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Founded on the four principles of INSPIRE, CREATE, EXPLORE, and BECOME, Exploration of Self is a four-year program intentionally designed to support young women in embracing and celebrating the unique qualities and gifts that make them who they are. We accomplish this through our Speaker Series, grade level designed and led service projects and class trips, many clubs and activities, and grade level seminars focused on the healthy transition to adulthood titled Becoming One...Together.



Understanding the importance of exposing and connecting young women to mentors, leaders, and entrepreneurs, Holy Family's Speaker Series invites an array of professionals to speak to the student body on topics such as women in leadership, entrepreneurship, social justice, and empowerment.



Recognizing the importance of learning how to work as a team, each grade level collaboratively designs two off-campus experiences. It cultivates class unity and belonging and strengthens class spirit and pride. One day trip is focused on fun and sisterhood and the other is a service experience focused on social justice.



Holy Family has a variety of clubs and activities for girls to explore their gifts and share their passions. In addition to the annual club fair, many games and other fun activities are an integral part of the student experience. Some examples include: ASB Coffee House, Annual Fashion Show, Spirit Weeks, Dances, Sports Rallies, class competitions, and Talent Show, among many others. 



Becoming One...Together is a four-year seminar designed to support the healthy transition to adulthood. Some themes include becoming confident in sharing your gifts and passions with others; discovering your voice and using it for good; public speaking; independence and personal responsibility; recognizing your need for others to become the best version of yourself, to name a few.

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