A colorful parade of paintings, sketches, sculpture and more breathed life into the Alix Family Gallery in the annual Arts on Oronoke show. This exhibition showcased the creative works of our students, faculty and alumni.
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Seven Angels Theatre has announced the nominations for the high school Halo Awards which rewards over 80 Connecticut high schools for excellence in acting, singing, directing, dancing, design and more.
It was a long time coming! On May 11, 2022, Holy Cross High School celebrated the accomplishments and legacies of its immediate and extended family members at the Crusader Hall of Honor. More than 500 guests gathered at Aria in Prospect to celebrate honorees from the past two years.
Holy Cross High School is proud to announce that the following students have achieved honor roll status for the third quarter of the 2021-2022 school year.
One of Holy Cross High School’s community service groups, Helping Hands, hosted a toy drive at the end of March. Students, teachers and staff who brought in a toy were allowed to dress down in pajamas. All collected items will be sent to CT Children’s Medical Center and Yale New Haven Hospital.
Holy Cross High School was happy to host the first Chris Corbett 5K since the rise of the pandemic. Runners and walkers from local parochial schools braved the elements to support the race and the memory of a wonderful man.
Two of our students recently attended the Connecticut Association of School’s (CAS) High School Arts Banquet Awards.
New National Honor Society (NHS) members are on the horizon. Members of the Class of 2023 were recently tapped in by current NHS members from the Class of 2022.
Each year in March, the Crusader community remembers when, how and why Holy Cross High School was founded.
In the Mohegan Sun Arena locker room ahead of the Class M girls basketball state championship game Sunday morning, Holy Cross senior Loren Tuck read aloud a quote from hoops legend Michael Jordan.