We are busy rehearsing for our 2019 Christmas Pageant!  Take a listen!  We hope you can join us on Wednesday, December 19, 1:00pm in our Gym.  Merry Christmas!

We  await  Him.


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.


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.


Friday, December 14, 2018

“God, Advent is a time of joy and cheer, where we prepare for Jesus’ birth every year.  We look forward to Christ’s second coming near and far will be strumming their instruments and then the people will sing “this is Jesus, the Messiah and King!” We celebrate Advent in December, and it is a time that we remember that Jesus is born and as He lays, we love Him and to Him we will praise.  We wait and wait for Christ to be born, we’d celebrate and worship, but not have to mourn.”

6th grader, Molly Quakenbush

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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.