Step 1: Set up your Admissions Portal. In order to set up a visit and/or apply, you will need to create an account in our Admissions Portal. Click the button below. You will be prompted to fill out an inquiry form and once that is completed you will receive a confirmation email with your log-in and password.
Step 2: Visit Us! Set up a tour, register for Open House, or schedule a Tiger for A Day visit.
Step 3: Submit the online application. The upper school application deadline is Friday, December 9. Supporting documents are due on Friday, December 16.
Step 4: Both students and parents are interviewed in our application process. Schedule your interview by emailing email@example.com or call 301-365-0955.
Step 5: Submit official transcripts for your current and previous year of school. Transcripts should come directly from your current school by Friday, December 16.
Strength Assessment and Standardized Test Scores
Holy Child Admission Strength Assessment- Holy Child conducts its own admissions testing. Students will be required to demonstrate their ability to analyze text and respond to questions in writing. These assessments will be conducted on our campus. Please choose a date in your portal to sit for the assessment.
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 choose to not submit scores will not be penalized in any way.
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.