Aug 242010

(San Antonio, Texas) Holy Cross of San Antonio’s qualifying students received tuition assistance for academic year 2010-2011.  Seventy-two (72) enrolled students received a total of $83,900 made possible from the Hope for the Future fund and 45 families totaling 63 students received $41,050 from Holy Cross of San Antonio’s scholarship program.

“Holy Cross of San Antonio has always been about creating educational opportunities for those families on the City’s West and South sides, ” said Brother Stanley Culotta, C.S.C., M.D., President.

“The school has been responsive to the educational needs of the community since 1957.  And we will continue to do our best to make Catholic Co-ed College Preparatory education affordable and accessible to the families who choose private education,” said Brother Culotta.

For more information on how to apply and enroll, contact the Admissions Office (210) 433-2178,

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Aug 232010

Alumni & Friends

Please take a moment to fill out a survey regarding the Holy Cross Alumni Association.  We are interested in hearing your thoughts.

The results will be tabulated on September 14th and reviewed at the mid-September Alumni Association meeting.  The meeting date will be published in the September Knight Newsletter.

The survey results will also be published in the October Knight Newsletter.

To take the survey, click on the link or copy it into your browser.  Once you finish with the 10 questions, click on “Done”.

Thank you in advance for your feedback and time.

Survey Link:

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Aug 222010

Holy Cross Medical Center

The only Holy Cross medical facility is at 590 N. General McMullen. The telephone number is: (210) 249-0212. The medical office on Bandera is NOT connected with Holy Cross. Bro. Stanley is at the medical office at 590 N. General McMullen on Thursday afternoons from 1:00 to 5:00 PM. After the weather changes he will be at the medical office also on Saturday mornings from 9:00 AM to 12:00 NOON.

Aug 222010


Corporal Jesus “Jesse” Robledo class of 1967, member of the U. S. Marines was killed in Viet Nam on August 21, 1968. Today, a group of Holy Cross Alumni gathered at Sacred Heart Church for a memorial Mass. Jesse and many of those attending graduated from Sacred Heart Elementary School before enrolling at Holy Cross. Among those attending were Jesse’s mother and younger brother, Thomas Robledo ’68. Other alumni were: Sam Martin ’68, Roger Gomez ’68, Roger Hernandez ’67, Hector Moreno ’68, Roger Trevino ’68, Robert Galvan ’67, Gerard “Buster” Galvan ’68, Dr. Roger Arredondo ’67, Gene Chavez ’67, Robert Ramirez ’67 and Jimmy Aguilar ’67.

Sam Martin presented Mrs. Robledo with a U. S. Flag and a framed collection of medals and recognitions earned by Jesse. The original awards were lost in a fire. It is believed that Jesse is the only alumnus killed in the Viet Nam War.