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Bye Bye Birdie Cappies Review

Return to News Page Bye Bye Birdie Receives Great Cappies Review   This article was originally published at www.mdtheatreguide.com. Click here to read the full review submitted by Emily Townsend. The rock and roll cast and crew of the Connelly School of the Holy Child’s theater department excited audiences with their charming and comedic performance…

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Reminders to Keep Calm by Dani DiPirro ’01

Click here for more of Positively Present. Return to News Page Positively Present‘s 15 Reminders for Keeping Calm During a Pandemic By Dani DiPirro ’01, founder of Positively Present Things are tough right now. With coronavirus circling the globe, impacting nearly every citizen on Earth, the world is a weird place right now. We’re all…

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E-Learning Checklist

Holy Child’s E-Learning Environment Checklist What will e-learning look like for Holy Child students? Holy Child will continue to follow our five-day rotation schedule (as outlined in our calendar). It is expected that students attend every class during the typical day/time you would originally meet. Classes may be “live” which means you will receive your…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Marguerite Bottorff ’06

Return to News Page Alumnae Spotlight: Marguerite Bottorff, Class of 2006 Some of the best memories stem from sitting around a table, sharing a meal with friends and family, talking about your day, telling a funny story, or just simply being there with one another. Class of 2006 alumna Marguerite Bottorff said this kind of…

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Museum Makers Program Reflection

Return to News Page National Gallery of Art Museum Makers Reflection Last fall, I had the fantastic opportunity to participate in a program called Museum Makers, sponsored by the National Gallery of Art. Fifteen students from different students came together to learn how to interpret different artworks and the inner workings of a museum. By…

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The Turf Field: A Reflection of Resiliency and Community

Return to News Page The Turf Field: A Reflection of Resiliency of the Field and What it Means to be a Community I remember the first time I saw the field at Holy Child. I was in 4th grade, arriving late to my first game of a lacrosse tournament. As my mom pulled into the…

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Staff Spotlight: Javier Guzman

“Ever since I was born, Holy Child has felt like home to me — it’s how my dad has always treated it. He cares for the facilities and the community like it’s his own, and it’s given us so much in return.” – Michelle Guzman ’08, Javier’s daughter “Javier is a true representative of Holy…

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Academic Spotlight: Academic Support

“I hope the Academic Support Program and Holy Child as a whole can continue to support the development of resilience and confidence in young women.” – Nicki Iadarola Return to News Page Academic Spotlight: Nicki Iadarola ’05 and Holy Child’s Academic Support Program   “Difficulties exist only to be overcome.” – Cornelia Connelly When creating…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Kristen Danley ’04

Alumnae Spotlight: Kristen Danley, Class of 2004 When choosing a career path, Kristen Danley’s advice is simple: listen to the part of you that gets excited. The Holy Child Class of 2004 alumna speaks from experience after many a 24-hour shift at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Kristen tells us the moment she realized how much…

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Women and Investing Alumnae Panel

Return to News Page Women and Investing Alumnae Panel Reflection In an effort to strengthen Holy Child’s alumnae network, the Alumnae Council hosted its first educational panel last week in Bethesda, MD. The panel was the investing class everyone wished they had in college! The discussion featured three panelists (Giselle Cruz Colavita ’96, Sarah Novak…

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