Based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, Holy Family High School seeks to provide a Catholic learning environment that stresses academic excellence, fosters mutual respect, demands responsibility, and encourages self-growth.
Holy Family High School opened it's doors September, 1922, in Denver with an enrollment of 30 students. On June 10, 1926, twelve young men and women made up the first graduating class of Holy Family. An Archdiocese Planning Task Force recommended that the school be moved to a larger facility in the NW Metro area. Ground was broken at the present site on March 8, 1998, with the school officially opening the next Fall. It was with this move that we became incorporated through the State of Colorado. From our humble beginnings in 1922, we have grown to an enrollment of 635 students who commute daily from 27 cities along the Front Range to Holy Family High School.
"As a student here, I actually feel like it is a family. I feel like I have over 600 brothers and sisters at Holy Family." -Matthew Hart '16