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Hoban Wellness was launched in 2019 to provide information and resources to students and promote academic success by helping students achieve their best possible health  – physically, mentally and emotionally.

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Hoban's office of student services is available to assist students and families address students' social-emotional needs and helps to navigate next steps to improving health. 


Mrs.Vrobel speaks about her experiences with “Loving Kindness” meditation.

Ms. Seliskar offers some thoughts on her positive experiences with group fitness classes.

Mrs. Bulgrin ’83 talks about strategies for developing an ”Attitude of Gratitude.”

Mrs. Sees ’07 talks about the connection between emotional wellness and getting outdoors.

Mr. Wagner shares some thoughts on the power of establishing wellness routines.

Mrs. Bates speaks about Mae Jemison, the first Black female astronaut. In 1992, she flew into space aboard the Endeavour, becoming the first African American woman in space.

Coach Lawrence Wynn ’10 shares some thoughts on Tommy Smith, 1968 200m Olympic champion. Smith’s protest against racism and injustice, atop the medal podium, is one of the most memorable moments in Olympic history.

Ms. Moyer with thoughts on some of her favorite Black authors in recognition of Black History Month

Mr. Wagner remembers legendary American tennis champion, author and activist Arthur Ashe.

Mr. Topp speaks on the power of maintaining a positive mindset when faced with adversity.

Mr. Dzik explains his thoughts on “Mastering Your Emotions” and the R.A.I.N. strategy for dealing with acute emotional responses.

Mrs.Vrobel speaks about her experiences with “Self Compassion” meditation.


Through the process of helping our students to completeness, Hoban has designed a Student Wellness Initiative, similar to programs initiated at our neighboring Catholic schools, including Walsh Jesuit, St. Edward, Gilmour Academy and St. Ignatius. 

As Catholic educators, we educate the entire person by fostering the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual wellness. In doing so, we maintain and strengthen a positive and safe learning environment for all. 

  • Education: Programs, activities and online information designed to educate students about the different components of wellness, including positive body image, stress management, healthy relationships and mental/emotional health
  • Testing: Drug and alcohol awareness and prevention policy, including mandatory random testing
  • Support: Counseling for any student who is in need

Extensive research has found that ongoing education is the most critical component of any wellness program to support high school students during a critical developmental stage and prevent students from using drugs and alcohol.

Education is the art of helping young people to completeness.

– Blessed Basil Moreau, founder of the congregation of holy cross