Actions Not Words.

2017-2018 Important Dates

AUGUST

Monday-Friday • 21-25
Preseason Workouts for Fall

Monday-Wednesday • 28-30
Fall Sports Tryouts

Tuesday • 29
Freshmen Orientation
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Wednesday • 30
Upper School Orientation
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

New Middle School Orientation
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.


SEPTEMBER

Monday • 4
Labor Day – No School

Tuesday • 5
First Day of School


OCTOBER

Monday • 9
Columbus Day – No School


NOVEMBER 

Friday • 10
Parent Teacher Conferences- No School

Friday • 17
Faculty Professional Development – No School

Tuesday-Monday • 21-27
Thanksgiving Break (Noon dismissal on 21)

Tuesday • 28
Students return from Thanksgiving Break


DECEMBER

Friday-Monday • 15- Jan. 1
Christmas Break (Noon dismissal on 15)

JANUARY 

Tuesday • 2
Students return from Christmas Break

Monday • 15
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – No School


FEBRUARY

Friday • 9
Parent Teacher Conferences – No School
8 a.m.-Noon

Friday • 16
Faculty Professional Development – No School

Monday • 19
Presidents’ Day – No School


MARCH

Monday-Monday • 26-April 2
Spring Break – No School


APRIL

Tuesday • 3
Students return from Spring Break

 

MAY

Monday • 28
Memorial Day – No School


JUNE 

Friday • 1
Graduation

Monday-Wednesday • 4-6
Upper School Exams

Thursday • 7
Middle School Closing

Leadership in Action

In addition to holding a leadership post in one of our many clubs or athletic teams, students may be elected to lead as a member of Student Council, or get chosen to be part of our Host/Ambassador Program.

Clubs and Organizations

We have always said: if you don’t find a club that interests you, start a new one! Over the years, our groups have included everything from Best Buddies (one of the most established) to the newly founded Club USA.

Service

Service has become a requirement at so many schools, where it’s all about noting hours and checking off lists. At Holy Child, service to others is a way of life, part of the tapestry of the rich experience here. Our students routinely reach out to the wider community with, as one of our network goals state, “joy, zeal and compassion.”

Campus Ministry

Creative prayer and lively worship are central to our life as a Holy Child community. We always like to quote the saying, “singing is praying twice,” and it epitomizes how we approach the spiritual part of the Holy Child experience.

Counseling

As an all girls’ school with more than half a century of experience, we know intimately that the emotional, the spiritual, and the academic are all intertwined in the success of any student. It is our mission to serve the whole student, her academic endeavors, her emotional growth, and her spiritual development.

Believe.

Begin at Holy Child.

Staff

Julie Burke
Upper School Dean of Students
301.365.0955 x2239

Trish Fraser
Assistant Dean of Students
301.365.0955 x2114

Elizabeth Billett
School Counselor
301.365.0955 x2116

Lisa Orosa
Middle School Religion/Campus Minister
301.365.0955 x2141

Meg Russell
Upper School Religion/Campus Ministry
301.365.0955 x2223