A graduate of the University of Mount Union, where he majored in history and education, Mr. Joey Keleman has taught at HN for three years. His courses include nutrition, first aid, and weightlifting. He also serves as HN’s assistant director of admissions and varsity football and baseball coach.
HN students recently volunteered at Stearns Farm, the Cleveland APL, the Cleveland Food Bank, including a food distribution event at the Muni Lot, the Strongsville Horticultural Garden, and the Cleveland Metroparks.
A 1985 graduate of HN and 30-year veteran teacher, Mr. Ed McDonnell earned his Bachelor of Science in Education at Bowling Green State University. He taught for two years at Regina High School before coming to HN, where he currently teaches Chemistry and Honors Chemistry. Mr. McDonnell is also the moderator of Fishing Club, Medical Careers Club, and Film Club.
In his 23rd year of teaching, Mr. Michael Palcisko has, for the past four years, taught freshman theology at HN. Prior to joining the HN faculty, Mr. Palcisko taught for 10 years at Cleveland Central Catholic.
HN math teacher Mr. Anthony Lanza earned his BS in mathematics from Grove City College and his M.Ed from Grand Canyon University. He is currently in his fourth year at HN, where he teaches Algebra 2, Honors Algebra 2 with Trigonometry, and AP Calculus BC.
In her 13th year of teaching at HN, Art Department Chair Mrs. Beth Ryan earned her BA at Ursuline College and her MA at Case Western Reserve University. Her current courses include Design 1, Design 2, Drawing & Painting, CCP Art Foundations, Ceramics, and Portfolio.
A graduate of Baldwin Wallace, Mr. Joe Eiben has taught US History at Holy Name for the past five years. More recently, he added Intro to Philosophy to his course load. He also moderates Cooking Club, directs the Sunshine Committee, and participates in the Accreditation Committee.
It is with great excitement we invite the community to "Nine Luminous Voices," a show featuring nine Holy Name senior artists! The show is open this Saturday, April 23 from 1 to 6 PM at 78th Street Studios (1300 West 78th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44102), Gallery 202.
On Saturday, April 9, HN's members of the diocesan-wide group Catholic Schools for Peace and Justice (CSPJ) collaborated with students from Beaumont, St. Ignatius, and Walsh to host "A Night to Shine"—a dance for people with mental and physical disabilities from Empower Sports.