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Traditions & Celebrations

At the School of Saints Faith, Hope and Charity, there are a host of yearly events and traditions that bring the students together, promote school spirit and create memories to last a lifetime. Examples include:
  • Halloween Costume Parade
  • Santa’s Breakfast
  • Field Day
  • Hope Ceremony
  • May Crowning
  • Eighth Grade Play
  • Rosary in the classrooms led by mothers
  • Misericordia Art Collaborative
  • Talent Show
  • Daddy Daughter Dance
  • Mother Son Bingo
  • 2nd Grade Wax Museum
  • 3rd Grade Living Saints Museum
  • Mardi Gras
  • Spelling & Geography Bees
  • Homecoming Spirit Week
  • Friday Night Football Games
  • Washington, D.C. Trip for 8th Grade Students
  • Springfield, IL Trip for 7th Grade Students
Parents also have excellent opportunities to meet each other through organized events. New families are paired with an FHC host family, in an effort to assist the family to assimilate into the School. Examples of parent events include:

  • Back to School Coffees
  • Back to School Night Out
  • Grade Hosted Sunday Mass
  • Mother/Son Bingo
  • Daddy/Daughter Dance
  • Santa’s Breakfast
  • Blarney Bash