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Established in 1957, Holy Name School is a parish school that serves students in preschool through eighth grade. The school s facilities include a library, adult education room, playground, cafeteria, and science and computer laboratories. It offers various extended-day care and after-school programs. Holy Name School also provides several athletic programs, including football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, cross-country, and track and field. In addition, the school also promotes cultural activities, educational outings and summer adventure camps. Its parent-teacher council coordinates activities for the support of the school. The school s library media center offers a range of books and periodicals. Holy Name Parish School maintains a location in San Antonio.
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Primary Phone: (210) 333-5020

Primary Phone: (210) 333-6840

Phone: (210) 333-5021

Phone: (210) 333-7642

Phone: (210) 333-7356

Fax Number: (210) 333-5021

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Neighborhoods
East Side, Highland Hills
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Holy Name School

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Categories
Catholic Churches, Churches & Places of Worship, Religious General Interest Schools
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emartinez916

07/13/2007

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Holy Name School

We did not have a good experience with the administration at Holy Name as it was difficult to establish times to meet with the principal and with certain teachers. Several times I felt the principal put attendance numbers ahead of any problem solving or any steps towards enhancing the school environment for the children. I would suggest to anyone that they research other Catholic or Public schools. There are a number of good ones out there that do communicate well with parents and students and who actually have more computers and resources for their children. I would look for a school that values students and has a college-bound emphasis.....From Concerned Parent

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