Home in the mind of a Holy Cross student is not one filled with the image of a bedroom, kitchen or TV. It is not the image of their cat waiting for them or video game consoles. To a Holy Cross Student, home is Holy Cross. Home at Holy Cross is the caring teach- ers who stay after school to help you understand a topic or finish a test, classmates who make each other laugh and encourage each other to try their best and staff who pass students in the hallway with a smile and a hello. Home is not just a place for these students, but the people, love and support that Holy Cross provides all its students. Home is filled with fami- ly. At Holy Cross, everyone becomes your loving fam- ily each morning at 7:50 a.m. Every student wants their peers to perform to the best of their ability. Every teacher wants all of their students to learn and grow into mature, deep think- ers. Every faculty member wants all of Holy Cross to prosper into the future. Families joke, laugh, tri- umph, cry and cheer togeth- er. Holy Cross will always be the rock that its students can lean back on. Home is where you can truly be yourself. One of Holy Cross' mottos "find your unique" can genuine- ly be seen within its walls. Here, students have the freedom to be themselves as they would within the comforts of their home. Holy Cross is the home in which students develop into who they wish to be and who they truly are. Uniqueness in both personality and ide- as are not criticized at Holy Cross. Instead, they are en- couraged to add to the diver- sity of the campus. Home is filled with mem- ories. Students make memo- ries at Holy Cross cherished in their hearts from orienta- tion freshman year to grad- uation senior year. Students here not only have cherished memories of large events such as prom, ring ceremony or field day, but also every- day memories. Memories of getting an A on a test you studied hard for, sitting at lunch with your best friends and hearing your classmates read aloud Shakespeare's Macbeth in a failed Scot- tish accent are the memories that stick out in the brains of Holy Cross students as they walk across the graduation stage. Holy Cross is more than a school; it's a home filled with family, self-expression and memories. A home is never a place you want to leave or find yourself distanced from. Nowhere on earth can you find such a place like it. Home is Holy Cross.
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Presentation Academy is a place like no other. As soon as you walk through the doors, you are surrounded by history and girls who will soon become your sisters. There is an overwhelming feeling of support from facul- ty and staff and you become confident that if you need help with anything at all, it is accessible. Presentation is the per- fect place for young women who are looking to achieve their goals. Whether these goals are academic or athlet- ic, they are always in reach. Even if there are times when you feel down, you know that there are people cheer- ing for you and wishing you well. Presentation is also a great place for young women who are looking to strengthen their leadership skills. At Pres, there are so many opportunities to get involved. From hosting shadows, to running our seventh- and eighth- grade leadership forums, to being a part of a sports team, there is always something to keep you busy. Part of what makes Pres so unique is the abundance of tradition. From your first day of freshman year to your last day of senior year, there is always an event that marks your accomplish- ments. Another thing about Pres is its downtown loca- tion, or what we like to call, our "downtown advantage." We are in the middle of it all. We have the opportunity to walk next door and take classes at Spalding Univer- sity, walk down to Fourth Street Live! on our walk- a-thon day, or walk to the Muhammad Ali Center for a fun field trip with our classmates. The location is not only convenient, it is also a huge part of what makes Pres stand out. The bonds formed on the corner of Fourth and Breck are strong enough to last a lifetime. You start out as complete strangers and walk out as a family. It is a place that allows and encourages you to be yourself. With our central downtown location, it's possible to meet young women from all over Louis- ville and southern Indiana. Diversity is part of what makes Pres so special. You are not just another number, you are an essential member of a loving community.
Bonds are formed at Fourth and Breck
At Presentation, 'You are not just another number, you are an essential member of a loving community.'
Caroline Cooper Presentation Academy
DeSales prioritizes faith, brotherhood, tradition
The past four years at DeSales have shaped me into a well-rounded individ- ual that may not have been created at any other school. The mold for every student that goes to DeSales is the three pillars of faith, broth- erhood and tradition. Some- one might see these words on DeSales advertisements and just glance over them, but they are truthfully the foundation of every student here. Growing in faith, strengthening character and building lifelong con- nections are just some of the things that the De- Sales experience improves or grows for a teenager. The combination of education and athletics at DeSales is incomparable to any oth- er high school. The teach- ers and coaches at DeSales work so hard to create the best young men that they can possibly make, wheth- er it is in the classroom or on the playing field. As a student-athlete, I can at- test to this statement and say that over four years, DeSales helped me be the best I could be by offering dual credit classes in var- ious subjects and playing sports at the same time. As a student, DeSales makes young teenagers into young men. The curriculum transcends into real life by teaching the student infor- mation about subjects and how to learn. As a person, DeSales teaches each stu- dent how to treat others through the brotherhood that thrives there. We, the Class of 2022, have grown from just friends to broth- ers. DeSales teaches stu- dents how to treat others with respect, dignity and honesty. Being a Catho- lic high school, DeSales is expected to grow men of faith and they definitely do. Every grade has a retreat that brings them closer to God and strengthens their faith. Senior retreat is the reason that many students grow closer to God and is one of the best traditions at DeSales. My dad graduated from DeSales in 1987 and he is my role model. He is courageous, thoughtful, car- ing, knowledgeable, loving and a leader. It would be safe to say that all of these qualities were founded at DeSales. Finally, DeSales sets a student up for success in various ways, including job opportunities, oodles of help with college and programs to help someone reach their goals. Even the little things like how to tie a tie, or how to correctly dress profession- ally, how to charge a dead car battery and change a car tire and much more. The four-year experience at De- Sales is just incomparable to any other place in the world. It will shape a young boy into a man of character and faith.
DeSales 'will shape a young boy into a man of character and faith.'
James Atkinson DeSales High School
Holy Cross: Home sweet home
Congratulations to the Class of 2022
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We are so proud of our graduating Level 8 students and look forward to following their future success.
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to our 2022 Graduates!
Fr. Terry Bradshaw, Pastor Ms. Penny Bradley, Principal
Lillianna Evans Holy Cross High School
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