Forming Young Minds

with Timeless Christ-Centered Principles and Character-Based Education


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:

Students Put on the Green for St. Patrick’s Day!

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Friday, March 15th was made a little more special with Principal Graves' giving the students an opportunity to wear green in honor of St. Patrick's feast day.  And many students...

Students Gather to Kick Off the 2019 Jog-A-Thon

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On Friday, the school gathered for a pizza lunch in the cafeteria to celebrate the kick-off of the 2019 Jog-A-Thon season. Students will be running on March 22, 2019 to benefit Holy…

HFA Drama Club Presented “Any Number Can Die” In Its Inaugural Season

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After months of workshops, practices, and rehearsals, the Upper Academy of HFA presented to family and friends its performance of Samuel Carmichael’s “Any Number Can Die”. Matching the script’s combination…

From the Chairman: Holy Family Academy Seeking Recognition from Bishop Olmsted

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Dear Families and Friends of HFA, The Holy Family Academy board along with Principal Graves met again recently with Harry Plummer, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Phoenix….

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