Parent Commitment

Holy Family School parents are required to support the school and Parish in various areas.
  • Tuition and Fees
    • HFS Parents are required to pay Tuition, Fees and Other Charges in a timely fashion.
    • Tuition is billed monthly from August to May. Fee’s and other charges are billed throughout the year.
    • For additional and detailed information, please visit Tuition and Fees
  • Service Hours
    • HFS Parents are required to be an active participant in the Family Service Program.
    • For additional and detailed information, please visit Service Hours
  • Fundraising and Scrip – Combined Commitment
    • HFS Parents are required to actively support all Parent Guild School Fundraising activities.  The required combined fundraising/scrip commitment per family for the 2017-2018 school year is a minimum of $550.  This commitment can be met via support of the Scrip or Jog-a-thon  fundraiser or a combination of both.

    • For additional and detailed information, please visit Fundraising and Scrip 
  • Parish Involvement/Support
    • Holy Family School is committed to providing all students with a meaningful Catholic education. As primary educators, parents should feel compelled to support their child/children with a personal faith commitment to the parish. 
    • Families are required to attend Mass regularly, use donation envelopes regularly (minimum of $10 per week to the church collection) and participate and support Parish activities. The Parish will send quarterly reports. Families who fall below this may be subject to non-parishioner tuition rates.
    • Please visit Holy Family Church or Volunteer Opportunities for additional and detailed information
  • Mandatory Meeting Attendance
    • HFS Parents are required to be an active participant in their child(ren)’s education. At least one parent is required to attend a series of meetings throughout the school year to ensure they are well informed and involved in the goings on of the school.   These meetings may include the following:
      • Kindergarten Orientation
      • Back to School/Grade Level Articulation Night
      • Parent(s)/Teacher Conference
      • Technology Meetings  
      • Two Parent Guild General Meetings 
  • Safeguard the Children Compliance
    • In compliance with the Los Angeles Archdiocese, as well as the Holy Family School Admission Requirements, Holy Family School requires compliance with the Safeguard the Children Program to help ensure the safety of our children for the good of the entire school community.  
    • All parents and any school volunteer (Step-parent, legal guardian, grandparent, family member 18+, caregiver, etc) must be in full compliance by submitting the following to HFS and HF Church by August 14, 2017:
    • For additional and detailed information, please visit Safeguard the Children