Holy Name High School Wins Top Advertising Award

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Holy Name High School, a comprehensive college preparatory high school offering a Catholic-based curriculum, wins top award for Total Advertising Campaign in Admissions Advertising Awards sponsored by Admissions Marketing Report.

Holy Name High School, a comprehensive college preparatory high school offering a Catholic-based curriculum, announced that it has won the Gold Award for Total Advertising Campaign for Secondary Schools in the 21st Annual Admissions Advertising Awards sponsored by Admissions Marketing Report.

Over two thousand two hundred entries were received from all fifty states and several foreign countries in this competition. The Admissions Advertising Awards is the oldest, largest and most prestigious educational advertising awards competition in the country. The top honor in the “Secondary School” category was awarded for Holy Name’s “Ignite Your Spirit” campaign, written and designed by NAS Recruitment Communications, one of the nation’s largest recruitment solutions providers and headquartered in Cleveland.

“We’re thrilled that Holy Name High School has received this honor,” said Denise Amato, Senior Vice President of Creative and Chief Interactive Strategist at NAS. “They are truly an impressive organization. It was a pleasure for our creative professionals to develop a comprehensive campaign that resonated with their target audience and brought to life their unique culture."

“The ‘Ignite Your Spirit’ theme truly captured the essence of Holy Name, and effectively communicated the uniqueness of our school,” said President and Principal Benjamin Farmer. “NAS took the time to talk with faculty, students and alumni to identify our unique value proposition. And thanks to their efforts, all recruiting measurements are up over previous years.”

Holy Name High School is a Catholic, co-educational, diocesan high school located in Parma Heights, Ohio. The faculty and administration, in cooperation with parents, community and Church, aim at the full formation of the students' spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth in all academic and co-curricular programs.

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