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Holy Child School at Rosemont

Thomas G. Lengel, Head of School
Map1344 Montgomery Ave.
Rosemont, PA 19010
  • Independent School


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.

Points of Pride: Our graduates leave Holy Child School at Rosemont prepared for their high school careers. In a recent alumni survey, 95% of respondents strongly agreed that Holy Child School at Rosemont prepared them well for their futures. Our graduates are able to attend the high school of their choice.

HS Short Description

Holy Child School at Rosemont is the best choice for families who believe that the first years of a child’s education play an out-sized role in helping achieve a life of happiness, contribution, and success. Students develop leadership skills in 21st-century classrooms, based on the progressive Holy Child education model of Foundress Cornelia Connelly. The education we offer respects and honors the four dimensions of every child’s life: the intellectual, the spiritual, the physical, and the emotional.

Additional Information:

Select State: PA
County: Montgomery
Grades of School: *PreK
Gender: Coed
Enrollment: 315
Religious affiliation: Roman Catholic
Students per teacher: 8:1
Tuition: $6,715-$22,350
Financial aid offered?: yes
Technology programs, what grade offered?: 1:1 program, student-created virtual reality projects; MAD (Media, Arts, and Design) Lab grades 5-8, Maker Space, coding grades 1-8; iPads in early childhood
Standardized test scores: High proficiency
World languages taught and year in which instruction begins: Spanish-PK
Extracurricular Activities: Academic/literary clubs
Community service
Instrumental music
Visual arts
Vocal music
School climate (what are you known for?): Academic rigor
Community service
Warm community
Some special needs accommodated>: no
Summer program?: yes
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