AHA News & Happenings

Winter Sports & Activities Highlights

Winter sports and activities are in full swing with many congratulations are in order!

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AHA Students Give Back this Christmas Season

AHA students have been busy with many different service projects throughout the month.

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Ninth Graders pack meals & build community

AHA 9th graders participated in the 4th annual Service & Fun day on Dec. 7th.

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Fall 2016: Communique Spotlight: alumni impact

Tags: Alumni News

By Major Gifts/Alumni Officer Jesse Foley '89 The Holy Angels mission, alumni and the impact on our world

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Booster Club Steak Fry: Record-breaking success!

2016 Booster Club Steak Fry & Auction raises $80,000 for AHA athletics, activities and fine arts.

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Give to the Max is a success!

The mission of Academy of Holy Angels (AHA) is to make our students STARS. We provide our students with great college preparation, daily faith formation and service opportunities, and a rich activities program encompassed within a warm, supportive community. To fund our mission, we need your help! Annual gifts are critical because they collectively support nearly 20 percent of our programs. Plus, these gifts support scholarship and financial aid for more than 250 students!

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STARS Volleyball Advance to State Tournament

AHA's Volleyball team advances to the State Tournament! First game is Thursday, November 10th at 5 pm at the Xcel Center vs. Kenyon-Wanamingo High School. Come cheer on the STARS!!

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Volleyball and Football advance to Section Championships

Tags: Student News, Parent News, Alumni News

Volleyball plays Thursday at Bloomington Kennedy and Football plays Friday at Benilde-St. Margarets

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Alumni Newsletter - October and November 2016

Tags: Alumni Newsletter

It’s been an exciting school year at AHA with continued momentum in our alumni engagement programming.

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Thorpe '18 saves 4 penalty kicks, sending AHA Girls Soccer Team to Section Championship

"Last night the girls soccer team pulled off a shocking upset of the 16-1-1 and top-ranked Visitation Blazers to advance to Thursday's section title game.

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