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Welcome to Holy Spirit! We are thrilled that you are interested in joining our family. Below are a few Frequently Asked Questions. If your question isn't answered never hesitate to contact Jessica Mitchell in the Enrollment Office at 205-553-5606, ext. 103 or


Once you are enrolled we will need a copy of your child's birth certificate and social security card. We will also need an up to date immunization card.

Our school day begins at 8am and ends at 3:05pm every day but Thursday. On Thursdays we dismiss at 2:15pm.

We do offer morning care beginning at 7am each day ($2/day). We also offer extended day that ends at 6pm ($12/day).

Yes! The Holy Spirit Catholic School uniform is traditional and conservative. Students must present a clean, neat, and modest appearance at all times. Our school uniforms are purchased through Dennis Uniforms beginning at the kindergarten level. You can order online or in person at their store in Birmingham. Their website is and our school code is BAHSTA. For more information on our school uniform policy click here.

We are excited to announce that Holy Spirit will be running it's own lunch program starting in the fall of 2021. This new lunch program will allow the school to offer our families more convenience, such as same day ordering, and an affordable, healthy lunch for their children.

Holy Spirit Catholic Schools holds Mass every Thursday at 8:15am. Different grades are in charge of the Mass every week. Students have the opportunity to participate in the planning of the Mass and they also have the opportunity to join the liturgical choir.

In the elementary school, you will be provided with a suggested reading list for your child's grade level. These books are not required but are encouraged. Grades 6-12 will receive instructions on summer reading at the beginning of the summer. For more information on summer reading for the elementary school click here. For more information on summer reading for middle/high school click here.

School supply lists will be provided by the school in the month of July. These lists will be sent by email. Students in grades 9-12 will find out in the first few days what sort of supplies they will need for the school year.

We have many sports at Holy Spirit for grades 7-12. Students have the opportunity to play football, basketball, volleyball, softball, golf, cross country, soccer, track, cheerleading, and bass fishing. If you are interested in any sports please contact our Athletic Director, Ricky Latham at 205-553-5606 or You can also check out our Athletics page.