AHN 2nd-graders integrated technology into their math lessons this week using Go Math curriculum.
The new learning space will allow our students to be more engaged and will help the teachers think about curriculum differently.
Academy of the Holy Names Athletic Director Kevin Vargas has hired Mr. Bryan Little as head coach of the Academy of the Holy Names Rowing Club (AHNRC).
Our Jaguarettes attended the annual Universal Dance Association camp this summer and placed 3rd in the Small Varsity Division, competing against seven other schools!
AHN's Speech & Debate Team spent the summer at two national tournaments and Sr. Mary Patricia Plumb received her 7th Diamond coaching award!
In May 2017, Captain Daniel Holder IV (A’00) was inducted into the Academy of the Holy Names Athletic Hall of Fame.
Boys in grades 6-8 had the chance to sit down and talk to USF football player Cameron Ruff about standing up for what is right in a society that often presses them to do the opposite. Ruff talked about the role his faith plays in his life, gave tips on making good friends, and reminded the boys that hard work goes a long way.
AHN high school students celebrated Black History Month with a student-run program that included song performances, original poetry and traditional African dances. The girls also had the opportunity to listen to guest speaker Clarence Fort talk about segregation and his experience at the Woolworth's lunch counter sit-in.
In February, Dr. Saioa Torrealday (A'96) was inducted into the AHN Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Junior Classical League took home many awards at their Regional Latin Forum!
Congratulations to senior Lizzie Dolan for winning AHN's annual Poetry Out Loud Recitation Contest.
The Academy is going green! With the help of our middle school science students we are boosting our recycling and collecting data to show how many water bottles we use as a school.
The Class of 2018 received their class rings in the traditional Junior Ring Ceremony.
Congratulations to our Jaguarettes on two successful performances at the High School Dance Team Regional Championships at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando.
Vinayak Palankar, one of the creators of the Monster Math app, came in and talked to the 4th grade students about the Monster Math app, which students use to practice their math fast facts.
In November, the AHN swim team competed in the 2A State Championships. Through hard work, dedication, and a little inspiration they amassed 159 points for the runner-up team trophy.
Devan Adams and Stacy Filocco presented at the annual Florida Council of Independent Schools convention.