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 1998 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.


Now Enrolling students in Kindergarten thru 8th grade. Income based tuition assistance available.

Contact the school office at (859)581-0290. Schedule a tour of Holy Family and see what we have to offer!

2019-2020 School Hours:

Opening bell rings: 7:20am

Tardy Bell rings: 7:35 am

Dismissal times: Bus Riders 2:35pm

Regular dismissal 2:40pm

June Office hours are M-TH 8-12

Mrs. Diane M. Russell Memorial Scholarship application form due in the office by June 27th.

The 5th/6th grade and kindergarten students of Holy Family School collected hygiene items for Welcome House as their service learning project this year. They created posters to hang in school and in church to share their project with the rest of the school community. With help from St. Benedict parishioners, Holy Family was able to donate a total of 737 hygiene items to Welcome House. Together we are able to Do Small Things with GREAT Love!

Annual Advent Canned Food Drive/ Blessing of the Cans

This year HFS collected a total of 975 cans to benefit St. Ben's St. Vincent De Paul food pantry and Our Savior Church. Father Lange blessed the cans on Friday, December 14th before they were delivered. Great Job!!

Do Small Things With Great Love!

Annual blessing of the Cans Advent prayer service.

December 14, 2018

Holy Family School, Covington

Spring 2018 StEP School of the Year

+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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