Join us in support of The Mary K. Hopkins Fund for Innovative Classrooms, providing the foundation for continual improvements in program and professional development to keep the Innovate the Space program leading-edge for faculty and for students.

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Just over 50 years old, Holy Child is beginning a new era of alumnae relations with the launch of this council with the mission is to reach out to the full alumnae community to reengage alumnae with each other and with Holy Child.

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Since 1961, Connelly School of the Holy Child has been educating young women according to the mission of our foundress, Cornelia Connelly. Our focus has always been to respect the uniqueness and dignity of each student, sending them out into the world to live lives of joy, zeal, and compassion. Read our Strategic Vision… and let’s believe in our future together.

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Middle means something entirely different at Holy Child. We know that middle school is a central point where you get into the thick of your educational journey. It’s not a time where you should get lost in the shuffle, waiting for high school to begin. It’s not a time for crowd control either, or for hopping from one classroom to another, hardly noticed by your teachers.

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Cornelia Connelly founded the Society of the Holy Child Jesus in England around 1846. She was anything but typical. She was an American-born wife and mother and a zealous convert who became the founder of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus.

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“Let me begin by expressing our sincere gratitude to our parents, families, friends, teachers, and all who helped us get where we are today…” Read Samantha Boccia’s Senior Address during Graduation 2016. Sam is now at Georgetown University.

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This summer, Upper School Religion Teacher Lauren Walter had the incredible opportunity to travel to Krakow, Poland for World Youth Day with Pope Francis. The trip came together in a most unexpected manner, beginning with an invitation to volunteer at World Youth Day by two young Dominican friars who visited her Religion classes here at Holy Child last year.

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