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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

Dickerson basks in the High School Spotlight
After outstanding performances in two Division II playoff victories, junior Tyris Dickerson, a running back, was recognized in the High School Spotlight, a weekly feature of the Beacon Journal and Ohio.com. Dickerson totaled 12 carries, 167 yards and two touchdowns in a 56-27 regional quarterfinal win over Mayfield, then had 16 carries for 196 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-0 regional semifinal win over Brush.
Art and photography students make field trip to Cleveland
Art teachers Jill Fortman and Micah Kraus took the AP Studio/Honors Studio Art and Digital/Advanced Digital Photography students on a field trip on Nov. 15. The students visited the Cleveland Institute of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland. They were able to learn about future art careers at CIA and tour the campus, art classes and studio spaces. Students also viewed and learned about the current art exhibits on display at MOCA.
First quarter Academic, Chivalrous Knights announced

Each grading period two students from each grade level are selected by the Academic Review Board to be Academic Knights and Chivalrous Knights. Academic Knights excel in scholarship. They also demonstrate leadership, service to the Hoban family, service to the community, Christian values and good character. Chivalrous Knights exhibit industriousness in the classroom, outstanding effort, involvement in student activities, Christian values, and a polite, positive and helpful attitude toward others.

For names and pictures of first quarter Academic Knights, click HERE. 

For names and pictures of first quarter Chivalrous Knights, click HERE.

Environmental, Engineering classes visit storm sewer project
To study water quality and pollution, the Environmental Sciences and Engineering classes rode the Akron Trolley to the 30-foot drill digging the Interceptor Tunnel under the city to deal with storm water runoff. The upgrades will reduce sewage from being dumped into the Cuyahoga River after large rain events. Students saw traditional methods of storm water retention, such as concrete holding ponds near the Little Cuyahoga River. They also saw some sustainable initiatives that involve separating storm water and sewage and allowing storm water to clean naturally in created green spaces before re-entering the river.
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