Holy Family School is a fully accredited school with the State of Indiana, and was recognized in 2000-2001 as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, one of only 29 Catholic schools nationwide honored that year. Holy Family was awarded a second U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon award under the No Child Left Behind program in 2005. We are only the second elementary school in the state of Indiana to receive this award twice at this time. In 2004, Holy Family School was accepted into the North Central Association, a national accrediting organization that serves the Midwest. Holy Family School is also one of few schools to be named a Millennium Community by the State of Indiana in 2000. We are members of the National Catholic Education Association and the Indiana Non-public Education Association.
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