Joyfully, faithfully Catholic
Rooted in the classical tradition
Rigorous, yet flexible & fun
Supportive of family life
Dedicated to fostering community
Each family finds within itself a summons that cannot be ignored and that specifies both its dignity and its responsibility:
- St. John Paul II
Family, become what you are... a luminous sign of God's love.
Holy Family Academy!
Our hybrid model, referred to as "the wave of the future," allows our elementary students to benefit from the best aspects of traditional and home education, as parents and teachers work together as co-educators. Classes meet two school days per week, with assignments and suggestions for enrichment sent home for the remaining three days. Discovery as a family is encouraged, but no curriculum planning is required!
We are joyfully, faithfully, and unapologetically Catholic. "Religion" is not just another subject, but is the foundation of each area of study, and is thoroughly integrated across the curriculum. Prayer anchors our days and the liturgical calendar guides our year, including class parties! The Holy Family community attends Mass together weekly.
The time-tested classical method of education fosters children's natural wonder, love, and desire for that which is good, true, and beautiful. Through immersion in literature, music, art, history, poetry, Latin, mathematics, and the natural sciences, we provide not only an atmosphere of academic excellence, but also the formation children need to grow in both wisdom and virtue.
You can homeschool... We are here to help
Our mission at Holy Family Academy is to empower parents to be the primary educators of their children and to support families in raising children who love and follow Christ. We strive to maximize the enjoyment and efficacy of homeschooling, while giving our students meaningful classroom experience, solid spiritual formation, and the chance to have fun while building lasting friendships. Our faith inspires every aspect of Holy Family Academy, from our classical curriculum to our weekly Masses and monthly liturgical celebrations.