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Empowering Minds

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Engaging Hearts

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Inspiring Excellence

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Empowering Minds

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Engaging Hearts

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THE MISSION

Hoban's mission statement reminds us that we are a Catholic high school in the Holy Cross tradition. This describes both who we are and what we do. The Holy Cross tradition is a balanced, integrated, holistic approach to education where knowledge and faith converge. Read our Mission Statement.

HOBAN HEADLINES

Huge crowd watches Hoban vanquish McKinley in opening game
A standing-rooom-only crowd packed Dowed Field stadium Aug. 28 as the Knights football team hosted McKinley in the first game of the season. Hoban dominated action on the field and shut out the Bulldogs 49-0. Hoban traditionally gets a jump on other area schools by playing on Thursday night in week one. The evening began with a tailgate party hosted by the parents club under the dome.
Hoban welcomes students back with first-day assembly at Dowed Field
The new school year started off with an assembly for all at Dowed Field on Monday, Aug 24. All students received  free Lerch’s doughnuts and something to drink. Brother Bob Livernois started the day off with an opening prayer, Dr. Todd Sweda welcomed everyone back from summer break, and Dr. Mary Anne Beiting introduced new faculty and staff members. Mr. Tym Tagliaferro, Haylee Fisher from the spirit committee and the cheerleaders got the crowd going, volunteers from each class led the ever-popular roller coaster, and students got lively with the Do-It dance. It was the second year for the opening day assembly at the stadium, and it appears to be becoming a popular tradition. More pictures HERE.
New students learn the ropes on orientation day

The start of a new school year began Aug. 21 for freshmen and transfer students. The new students were welcomed by faculty, staff and other Hoban students as they arrived on campus. They had a prayer service, listened to presentations, enjoyed a free boxed lunch, ran through a shortened version of their class schedule and ended the day with a rally in Barry Gym. Classes begin for everyone on Monday, Aug. 24.
Veteran girls track and field coach set to retire
After 21 years, Joe Lutz, Hoban’s head coach for girls track and field, is retiring.

Lutz, a 1966 Hoban graduate, was North Coast League Coach of the Year seven times. During his tenure, he coached six individual state champions. He posted a dual meet record of 180-28. His teams won 29 invitational championships, four district championships, three regional titles and seven North Coast League titles. His 1999 Hoban team finished as state runner up, and the Knights were third in the OHSAA state tournament in 1998.

Read Michael Beaven’s story in the Beacon Journal and Ohio.com HERE.
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