Catholic schools educate diverse student bodies to form Catholic, person-centered learning communities; provide academic excellence through educational programs infused with Catholic doctrine and social teachings; serve and support society in the parish, civic, and global communities; graduate students who are critical thinkers, productive moral citizens, and spiritual leaders; and recognize and appreciate parents as the primary educators of their children.
"We the community of Holy Family of Nazareth Parish, are chosen as members of the Body of Christ, sent to witness His life, love and presence.
Holy Family Catholic Academy welcomes each child in Jesus’ name, developing within its students a love for God, learning and others.
As members of the Holy Family Catholic Academy community, we will -
Love others as Jesus loves us,
Learn so that we will become the people God created us to be, and
Lead others to the love and family of Jesus Christ.
Holy Family Catholic Academy endorses the call of the Catholic Bishops of the United States to express its educational ministry through the objectives of personal spirituality, social justice, and a strong academic program in accord with the Curriculum Guide for Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Dallas.
To develop the total Christian personality by instilling in the students a respect for life and reverence for Christian living.
To develop within the school a strong religious education program based on Catholic Theology, Scripture, Liturgical experience, and service so that each child will grow and develop in the Christian way of life.
To facilitate the intellectual, social, and physical development of each child through a variety of instructional methods such as small and large group instruction, departmental classes, and other tools for basic knowledge and formation.
To aid students in evaluation of their own capabilities and vocational possibilities.
It is the consensus of the faculty that every human being has a right to pursue knowledge corresponding with his/her dignity and God-given ability, regardless of background or sex. In the early years, education is often of the utmost importance because through education and guidance the children of today become the Catholic citizens of tomorrow.