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Empowering Minds

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Engaging Hearts

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Inspiring Excellence

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This is Hoban.

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Empowering Minds

Engaging Hearts

Engaging Hearts

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Inspiring Excellence

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This is Hoban.

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

Faculty members learn about Holy Cross at Notre Dame
Brother Robert Livernois, Hoban’s vice president for mission and leadership, brought four religious studies teachers to tour the Notre Dame area in Indiana Aug. 8-9. The priests, brothers and sisters of Holy Cross have headquarters there. The group stayed at Columba Hall, the brothers’ residence on the Notre Dame campus. Shown here on a visit to the province archives and brothers’ administration building are Mrs. Mary Bulgrin, Brother Lawrence Stewart (province archivist), Brother Bob, Mr. Hank Kappel, Deacon Ray DiMascio and Ms. Kelsey Sees.
Students arrive in Ghana for immersion experience
Eleven Hoban students, led by Father Mike Ausperk and Jason Dzik, are on a service and immersion experience in Ghana from Aug. 12-22. While in West Africa, the group will help with landscaping and other finishing touches at the new Saint Brother André High School, opening in September to 10th graders. The new school is a ministry of the Midwest Province of the Brothers of Holy Cross. The group will tour Ghanaian cultural sites and experience local customs. The students are Gracie Bagdon, Michael Davies, Emily Day, Delaney Erks, John Frola, Mary Gutbrod, Elizabeth Hillegas, Claire Penney, Alison Ritenour, Megan Sutterluety and Wendy Weng.
Junior offensive lineman commits to University of Michigan
Junior Nolan Rumler has made a verbal commitment to play football for the University of Michigan while he pursues his degree there. Rumler, who is originally from Michigan, had a list of offers that included Ohio State, Alabama and Michigan State. The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Rumler is the country’s No. 142 overall prospect, the No. 18 offensive tackle and the No. 5 prospect in Michigan.
Class of ’67 unearths time capsule after 50 years
On July 28, members of the Class of 1967 dug up the time capsule that was buried 50 years ago when the concrete HOBAN letters facing I-76 were constructed. The group was assisted by Brian Stanley ‘87 of B&C Landscaping. The materials buried in the cylinder were in pristine condition, possibly because they were protected by a whole lot of concrete! The materials unearthed are now in the advancement conference room. Photos and videos can be found HERE.
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