Turkey Day (originally Turkey Week) is a day to dress up with friends, have some fun and raise money for local organizations.
HC in the News
The Holy Cross High girls soccer team remembered to say their prayers Sunday morning. Some of those probably came in the afternoon during the final 12 minutes of the Class S championship game at Dillon Stadium.
Holy Cross High School is proud to announce that the following students have achieved honor roll status for the first quarter of the 2021-2022 school year.
Three student-athletes signed letters of intent to participate in Division I and II athletics in college. Students gathered together with family, friends and coaches to celebrate their accomplishments.
Holy Cross High School officially launched the 2021-2022 Speaker Series in the fall with New Canaan Selectman, entrepreneur and business woman, Kathleen Corbet. She is the first of several guest presenters scheduled to speak in front of the student body over the next year
The No. 2 Crusaders never looked back en route to a 5-1 victory over the No. 10 Bears in the Class S quarterfinals at Jimmy Lee Stadium at Crosby High.
Seniors at Holy Cross High School, along with family and friends gathered in the parking lot for the start of a new tradition. Members of the Class of 2022 who made a contribution of $22 or more to the Annual Fund got the opportunity to paint their spaces in the student parking lot.
The Holy Cross Student Theatre will present The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield as its fall drama on November 19th at 7:30pm and November 20th at 2:00pm
Holy Cross High School students and faculty welcomed young children and their families for the local neighborhoods for the 20th Annual Halloween Happening.
“We recently re-conceived what Homecoming was,” said Tommy Pompei, Principal. “We get to have fun, but we also want to give back as an expression of our gratitude.”