(San Antonio, Texas) Holy Cross of San Antonio students raise funds for cancer research during the month of October as part of Breast Cancer Awareness.
The National Honor Society (NHS) students took the initiative to bring about education and awareness on campus. Ms. Jennette Kralik is a science instructor and sponsor for the NHS group. On Oct. 7, all students on campus will wear pink on what has been designated as “Pink Day!” said Ms. Kralik. Pink shirts and pink ribbons have been created by the NHS students and the proceeds will be donated to the charity of choice for cancer research.
“Holy Cross of San Antonio encourages our students to participate in community and social concerns, ” said Mr. Henry Galindo, Principal.
“The Holy Cross student is encouraged to become involved in the well-being of the community,” said Galindo. “I’m proud to see our students setting an example of excellence.”
Holy Cross of San Antonio is an independent Catholic co-educational middle and high school. The Brothers of Holy Cross founded the school in 1957 steeped in tradition and education. Holy Cross serves as the only co-educational college preparatory school centrally located in San Antonio’s Westside. Based on the principals of the Brothers of Holy Cross, the school’s educational mission helps break the cycle of poverty and opens doors to higher education. For more information, visit www.holycross-sa.com or call 210.433.9395.
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HOLY CROSS OF SAN ANTONIO
SHINING FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD
News Release Issued 10-6-2010