Welcome to Holy Family School

Holy Family is a Catholic school that serves children in grades Pre-K – 8th primarily from rural areas of North Mississippi. We are dedicated to assisting students fulfill their spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical potential. To this end, we provide an environment which encourages students to become knowledgeable, disciplined, creative individuals prepared to make responsible choices as contributing members of society.



With a dedicated faculty and a curriculum based on fundamental academic disciplines, Holy Family School teaches a love for learning and provides students with the tools necessary to realize their full intellectual potential.

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Faith Formation

We strive to create an environment of Christian community, exemplified by an attitude of responsible caring and sharing for the growth of our own members as well as others.

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Enrichment Opportunities

Technology instruction begins in kindergarten and continues through eighth grade. Our accelerated math and reading programs encourage achievement and allow students to progress according to their own capabilities.

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Holy Family School
Summer Academy 2017
June 1-29
Monday through Thursday   8:00-11:45
Last Day on Thursday, June 29
We are excited to extend this opportunity to your child/children to attend Summer Academic Camp.  Parents we will offer help by working with their child on skills in Reading, Language Arts, and Math.
We are asking that the rising 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders attend.  It is also very important that students are going to 5th grade attend as well
Students will arrive between 7:50-8:05 a.m. and should be picked up by 11:50 a.m.   Students   MUST bring a snack. Holy Family will not provide breakfast or a snack.  
Daily attendance and discipline is very important each day of Summer Academy.  Plan vacations and other camps early around the summer school dates.  We are committed to giving your child a quality education.  We appreciate your support!   If you have questions, call Betty Page at the school 662-252-1612.