Holy Cross School (New Orleans)

Holy Cross School (New Orleans)

Holy Cross School is a high school and middle school founded in 1849 by the Congregation of Holy Cross in New Orleans, Louisiana. The main founder of Holy Cross is Blessed Father Basil Moreau, who was just recently beatified. Holy Cross High was originally named St. Isadore's College. The school's founding principle is the school code, "The Holy Cross Man."

Located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans, Holy Cross School remains a great New Orleans middle/high (grades 5-12) school for boys that has created an educational environment that helps boys become men, through a curriculum and staffing that creates "heart, mind, body and soul" enrichment, making men who lead lives that create personal and social action for the betterment of others.

Read more about Holy Cross School (New Orleans):  History, Holy Cross Relocation, New Campus, Technology, Athletics, Alma Mater, Holy Cross Victory March, Notable Alumni, Resources

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