Our students dressed down in pink to support the Crusade for a Cure club as they prepare to participate in the Greater Waterbury Relay for Life, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
HC in the News
The Holy Cross High School administration and faculty honored students for academic excellence displayed during the 2020-2021 school year at the annual Honors Convocation. The teachers proudly acknowledged the achievements of each student to an enthusiastic virtual audience of parents and friends.
Student-athlete, Alyssa Hebb ’21 was named the recipient of the Richard L. Genua, Sr. Memorial Award. This award is given annually to the outstanding senior girls’ basketball player in the city of Waterbury.
Two of Holy Cross High School’s most active and talented vocalists were chosen to perform in two music festivals organized by the Connecticut Music Educators Association (CMEA). Grace Persaud ’22 participated in the 2021 All-State Music Festival. She and fellow student-performer, Kelsey Hogrefe ’24 performed in the annual CMEA Festival.
National Honor Society (NHS) hosted the inaugural Badminton for Babies Doubles Tournament on Friday, April 30th. Entrance fee into the tournament was a box of diapers. All items were donated to Greater Waterbury Catholic Services.
Crusader intern, Michael Dane '21 recently interviewed George Mason '80. They had great conversations about Mr. Mason's time at Holy Cross, his career and what he is up to today.
Members of the Class of 2022 received their class rings in this celebration of the junior class. It was one more step towards normalcy in the lives of our students.
While attending a journalism convention, Karenna Alexander (Karen Ali) ’84, then a crime reporter for the Danbury News-Times, met and connected with a man from Los Angeles. They enjoyed getting to know each other and started the early part of the courting process.
Holy Cross High School is proud to announce that the following students have achieved honor roll status for the third quarter of the 2020-2021 school year.
The winter athletic season culminated in two NVL Championship wins: one for Boys' Swimming & Diving and one for Girls' Varsity Basketball.