Holy Family School, as a part of the Catholic Diocese of Covington, has a strong tradition of Catholic Education in grades K-8, in East Covington. Holy Family was established in 1988 through the merger of Bishop Howard and St. Benedict Schools. It is attended by the parishes of St. Benedict, the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, and Our Savior, as well as children not affiliated with these parishes. We continue to be a part of A.C.U.E. (The Alliance of Catholic Urban Education) under the supervision of all parish pastors and the Diocesan Superintendent.


Holy Family Catholic School promotes a Catholic vision of Life, while holistically preparing students to achieve in

academics, to serve others and to realize their own dignity as Children of God, now and in the future.


Congratulations to those students who earned 4th quarter Honor Roll:

All "A" honor roll:

Addalynn Stokes

Aubrey Schoettle

"A/B" honor roll:

Colton Coray

Kailyn Hornsby

Bodde Raaker

Mariana Aguilar-Johnson

Jacob Hornsby

Littello Johnson

Jairo Reynoso

Braylon Thornberry

Briar Schoettle

Any family, current or newly registered, who is seeking tuition assistance for the 2022-2023 school year must complete a FACTS Aid Application. Click on the FACTS link below.

School Hours:

Opening bell rings: 7:20am

Tardy Bell rings: 7:35 am

Dismissal times: Bus Riders 2:35pm

Regular dismissal 2:40pm


8/11 Readifest 4-6pm

8/16 First day of School- early dismissal at 1pm

8/18 Completed Summer Bridge books due

8/26 Early dismissal at 2pm

Holy Family is currently accepting registration for students in grades K-8 for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. If you would like to register your child(ren) for the 22-23 school year click on the REGISTER button to fill out an online registration.

Have your students been working on their Summer Bridge Books? Every student who turns in their completed book by Thursday, August 18th, 2022 will receive an out of uniform pass, some sweet treats and a raffle ticket for even more prizes!

+Be it known to all who enter here that Christ is the reason for this school. He is the unseen but ever present teacher in its classes. He is the model of its faculty and the inspiration of its students. +


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