Admissions Checklist

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CHECKLIST

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Application deadline for 9th grade applicants - December 11

Supporting documents and test scores due for 9th grade applicants - December 11

Application/supporting document deadline for middle school applicants - February 1

Application/supporting document deadline for transfer applicants - June 1

Set up your applicant/parent interview (middle school and upper school applicants). Interviews take place via Microsoft Teams at 9am, 11am, 1pm, and 2pm - October 1 - February 1

Call the Admissions Office to set up these interviews: 301-365-0955

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

Recommendation Forms

  • For applicants applying to middle school, please use this form
  • For applicants applying to upper school who are currently enrolled in an Archdiocese of Washington school, please use this form
  • For applicants applying to upper school who are not currently enrolled in an Archdiocese of Washington school, please use this form

Standardized Test Scores

Holy Child does not require the submission of standardized test scores. If the applicant has taken a standardized test at her current school within the last calendar year, you are welcome to include those scores as a component of the submission of her transcript. It is the preference of the applicant and her family as to whether or not you choose to submit standardized test scores. If submitted, standardized test scores will be added to the applicant's file for admission for review by the committee. Applicants who chose to not submit scores will be not be penalized in any way.

Admissions Staff

Meghan Burke Cross
Director of Enrollment Management
301.365.0955 x2103

Paulina Hill Wright '05
Admissions Associate
301.365.0955 x2106

It has been and will continue to be the policy of Connelly School of the Holy Child to be fair and impartial in all of its relations with its applicants and to make all related decisions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, or any other categories protected by federal, state, or local law.