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Principal's Message

July 3, 2017 Dear Families,

Why Should I Send My Child to Holy Angels?


It’s perfectly natural for parents to ask this question.  After all, the choice of where your child attends school is surely one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make as a parent.

Often, parents’ first question is: how much will it cost?  Will I be able to afford it?  When it comes to our kids, and their education, the real question is:  “Can I afford not to?”


So, here are a few points to ponder as you make that decision.

The faculty and staff at Holy Angels Regional School acknowledges that parents are primary.  Yes, we in Catholic schools believe that parents are the primary educators of their children.  That’s why we promise to keep you informed about your child’ progress, any problems that he or she may be having, and how your child likes to learn.

In addition, we expect that you will be involved in your child’s education throughout his / her school career.  There are plenty of activities that your child will want to involve you in, from helping with homework to volunteering at school in whatever capacity you

are able.  That way, together we demonstrate to your child that we are partners in your awesome responsibility to be his or her primary educator.

Holy Angels is different where it counts.  The very core of our school is the Gospel teaching of Jesus, and the teachings of the Catholic Church.  Central to the school day is prayer and the practice of “what would Jesus do.”

We learn about Catholicism as a subject every day, and as a theme in every subject.  Students have the opportunity to learn their faith and to live it.  Social justice is not only taught, it is lived. Our goal is to bring your child to an awareness of God’s love for him or her, as well as his or her obligation to live a moral life and work for justice for others.


Holy Angels Regional School holds students to high standards.  Our teachers are professionally prepared and properly certified to meet the highest learning standards available.  Additionally, our faculty and staff choose Catholic education as their vocation. They believe fully in the sacred trust that God has placed in them to teach the children in our school. You will not find a more dedicated group of people to teach, guide, nurture, develop and love your child anywhere. We acknowledge that parents want the very best for their children, we do not hesitate to demand the best from your child.

Homework, projects, and even tests are rigorous.  This is an act of faith in your child: a belief that your child can reach his or her highest potential.  The result is that our graduates are fully prepared to exceed the challenging demands of high school, college and beyond . A regular reminder of this fact is the quarterly honor roll list I receive from our diocesan high schools. It is full of the names of our former graduates.

Holy Angels Regional School emphasizes what matters in school.  We don’t

put a priority on sports, or other extra-curricular activities.  We believe that a solid, academic, value-laden education is more important than the “frills”.  You won’t find fads or social

experiments going on in our school. We have found a formula that works and we simply continue to refine that formula.  At Holy Angels, we get results because we believe that the tried and true can be trusted.

That doesn’t mean that Holy Angels has outdated facilities and teaching tools.  We utilize a comprehensive technology plan to guide our efforts in the classroom. Our graduates are technologically literate, and they understand that computers and other technology are

just means to learning; they are not the goal of learning.


As you consider your child’s future, please take the time to see the difference at Holy Angels Regional School. Schedule a tour. Visit our school. Speak with a graduate. I am confident that you will see the difference at Holy Angels.




Michael Connell




Did you know children in our primary grades work in centers to allow for small group and individualized instruction? The children learn independent work habits, allowing the classroom teacher to work with a smaller group of students. Mrs. Pagano's Pre-K students are already understanding how to sit and learn in centers after only the first few days of school! These skills will set a foundation that will they use while learning to read in Kindergarten, 1st grade, and beyond!