Forming Young Minds

with Timeless Christ-Centered Principles and Character-Based Education

Character

Our goal is not just to educate, but to prepare our students for a life of citizenship and dedication to their God-given vocation.

Rooted in Faith

Sound philosophy and Christ-centered principles are at the core of every subject that the students experience.

Classical Education

A rigorous educational standard is at the forefront of our mission and guides our daily schedule.

The Latest News:

End of Year Athletics Awards Ceremony & Ice Cream Social

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On Tuesday evening, May 28, the Holy Family Academy parents and teachers met for the end of the year sports awards and ice cream social, in order to recognize the...

Visit and Blessing of Frs. Passo and Malain

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Fr. Michael Passo, HFA Principal Laura Graves, Fr. Michael Malain On Monday, May 13, Fr. Michael Passo and Fr. Michael Malain of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter made a...

From the AD: All-State Selections Made

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The Parents and Staff of Holy Family Academy received this exciting news from Athletic Director, Mr. Benjamin Johnson: Congratulations to the Holy Family Academy  Baseball team on Two All State...

HFA Padres Capture Baseball State Title

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      In their inaugural year, the Holy Family Academy Padres continued their athletic excellence by capturing the state title presented by the Canyon Athletic Association. The Padres only…

A Not for Profit Classical Liberal-Arts Academy:

Holy Family Academy is an independent private classical liberal arts academy, providing students in grades K-12 with a truly outstanding education in the classical liberal arts in an environment that is conducive to the formation of the whole person. The school strives ultimately to form good Catholic citizens – men and women willing and able to work for the restoration of all things in Christ, freely submitting to Our Lord in the spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical realms.

You can do nothing with children unless you win their confidence and love by bringing them into touch with yourself, by breaking through all the hinderances that keep them at a distance. We must make ourselves like them.
- St. John Bosco