Holy Family Catholic High School

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Basic Information

Address: Holy Family Catholic High School 8101 Kochia Lane Victoria, MN 55386
County: Carver
Phone Number: 952-443-1955
Fax Number: 952-443-1822

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Additional Information

President: Kathie Brown
School Type: Private Catholic High School in Lasallian Tradition
Founded: 2000
Ages/Grades: 9-12
Diocese: Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis
School Setting:

72 acre campus located in the southwest Minneapolis suburb of Victoria.

School Size: 475
Classroom Size: 21
Student/Teacher Ratio: 13:1


Financial Aid:

33% student body receive financial aid. Administered by TADS.com


College preparatory with support for learning needs and AP and Honors courses for academic challenge.

Percentage of Graduating Class: 100%
Support Services:

2.5 employees including Dean of Learning Support; IEP and 504 plans; No Outstanding Work Plans

Camp Programs: Yes
After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

WiFi accessible throughout building; student bring your own device policy; 1:4 computer ratio

School Championships:

Two State Dance Championships
One State Basketball Championship
One State Baseball Championship

School Clubs:


Parking Spaces/Availability:

Plenty of parking

Uniform Guidelines:

Uniform policy includes pants, skirts and emblemed shirts.

Admissions Requirements:


Mission Statement:

Holy Family Catholic High School offers students excellence in education by providing opportunities to grow spiritually, morally, intellectually and physically within a community of faith. We empower and encourage our students to achieve personal excellence, to use their talents to lead, to serve God, one another and the larger community.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Holy Family Catholic High School is an Archdiocesan co-educational Catholic high school growing in the Lasallian tradition and educating students to pursue truth and justice, to mature in faith, knowledge and wisdom, and to develop their full potential.

School History:

The Holy Family initiative began with a small group of Catholic laity in Excelsior in August, 1995. Four friends - Tom Steward, Theo Chalgren, Rob Roy, and Joe Morin - received the blessing of Archbishop Harry Flynn to build the first Catholic high school in the Twin Cities in more than 30 years. By early 1998, the project became Holy Family Catholic High School, one of the few laity-driven Catholic high schools developed and built anywhere in the country.

Groundbreaking occurred on May 25, 1999 with Archbishops Flynn and Roach, the school's Board of Directors, President Paul Stauffacher, community dignitaries, and a host of friends and supporters in attendance. Construction of the campus and facility began in July of 1999. The school opened on September 5, 2000, accommodating both freshman and sophomore students. Holy Family Catholic High School was formally dedicated on October 25, 2000, and in the spring of 2003, graduated its first senior class.

A Lasallian affiliation with the Midwest District of the Christian Brothers was formally established on October 19, 2005. The school was the first in the Christian Brothers' 300-year history to seek a formal affiliation without prior contact with a Lasallian ministry.