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Open House

October 29

10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Shadow Visits

Upper School

10 Dates • Sept. - Dec.

Preview Days

Middle School

5 Dates • Oct. - Jan.

Parent Edu

"What is she thinking?"

4 Sessions • Sept. - Jan.

New Year Resources

This year we've put our summer mailing packet online so we can easily add to it and update you about any revisions. You'll find everything from summer reading assignments to health forms, from lunch information to uniform prep, find it online in a way that you can easily see when and what you need.

Stories

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2016 New Faculty and Staff

We are so excited to start the new school year! Read more about our new faculty and staff members as well as current members who are changing roles.

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Summer Experiences

We’re covering the ongoing activities of Holy Child students during the magic months of summertime. Their experiences vary widely from service to academics to travel. It’s another picture of how our students are learning now and preparing for their next steps.

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Exploring Career Choices through Internships

TheHoly Child internship program provides seniors the opportunity to explore their career interests and gain experience working in a professional environment. The program is organized by longtime Holy Child Teacher Cindy Kahan with the support of homeroom advisors. Students plan their internships in the fall of their senior year and spend time onsite in May.

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8th Grade Graduation 2016

Congratulations 8th grade graduates! You did it. More importantly, you’re ready to tackle any challenge and embrace all the victories that Upper School will offer. See the graduation photo gallery.

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Blast Off!

On Saturday, April 30, engineer Sean Tully, of Orbital ATK, showed a group of Holy Child students, plus some others from area middle schools, how NASA launches rockets to send supplies to the International Space Station.

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Graduation 2016

The Class of 2016 is on their way to great colleges around the country and a tremendous record of achievement goes with them. More than 60% received college merit aid, several signed on to play college athletics, and all of are ready to dive into college with success.

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We invite you to read the first edition of The Willow, a student-led online newspaper.

Middle School

Middle School is a formative time where you gain confidence about yourself – as a student, friend, citizen and daughter. At Holy Child, we realize the importance of academics in relation to the more complete picture of who you are as a young woman.

We provide a place of responsibility and trust, rigor and joy, support and sisterhood.

Starting in sixth grade, each student has her own Surface. That means you will stay even better organized, submit assignments online, and ask your teachers questions anytime. You’ll also learn how to do the best research, which means you’re gaining skills for today that will also help in high school and college.

Upper School

Upper School brings challenge and accomplishment as you uncover your core strengths whether its science, math, writing, language or the arts. It's probably a combination. Grades 9-12 is also a time to figure out what challenges you too. And, as you know already, it's not always the easiest time emotionally or socially.  

Our teachers and class preparation is rigorous. We have graduates go to top colleges and excel because of their preparation here, but rigor is only the beginning. You can't stop there and that can't be all high school is about. We know that it's so much more, including the joy of learning and being in a caring community.

DID YOU HEAR IT?

More than 60% of the Class of 2016 received college merit scholarships!

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Meet Dr. Shannon Gomez

Dr. Gomez is Head of School at Holy Child. She has experience in Catholic education at the elementary, secondary and college levels. Before coming to Holy Child in 2014, she was principal at La Reina High School in Thousand Oaks, Calif., a 600-student, all-girls’ school.

She holds a master’s in education from California State University, Fullerton, and an Ed.D. in educational leadership for social justice from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. In her doctoral work, she concentrated on leadership and the future of Catholic schools.

Be then like the Holy Child Jesus in your thoughts, in your words, and in your actions.

 

Cornelia Connelly

A Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young women grades 6 through 12.

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