Calculus (AB and BC)
Language and Composition
Literature and Composition
United States History
Algebra II / Trigonometry
Integrated Science: Mechanisms of Change
Government and Law
Our onsite collection includes more than 13,000 books, periodicals, newspapers, audio books, multimedia resources, reference online databases and encyclopedias. There is also a technology center for individual and group projects. We also have a massive fireplace for wintertime.
Having a heart for service is a core belief at Connelly School of the Holy Child. As we seek to educate young women to be all that God created them to be, we are mindful to instill virtues and selflessness in the hearts of our students. Service must be more than a charitable act. It must come from a lively faith and a desire to love as Christ loves, to serve as Christ serves.
The college counseling process at the Connelly School of the Holy Child strives to uphold the vision of Cornelia Connelly, who created an educational program where the uniqueness and dignity of every person was paramount. The individuality of each student is respected and valued, and the college selection process reflects that individuality.
The Holy Child Senior Internship Program is designed give each senior an opportunity to explore her career interests and gain experience working in a professional environment. It is a graduation requirement for each senior and must consist of 40 hours or 5 work days performed on-site at a business or non-profit organization.
Are you fascinated by travel, culture, and world languages? Would you love to see your studies in action?
Holy Child puts its global conversations and approach into action with yearly study abroad trips during spring and summer breaks. These trips immerse you in other cultures, discovering new customs around the globe while learning academic topics firsthand. Our destinations vary from year to year, as we adapt to our community and keep the trips exciting for students.
Spring Break 2015 sent two groups abroad: our musical director (and colleague) took a group around Europe, where the girls discovered among other things culture, art, and toured through Munich, Prague, Budapest, Vienna, and Salzburg. Two of our teachers led another group to Jamaica with Food for the Poor.