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Affording Holy Child

Everything you do is to support your child's future.

You want the absolute best for your child—so do we. Our primary purpose is to see your child flourish—helping them leverage their academic curiosity, positively impact their community, and empower themselves and others.

At Holy Child School at Rosemont, your child will expand their knowledge and take calculated risks in a safe environment where they are supported by nurturing, encouraging faculty. They’ll engage with a curriculum that encourages curiosity, builds character, and sharpens life-long problem-solving skills. And it will all take place in a joyful community that celebrates childhood and recognizes that it deserves special effort, expert attention, and the space to grow with intention and kindness.

Choosing the right school for your child is the first step—finances are the next.

Our founder, Cornelia Connelly, believed that all children deserve an intellectually challenging and creative program of study, delivered in a loving and supportive environment.

Below is our tuition rates for the 2023–2024 school year.

Holy Child Tuition 2023-2024
Grade Rate
Young Falcons $10,100
Falcons $13,300
PreKindergarten - Half-Day $20,400
PreKindergarten - Full-Day $22,300
Kindergarten $23,700
Lower School (Grades 1-4) $25,400
Middle School (Grades 5-8) $28,200

Tuition includes all mandatory fees.

Financial Aid: Let’s work together to provide your child with an exceptional education.

You might not think an independent school education is within your family’s financial grasp. But to make Holy Child School at Rosemont accessible to the best and brightest students from all backgrounds, we commit nearly one million dollars in need-based financial aid each year to more than 40% of the student population.

Our financial aid is funded through the school’s endowment, operating revenue, and Pennsylvania’s EITC/OSTC program. There are no merit-based scholarships available at Holy Child; all aid is need-based as determined by a neutral third party.

Complete the Parents' Financial Statement (PFS) via the School and Student Services for Financial Aid (SSS) website.

If you have questions, we are happy to help.