Holy Family Bilingual Catholic School exists primarily to educate all children whose families are committed to the Catholic faith and education. Every child must meet the acceptable academic standards for each grade level as determined by the Principal.
“Holy Family Bilingual Catholic School admits students of any race, color or national and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. In the administration of its policies, the school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan and athletic and other administered programs”.
Our Parents Talking ...
"Hi, my name is Rica de los Reyes Herrera. My daughter Isabella graduated from 8th grade in 2015 and will be attending Bishop Blanchet High School. My son Lorenzo is currently in 8th grade. They both have attended Holy Family since Pre-K. Our families belong to the Parish and have been parishioners for over 30 years. Both kids as well as my husband and myself appreciate the camaraderie and diversity present at Holy Family. The faculty and staff care about the kids well being and strive to provide them with education to help them in their future endeavors." Rica Herrera, Parent
"Our son enters Kindergarten this fall, having attended Preschool & PreKindergarten at HFBCS. We've been members of the Parish for about 15 years. Everyone in the Parish and School works hard to support the kids and our school community."
"My son is learning a 2nd language. We love that our son uses Spanish to learn school subjects. The Principal and the teachers have invested extra time to enhance the dual-language immersion program."
"My son is learning to be a participant in the school community. Teachers and parents work together on Bingo nights, book fairs and community dinners to raise funds; those monies put toward scholarships, new sound system, and improving the school library, for example."
"My son also learns about the Catholic religion. In the classroom, he's taught about various festivals, martyrs & saints, and some prayers. As a school, they attend weekly Mass celebrations. "
"We wanted a good quality education for my son. Holy Family Parish founded the school in 1927. This community has built & supported the school for many years, making a difference in so many lives. We are proud to be part of this community." Denise Leary, K-Parent