A Student-Focused Approach to Counseling.
In keeping with the mission of the Network of Holy Child Schools, the college counseling process endeavors to develop mature persons capable of making choices which enrich their own lives and contribute to the lives of others.
Students develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their particular aspirations, and they gain the confidence to make decisions that will allow them to lead fulfilling and meaningful lives.
Selecting a college is such an important decision—one that is filled with both excitement and so often a large dose of uncertainty.
With our student-focused approach, we work extensively with each girl and her family to ensure that she is applying to a selection of colleges that best fit her individual talents, goals, abilities. It is a personal decision—one that is made after careful consideration, discussion, and research.
Holy Child graduates excel in college.
We’re here to help you connect with a college you will love -
and that fits you best.
40 AP/Honors courses in science, math, English, social studies and world languages
Dual enrollment with Marymount University in select Spanish, biology, art history and religion courses
Participation in the PSAT and PreACT, with ability to review results alongside the test booklet
Holy Child is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and affirms its Statement of Principles of Good Practice, a code of ethical conduct that articulates the responsibilities of college members, secondary school members, and independent counselors in the admission process. In addition, Holy Child affirms NACAC’s Statement of Students’ Rights and Responsibilities in the College Admission Process. Although college counseling is primarily focused on students and their families during the junior and senior years, questions that students or their parents may have throughout their time at Holy Child are welcomed.
We are here to help navigate this process.
- Visiting Colleges
- College Financial Aid