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Service

We are so proud of 7th grade student, Natalie Stanczak!  Natalie spent Monday doing community service with her grandfather.  In keeping with a 100+ year old family tradition, Natalie and her grandfather were selling the Annual Detroit Old Newsboys Goodfellows paper.

https://www.clickondetroit.com/community/goodfellows-paper-sale-kicks-off-in-downtown-detroit

CYO Champions!

On Saturday, October 20, 2018, The St. Hugo Vikings Varsity football team was victorious at the 2018 Prep Bowl, the CYO Championship Game at Ford Field! The Vikings defeated St. Joan of Arc with a score of 34-0.
Congratulations to our 7th and 8th grade students, coached by Mr. Jim Nelson. Great job St. Hugo Vikings!

Real Men Wear Pink!

Teen raises cancer awareness with ‘real men wear pink’ campaign

A 14-year-old is raising cancer awareness with a ‘real men wear pink’ campaign.  Story told on WDIV.

OUR PRAYER OF THE DAY

Friday, January 18, 2019

“Mother Teresa says, “Let us not love by words alone, but let us love until it hurts.”  It cost Jesus to love us.  He even died for us.  Now it is our turn to love one another as Jesus loved us.  We must not be afraid to say “yes” to Jesus because there is no greater joy than His joy.  God, give us grace, the strength to be kind to students on the playground and throughout the day.  Amen.  St. Hugo, pray for us.”

5th grader – Zachary Wyciskalla

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St. Hugo of the Hills Catholic School is fully accredited with the Michigan Non-public School Accrediting Association (MNSAA).  St. Hugo of the Hills Catholic School has also received commendation from the National Federation of Nonpublic School State Accrediting Associations for meeting the rigorous requirements for accreditation and providing a high quality educational experience.