Open House Events
Share the Good News about Holy Apostles! We have 3 ways to learn about Holy Apostles School
K4/K5 Classroom Experience on Friday, December 6, 2013
School Open House on Sunday, January 26, 2014
Arrange for a Private Tour
View our Flyer for more details!
Safeguarding All God's Family - Important Notice
Holy Apostles School offers many opportunities for all parish members to help our children grow spiritually, intellectually, physically, and socially. Throughout the school year there are numerous activities in need of volunteers; playground supervisors, library aides, lunchroom supervision, chaperone's for field trips, assisting teachers and staff to name a few.
All volunteers must meet the Safeguarding All God’s Family requirements, which are required by the Milwaukee Archdiocese. The requirements include attending an Archdiocesan training session. Go to www.archmil.org and click on the Safeguarding All of God’s Family link to register. Classes are held on an ongoing basis at a wide variety of parishes. The schedule can be found HERE. Registration is offered online only.
If you have any questions please contact SAFEGUARDING@HANB.ORG
Both Holy Apostles Parish and School are on Facebook! Please like us! It's a great way to connect with others from our Holy Apostles family and stay informed about events, sports, activities, ministries, and more! Together, we can create a vibrant online community!
Project Lead the Way Announcement
For the 2012-2013 school year, Holy Apostles is excited to announce a new addition to the middle school science program, Project Lead the Way (PLTW). Specifically, the middle school program is called Gateway to Technology (GTT). The GTT program will spark interest in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and prepare students to continue these studies in high school. Many of our area high schools have already implemented PLTW. With Holy Apostles adding a middle school section, our students will have the experience and skills necessary for the secondary level of PLTW (Pathway to Engineering and Biomedical Sciences Program). The GTT program implemented next school year involves a project-based curriculum designed to challenge and engage middle school students. Students can visualize, design, and test their ideas using advanced modeling software used already by many large companies. Middle school students will study mechanical and computer control systems, involving robotics and animation. GTT allows students to gain knowledge and acquire skills in problem solving, teamwork, and innovation as well as explore STEM careers. Students will continue to learn the science curriculum currently in place throughout the school year along with the GTT program as a complimentary curriculum. The GTT program will take a few years to be fully installed, but will directly affect the seventh and eighth grades for next school year. In order to sustain the program, Holy Apostles’ GTT program will develop a strong connection with local engineering businesses, maintain advanced engineering equipment, and prepare students for the next level of engineering in the secondary schools. If you are interested in reading more about PLTW, please visit www.pltw.org.
Are you interested in savings $100’s of dollars off next year’s tuition with minimal effort? We need Holy Apostles families to spread the word to relatives, friends, and neighbors. Get more info with the Refer-A-Family form.