Mission Statement

Holy Redeemer Catholic School is a faith-centered community, dedicated to living the principles of the Catholic Tradition rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our school's environment and curriculum challenge the full potential of each child and embrace a visionary approach toward academic excellence and life-long learning . 

Academic Honor Societies

National Junior Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society is an academic club that is by invitation only. The Holy Redeemer Chapter of the NJHS inducts members in the spring of each year. Students in the second semester of seventh and eighth grade are eligible for membership. Membership is an honor bestowed upon students who are outstanding in scholarship, character, leadership, citizenship and service. The minimum conditions for eligibility require at least two full semesters of attendance at Holy Redeemer, a cumulative GPA of 95.0% or higher and a good disciplinary record with no N or U on the Archdiocesan report card. 

Following application and notification of acceptance, a formal induction ceremony is held at the school to recognize all newly-selected members. Once inducted, NJHS members are expected to maintain the same high standards for which they were selected. Membership responsibilities include regular attendance at chapter meetings and active participation in individual and group service projects.

Tri-M Honor Society

Tri-M Music Honor Society is a group facilitated by the National Association for Music Education. To be selected as a member, students must meet the following criteria:

  • A 90% or better average in Music class
  • An 85% or better academic average
  • Involvement in a form of music performance outside of regular school music class
  • A commitment to service
  • Strong character
  • Clear faith


Following application and notification of acceptance, students are formally inducted. Once inducted, Tri-M members are expected to maintain the same high standards for which they were selected. Membership responsibilities include regular attendance at chapter meetings and active participation in group service projects.