Ms. Judy Halli
St. Joseph College, BA in French, English, Secondary Education, Theology
University of Virginia, MA, French
University of Alabama, PhD coursework in education administration, AA certification

Holy Spirit Elementary - taught grades 6-8
Holy Spirit Elementary - Principal
Holy Spirit High School - taught English and Religion
Holy Spirit High School - Principal
Holy Spirit High School -- theology and English
About Me

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Ms. Judith Halli attended Catholic schools from first grade through college. After graduating from St. Joseph College with a BA in French and English, secondary education and theology, she received an MA from the University of Virginia.

Since moving to Tuscaloosa in 1972, Ms. Halli has worked at Holy Spirit School teaching sixth, seventh, and eighth grades, serving as principal of the elementary school, and teaching English and religion classes in the high school. She has continued her education at the University of Alabama, where she has completed course work for a PhD in educational administration. She currently teaches theology and English classes.

Ms. Halli has watched the Holy Spirit School community grow over the years, and is proud of the contributions that Holy Spirit students and faculty have made in service to others, not only in their local communities, but in the broader communities of the church and world.  Ms.Halli enjoy reading, especially mystery novels, and  watching  sports. 
Ms. Halli has two children, Anne and Joe.   Anne  and her husband Mike are currently   living in Tuscaloosa, where Anne works for the University of Alabama School of Medicine as a geriatrician. They have two children, Erin who is a third grader at Holy Spirit this year,and Callen, who is in kindergarten.  Joe, and his wife Kate, live in Chicago, where he works for the Chicago Public School system.  Joe and Kate have a son, James, who is fifteen months old.
In addition to her work at Holy Spirit, Ms. Halli is an adjunct faculty member of
the Honors College faculty at the University of Alabama where she teaches UH 101