- HFCA’s Middle School Spanish curriculum positions HFCA graduates to enter high school as Spanish II students.
- Our Middle School Math curriculum includes two years of Algebra and also offers a math elective, Honors Geometry to qualifying 8th grade students. This course uses the same curriculum, textbook, and exams as Fremd High School.
- HFCA actively connects with area high schools to ensure our curriculum continues to be aligned with high school expectations.
- In collaboration with District 211, HFCA administers benchmark tests, which are independently scored by Fremd High School and returned to HFCA. Evaluation of this data gives us objective information on how our curriculum aligns with high school programs.
- HFCA has intentionally built relationships and credibility with area high schools better positioning us so to advocate for the proper placement of our graduates in high school courses.
"We again applaud Holy Family Catholic Academy's consistent showing in our annual math competition. These students are clearly being prepared for increasingly challenging STEM coursework." Dr. Bradley Bonham, President Carmel Catholic High School.
“Because of HFCA's STEM program, my daughter was in the Project Lead the Way program for 3 years--. a pre-engineering program at Barrington High School. She was very well prepared for high school and credits her note-taking skills to her HFCA middle school teachers. Thank you for providing her with such a great foundation for high school and beyond!” CP (HFCA '17, Barrington "21, Lake Erie College (OH) '25)
“Our daughter is graduating Fremd with honors as an academic scholar and has been accepted at Notre Dame, U of I, Johns Hopkins, USC, and Wash U. Thanks to you she had a great start getting to where she wants to be.” DA (HFCA '17, Fremd '21, Johns Hopkins '25)
"I found myself in Fremd classes far ahead of the average student. Holy Family teachers did so much more than scratch the surface. At HFCA, we didn't just learn about the history of Japan, we play a Risk-style game that requires advanced knowledge of history and Japanese traditions to win points. We don't just take notes on the Great Depression, we research and present about the gilded age and then follow it up by writing AP level essays." Brian Rosenwinkel (HFCA '13, Fremd '17, NYU '20) Read more.