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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

Online scheduling available for parent-teacher conferences

Parent-teacher conferences are Thursday, Oct. 26, from 2:15 to 5:45 p.m. and from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Students will be dismissed early at 1:55 p.m. It is not a late-start day. Conferences should be scheduled online; click HERE. For a video tutorial on scheduling a conference, click HERE.

Junior receives Eagle Award, Boy Scouts' highest honor
Junior Michael Jorgenson received his Eagle Scout Award on May 23, 2017. His Court of Honor was on Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. Jorgenson is a member of Troop 1 in Akron. For his Eagle Scout project, he planned, organized and led the construction of five bookcases for a library in the former rectory at St. Hilary parish. The library benefits the Franciscans of the Little Way, presently a nonprofit Association in the Diocese of Cleveland. The Franciscans of the Little Way are hoping to become a new religious community in the Diocese and are working on the steps needed to make this a reality.
Parisi, Alekna installed as Eucharistic ministers
Two seniors, Joshua Parisi and Stephanie Alekna, were installed as extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion at a Mass in Holy Cross Chapel before school on Oct. 16. They were unable to be present on Sept. 15, when 31 other seniors were installed. The Rev. Matthew Jordan of Hoban’s Class of ’08 celebrated the Mass and officiated at the installation. Both students are parishioners at St. Hilary in Fairlawn, where Father Jordan is stationed.
Michael Rinaldi earns perfect score on his ACT
Senior Michael Rinaldi achieved a perfect score of 36 on his ACT. On average, less than one-tenth of one percent of students who take the ACT earn the top score. Broken into four sections, the ACT assesses high school students on English, math, reading and science aptitude. Each test receives an individual score, and the composite score is the average of the four scores.
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