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Behind HFCA’s Award Winning Students is an Award Winning Teacher Featured Photo

Behind HFCA’s Award Winning Students is an Award Winning Teacher

This past year Holy Family Catholic Academy (Inverness) middle school students won seven awards from outside organizations. The entire community recognized and applauded these hard working students who went above and beyond to create exemplary work. What is often assumed, but not always recognized is that behind these talented students are teachers who inspire, challenge, and encourage their students to excel. Recently, HFCA was delighted to announce that Middle School Teacher, Mrs. Eileen Paparone was publicly recognized as an outstanding educator. https://bit.ly/3vpkirf
1st place trophy presented Featured Photo

1st place trophy presented

Our 4th/5th girls volleyball team presented their 1st place trophy to Fr. Terry and Mrs. O'Brien at our all school Mass.
Preschool Parent Curriculum Night Featured Photo

Preschool Parent Curriculum Night

Preschool Parent Curriculum Night is Thursday, 8/12. Your student's teacher will offer two presentation times tomorrow night at 6:00 PM and 6:30 PM via Zoom. (Yay, no need for babysitters!!) Check email for Zoom links.
HFCA Artists’ Hopeful Reflections Win Awards Featured Photo

HFCA Artists’ Hopeful Reflections Win Awards

More awards for HFCA's middle school students! Two seventh grade students at recently won awards for using their knowledge, artistic talents, and faith to express hope for a better future for many people suffering in our communities.
NASA Lands at HFCA, 4th grade Launches Inquiry (Unit) Featured Photo

NASA Lands at HFCA, 4th grade Launches Inquiry (Unit)

Holy Family Catholic Academy (Inverness) 4th-grade students were introduced to Mr. Kevin Metrocavage, NASA’s International Space Station Operations Manager and Space Operations Center Manager. What an amazing opportunity for our students to be able to ask a NASA scientist questions about the subject they are studying in 4th grade.