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Would you like to see Holy Child’s campus in-person? Take a tour of campus the week of January 4th to see the classrooms, community spaces, and outdoor facilities. Holy Child students will be learning virtually the week of January 4th so the campus will be empty and safe to see in-person. Sign-up for tours on Tuesday, January 4th; Wednesday, January 5th; and Thursday, January 6th from 9am – 1pm via the button below.

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Join us for our Holy Child Middle School 101 on January 12th at 6pm. Middle school faculty and administrators will offer a 30 minute live virtual presentation about Holy Child academic life and student programs. Please register for the virtual event via the button below.

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Looking to hear directly from our middle school students? Follow us on Instagram to view our frequent Tiger Talks series where students answer questions from our followers about their Holy Child experience, favorite classes and traditions, and more!

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Connelly School of the Holy Child was founded in the 1800s by Cornelia Connelly, a forward-thinking woman. She established her schools to be responsive to the needs of the time, or in her words, to “meet the wants of the age.” This sentiment still rings true today! Holy Child’s small size, close community, and dynamic leadership allow us to be nimble and flexible with the everchanging world in which we live. Our innovative classrooms and 1:1 Microsoft Surface program provide engaging and rigorous learning environments on and off line.

Start your admissions process now by setting up your Admissions Portal. Your Admissions Portal will allow you to schedule a visit, submit an application, schedule an interview, and communicate directly with the Admissions Office.

Admissions Staff

Meghan Burke Cross
Director of Enrollment Management
301.365.0955 x2103

Paulina Hill Wright '05
Associate Director of Enrollment Management
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.