiative.

Box Top Collection

Can our goal of 750 box tops be reached? We hope we can ‘count’ on you! Gather any box tops you find. Be sure to cut them out neatly, and bring them into school before the trimester ends on December 2nd. Each trimester, we will set a new goal and try to beat our previous total. Let’s start clipping!

Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive is a Success!

Goal: 225 Jars

Collected: 273 Jar

Student Council is Making the World a “Butter” Place. The Student Council’s P B & J drive was a huge success thanks to the Council’s hard work combined with the overwhelming generosity of our students, parents, teachers and staff.

Mass and Awards Ceremony

At our October Mass we recognized one child from each grade with a “Good Citizens” award. After mass we held our annual Student Council Installation. Congratulations to our Good Citizens and our 2016-17 Student Council members!

Franklin Institute Traveling Science Show

Our students discovered the wonders of weather during the Franklin Institute’s Traveling “Weather Show” assembly. John, our Franklin Institute presenter, demonstrated the science of our earth’s water cycle, thermodynamics, air masses and weather fronts using floating balloons and indoor clouds.

Robotics Club

Holy Family student’s robotics club offers hands on experience with Wonder Workshop’s Dash and Dot robots. “Dash and Dot guide kids through the world of coding and robotics, turning ideas into adventures.” Thank you Mrs. Stires for sharing your time and talents as we begin our school wide STEM initiative.

Living Rosary

Holy Family students and faculty created our annual living rosary with students representing each bead of the rosary and individual students leading the school in each prayer of the rosary.

Fire Prevention

Thank you Aston Township Fire Department for presenting your annual fire prevention program at Holy Family School. The fire fighters taught our students important fire safety lessons while allowing the students to check out the fire trucks and meeting the station’s fire dogs.

Opening Day

Great start to a great year! Welcome back!

Padua Academy Accepted!

Congratulations to our 2016 8th Grade girls. All 12 students who applied to attend Padua Academy in Wilmington, Delaware received acceptance letters. Way to go girls!

Design Tablets at Holy Family

Grades 5th – 8th began their adventures in graphic design with our Wacom Intous Draw Blue tablets. Students learn how to use a pen tablet to draw, sketch, paint, and edit with natural feel and movement. Students can “sketch and paint to your heart’s content. It’s like having an entire store of art supplies at your fingertips.”

Google Chromebooks are here! chromebook

Thanks to our Home and School and our family’s continuous support of school fundraisers, Holy Family was able to purchase Chromebooks for each 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade student for use in all subject areas. With Google Chromebooks our students experience an enhanced level of innovative and collaborative learning.

Lab Learners

Holy Family’s new Lab Learners science lab is now open for business. LabLearner™ is a 100% research-based, hands-on system of PreK-8 science education that includes a fully equipped in-school laboratory, complete curriculum including all assessments, on-line parent and teacher resources, and teacher professional development.

Holy Family World Languages in Action

Check out our 4th Graders reciting the months of the year in Spanish. 

Middle States Accreditation 

MSA Mission Statement
The Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools, building on the rich history of the Middle States Association, aspire to improve the quality of education in the United States and around the world by assisting schools to achieve excellence through accreditation and by affirming to the public a member school’s trustworthiness and commitment to continuous improvement.

Holy Family Middle States Visiting Team Report 2015

Asbestos Inspection and Management Plan

Our school has developed and maintains an Asbestos Inspection and Management Plan as required by the Asbestos Emergency Response Act of 1986 (AHERA).  A copy of the plan is available for your inspection at the business office during regular office hours.  Keating Environmental Management, Inc. is the school’s asbestos program manager.  All inquiries regarding the plan should be directed to them at 610-594-2600, ext. 203.