HCS has a long and proud history of educating students that become successful and contributing members to our community. While many changes have occurred in the 43 year history of the system, one thing that has remained the same is the quality of education the students receive.

HCS began this academic year with 72 students– all promising, enthusiastic, and most willing to learn. The cost per student at HCS continues to increase. While financial aid is offered to families in need, HCS can’t continue to do this alone.

Your donation can really make a difference. With your support, we can continue to provide an excellent education to area youth and sustain our long-standing history of producing the highest achieving students who become contributing members of our local communities.

Your assistance will further our mission of nurturing and educating children through academic excellence, spiritual formation and development of our students. Your involvement – whether through current fundraising activities, donations or volunteer work – builds and strengthens HCS and creates a vibrant community of support building a strong foundation for the future. Consider a donation to help keep Catholic Education alive and strong in the Holyland!

Be watching for more updates on the Alumini of HCS! We are still in need of many years worth of graduates. If you or someone you know happens to have an eighth grade graduation picture, we’d love to see it. Please consider scanning a copy and attaching it to the form below!




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HCS Graduating Classes – 2000’s

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HCS Graduating Classes – 1990’s

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HCS Graduating Classes – 1980’s

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HCS Graduating Classes – 1970’s

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Parent Testimonials

Wilkum Family One of the things I appreciate most about HCS is how the kids interact with one another as if it is the most natural thing in the world. Thank you for being great role models for the kids and for encouraging them to be great role models for the younger kids. I know Gregory is a better person because of his interaction with the 'big' kids. It really does make HCS a great place.

Wagner Family We send our children to CPES for many reasons. Small class sizes allow the dedicated teachers at CPES to focus on individual student needs. Academic rigor and Catholic values are a given. Most important to me is the emphasis placed on respect and kindness each day at CPES.

Ditter Family We send our kids to CPES to build strong values in them. The smaller classes allow plenty of opportunities for us as parents to be involved in the school.

Student Testimonials

Owen Jacobs
I like CPES because you get super smart!

Adam Lisowe - past student
As a sophomore I feel I am a lot farther in my classes than students that came from the public school. I was taught very early in my education that I needed to be responsible for getting my work organized and done. I was taught very good study habits that have followed me through my current high school years. Thanks to CPES I am on track to completing several college credits in high school which will help me financially and academically in college. CPES also taught me to be a leader and volunteer in our community, which will help me in years to come when applying for scholarships. CPES laid down a solid foundation for me to build the rest of my education on. I am grateful to my parents for making the decision to send me to CPES because it made a huge difference in my schooling and my life.

Anna Jacobs
I like CPES because I learn about Jesus and all the good things he did.

Mackenzie Ditter
I like it because we get to go to church every week and the teachers are really nice.