Please choose which one you'd like to participate in. There are only 12 spots for the DC Central Kitchen project and 6 spots for the Peace Camp opportunity. Those forms are below. There are other opportunities too, including Encounter the Gospel of Life (July 9-14, UMD College Park, $500), Camp Cornelia (July 8-16, NYC, $600), Nazareth Farm (WV, July 16-21, $300). For information on these trips and to sign up (there are only a few spaces available) contact Charlotte Barry.
DC Central Kitchen
If registration is full, you are welcome to contact Meg Russell to be placed on a wait list or to seek help finding an alternative program/placement with which to do service.
In addition to holding a leadership post in one of our many clubs or athletic teams, students may be elected to lead as a member of Student Council, or get chosen to be part of our Host/Ambassador Program.
We have always said: if you don’t find a club that interests you, start a new one! Over the years, our groups have included everything from Best Buddies (one of the most established) to the newly founded Club USA.
At Holy Child, service to others is a way of life, part of the tapestry of the rich experience here. Our students routinely reach out to the wider community with, as one of our network goals state, “joy, zeal and compassion.”
Creative prayer and lively worship are central to our life as a Holy Child community. We always like to quote the saying, “singing is praying twice,” and it epitomizes how we approach the spiritual part of the Holy Child experience.
As an all girls’ school with more than half a century of experience, we know intimately that the emotional, the spiritual, and the academic are all intertwined in the success of any student. It's our mission to serve the whole student.
We provide the opportunity for a Holy Child education to a diverse group of young women while creating curricula and programs that embrace the multicultural and economic reality of our community, society and world.