Holy Family Academy is a private, Traditional Catholic liberal arts academy founded and operated by Catholic parents who recognize the gravity of their primary responsibility in the education of their children.
Holy Family Academy’s “great books” inspired classical liberal arts curriculum and religious instruction draw primarily from Catholic Tradition (including the Baltimore Catechism), and Holy Family Academy encourages all of its teachers and families to be:
We aim to graduate young men and women who think clearly and listen carefully with discernment and understanding, who reason persuasively and articulate precisely, who are capable of evaluating their entire range of experience in the light of Tradition and Sacred Scripture, and who do so with eagerness in joyful submission to God.
Supporting families as the primary educators of the student, we continue the development of spiritually centered lifelong learners, who are academically prepared, effective communicators and productive citizens of an increasingly global world.
Holy Family Academy is a striking example of how God works through the labor of his people, because it was through the faith and commitment of many families that Holy Family Academy became a reality.
We would be thrilled to have you come take a tour and see what makes Holy Family Academy different. We also encourage transferring students to come for a shadow day – you’ll be matched with one of our students who will guide you though your day as a Holy Family Academy student!
Contact Principal Graves to set up your tour: 602-438-6513
Core to the functioning of any Catholic school is the caliber of its teachers. Both in terms of educational prowess, and living a life of virtue, HFA takes seriously its commitment to finding and retaining the best Catholic educators that are available.
The Board of Directors is responsible for maintaining Holy Family Academy as a Catholic educational institution in good standing with the Diocese of Phoenix, directing its Catholic values through the curriculum and culture, overseeing its financial health, and providing guidance to the Principal in her role as the chief administrator of the Academy.