Who We Are
Who We Are
Childhood is both a cherished time and a fleeting moment, a critical foundation and an enduring influence. It’s a stage in life that needs cultivating and care, protecting and celebrating. It deserves special effort, expert attention, and the space to grow with intention and kindness.
At Holy Child School at Rosemont, we believe in the magic of childhood. Here, we elevate early learning by providing students in preschool-grade 8 with an uplifting education, joyful opportunities, and a boundless childhood experience that allows kids to be kids.
Our challenging and creative program, based on the progressive educational philosophy of Sister Cornelia Connelly, centers on the idea that happy children learn better and focuses on teaching the whole child with love, respect, and patience.
In this inclusive, independent Catholic school community where all faiths are welcome, students become academically prepared, kind, confident leaders who are ready to shine in the next phase of their education.
Learn more about who we are as a school and community by reading our vision and mission statements, and the education philosophy that guides our approach to education.
Our Vision Statement
Nurturing Excellence in a Joyful Catholic Community.
Holy Child School at Rosemont provides an intellectually challenging and creative program of study that fosters academic excellence in an independent, co-educational environment. Students are treated with reverence and respect, and are actively engaged in their education. The School does this in a Christian community, which follows the Catholic tradition, fostering a joyous, personal faith commitment.
Holy Child School at Rosemont helps children grow into persons capable of making choices which enrich their own lives and contribute to the lives of others. The School combines sound religious training with a strong academic program. Children live, work, and play in a Christian community which encourages them to exercise their freedom and to accept responsibility for their choices. As children grow in wisdom, knowledge and grace, they value themselves and others as children of God and endeavor to live out the principles learned in service.