"A good school provides a rounded education for the whole person. And a good Catholic school, over and above this, should help all its students to become saints."
Students at Holy Cross Academy come from varied backgrounds including home schools, parochial schools, and public schools. HCA admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin. Non-Catholic students are welcome. However, it should be understood that the curriculum incorporates Catholic teaching. Attending religion classes and religious activities, including Mass and Rosary, are required for all students.
The Academy is committed to small class sizes to ensure individualized instruction in order to maximize each student's potential.
Neat and modest attire is required: shirt, tie, dress pants and shoes for boys; dress or skirt and blouse and shoes for girls. The dress code adds to the atmosphere of respect for self and others.
Students express individual interests by forming clubs and organizations. Student government gives them the opportunity to organize activities and develop leadership and teamwork skills.
A visitor would see that HCA looks very much like a family and that there is a sincere concern for each student's total formation.
Friendships develop here that will last a lifetime.