Academic Resources

The Academic Support Program at Holy Child encourages and guides young women in the development of learning skills and personal management strategies that lead to building their self-confidence, independence, and passion for learning.

The Academic Support Office offers all students support in the areas of math, writing, study skills, and executive functioning. There are also academic support courses and coaching for students with a diagnosed disability.

These services are based on a variety of student’s needs and learning preferences. Students can be recommended to the Academic Support Center based on an identified learning disability and/or ADHD.

However, the Academic Support Center also coordinates academic intervention for students referred by faculty for academic support.

Other Opportunties

Academic Coaching

This program is a two-day a week course that is a coaching style approach to academic support.  It's customized to your needs and provides opportunities to  problem-solve and collaborate with your peers on what works best.

Math & Writing Center

Do you need individual or study group support. Located in the library, you can make an appointment in advance to receive assistance on work that is challenging, target skills, or review assignments. 

Learning Lab

You can also receive academic coaching and support after school, Monday-Thursday from 3:30 p.m. -4:30 p.m.  Located in the lower level of Connelly Hall, it's open to all students to collaborate and problem-solve.