Our Catholic Christian values permeate our school and all subject areas.
Our students will develop a love and knowledge of God through the celebration of the sacraments and by learning the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Mass attendance and participation, prayer and other liturgical activities enrich the lives of everyone in our school community.
Our school is a place where teachers, staff and students are welcomed, loved and respected in a physically and emotionally safe environment.
Our school provides a challenging and academically excellent education empowering students to develop their unique spiritual, intellectual, social, physical, emotional, and cultural selves.
Educating our children is the shared responsibility of teachers, parents and guardians and the entire school community. Parent/guardian involvement, and consistent, respectful communication between parents and guardians and school personnel, are essential for a child to thrive.
Our Code of Conduct guides students in making age-appropriate decisions. Parent/guardian support of this Code, including consequences for the choices made by students, are essential for personal growth and the good order of the school.
The school, in collaboration with parents/guardians and community, assist in the formation of all students' character as they experience life's successes and difficulties.
Our school nurtures lifelong learners who endeavor to use their God-given gifts in service to others.
Low Teacher Student Ratio
Pre K 3
Full & half days
3-5 days a week
We offer Sign language instruction, Spanish, SMART Boards & iPads, Field trips, Music, Gym, Art, Library & Recess
“My husband and I both attended Catholic schools in our formative years, and when our family grew with the birth of our son, we knew that sending him to a parochial school would be the best option for us. Our son, Brian, has attended Holy Family Regional Catholic School since kindergarten. Since the moment that we walked in the door at the open house, we did not feel that we were a school building, but instead, a welcoming and nurturing environment that would allow our son to grow both academically and spiritually.
For the past three years, we have seen Brian gain more confidence in his classwork as well as his social interactions with his peers. He has been involved in the school play and the CYO teams, has attended the Halloween dance, and is currently involved in the drawing classes after school. He has had some struggles in his academic courses, but his teachers noticed a need and quickly advised us of the options available to us in the school. Fortunately, his grades have improved tremendously.
We are confident that Holy Family Regional Catholic School will continue to inspire and prepare our son for the future. We look forward to seeing all the positive learning outcomes that lay ahead of us due to the outstanding support and dedication of the faculty, staff and administration at Holy Family.”