Tryouts/practices will begin in August for cross country, volleyball, swimming and diving, and golf.
Prior to the beginning of athletics practice and tryouts, the Athletics Office must have completed EL2, EL3 and Concussion and Heat Related Illness forms on file. This applies to both middle school and high school student-athetes. Forms may be turned in to either the head coach or athletic director Kevin Vargas prior to or on the date of the first scheduled practice or tryout. Without the completed forms, the student will not be allowed to participate.
On Thursday, May 26, the Academy of the Holy Names celebrated the 98 young women from the Class of 2016 at Graduation. Members of the class are attending 40 of the 120 schools to which they were accepted, they were offered $9.5 million in scholarships, served more than 26,600 community service hours, 49 graduated With Honors, 35 are members of National Honor Society and seven are continuing their athletic careers in college. In addition, they gifted the school with a $115,853 endowed scholarship in memory of their class angel, Sydney Wynne.
Senior soccer players Jessica Villa and Julia Lester were named to the 2016 NSCAA High School Winter All-Region Team. In addition, Julia was selected to the 2016 NSCAA 2016 High School Girls All-America Team.
Senior Camille Yodzis, who was a member of our swimming and lacrosse programs, was selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship entitled the Heart of a Champion Award from the You Can Change the World, Corporation. Three AHN senior student-athletes submitted a short paper to a selection committee who then awarded this scholarship based on leadership, maturity, work ethic and dedication. Congratulations on this well-deserved honor, Camille.