• Holy Name Catholic School

    406 Willow Coffeyville, KS 67337
    Phone: 620-251-0480
    Fax: 620-251-1651
    Office Hours: 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

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  • Catholic Everywhere

    No matter where we are, we represent the Catholic faith.

  • Catholic First

    Holy Name Catholic School, while providing excellence in education, strives to be first and foremost, true disciples and stewards of Christ.

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Announcements

  • Yearbook Sales - Dec 1 -15 +

    Holy Name Catholic School yearbooks will go on sale beginning on Friday, December 1st. Our yearbook is planned to include: Read More
  • Advent Prayer Services - Dec 4 - 18 +

    Advent will begin on Sunday, December 3. During the Advent season the 6th grade class will lead an Advent Prayer Read More
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena - Dec 4 - 12 +

    The students at Holy Name Catholic School will pray the "Our Lady of Guadalupe" Novena beginning on Monday, December 4 Read More
  • Gifts for Baby Jesus - Dec 4 - 15 +

    This year during the Advent season, we are planning on placing the “manger” in the hall (near the office) of Read More
  • Small Communities - Dec 15 +

    Small Communities will meet on Friday, December 15. We would like for students to wear their "Small Community" t-shirt and Read More
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Our Mission

Holy Name Catholic School unites parish and parents to provide a quality Catholic education, so students grow to know, love & serve God as a disciple of Jesus Christ.

What Parents Have to Say about Holy Name...

  •   We have sent all three of our children to Holy Name Catholic School. We have been incredibly pleased with not only the education they have received but also with the values they are learning.  We have seen the difference the focus on Respect, Responsibility, and Reverence have made in our kids and all of the Holy Name school children. Following these principles has given them a sense of responsibility for their own actions and to their community.  Not only are they being prepared to be good citizens, but they are also fully prepared academically when they transition to middle school.  Amy Ditmore (parent)  
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