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Holy Family – Specialized Learning will move to REMOTE LEARNING for Thursday, 2/3 and Friday 2/4 out of an abundance of caution related to the impending weather forecast.
In celebration of Black History Month, the Nazareth Prep website offers information on celebrations and informational events. Here is the first post. Keep coming back throughout the month of February. https://www.visitpittsburgh.com/blog/pittsburgh-celebrates-black-history-month/
Holy Family – Specialized Learning, Seville will be closed on Tuesday, January 18, 2022 due to poor weather conditions. Students and staff will follow remote learning for the day. Students and staff will return to on site in-person instruction on Wednesday, January 19, 2022.
In tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., HFI is posting information about his important work, as well as about celebrations in the city. The Lost 1967 Speech Celebrations at the August Wilson Center
HFI Annual Report 2020-2021
Last week it was announced that an additional $40 million is available to Pennsylvania businesses to assist families with private school scholarships! Although all Nazareth Prep students qualify for these scholarships, the tax credits ‘ran out’ in 2021 leaving a $1 million funding gap. With this additional funding, new applications and even businesses shut out in the […]
This past week the Church community and citizens of Erie reached out with loving kindness to migrant children. These children are involved in a disaster, not of their own making, and in need of care. They are among the most vulnerable in the world as they travel to the U.S. Many of these children are fleeing […]
For the past 120 years, Holy Family Institute (HFI) has been at the forefront of supporting and advocating for children, youth, and families. HFI’s mission is based on our sponsors, the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. The Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth was founded in 1875 in Rome […]
Patricia Rooney was a longtime friend of Holy Family Institute and will be greatly missed. Sister Linda recalls fondly that, “Pat would always write handwritten thank you letters whenever she received a gift or a kindness. I remember when we were named the official Courage House of the Steelers. Mrs. Rooney was invited to attend […]