About Holy Child

Ann Sullivan, Head of School
Linda Chandler, Head of High School
Julie Crane, Head of Middle School
Emily Walker Bracchitta, Director of College Counseling
Anita L. Walsh, Director of Admission

Staffed by a dedicated group of 69 full and part-time faculty, staff and administrators, six with Doctorate degrees, 60% with Master degrees, the school is academically challenging and provides a curriculum appropriate to students’ needs, interests, and abilities. Based on a trimester system, the program of studies includes honors and Advanced Placement courses. School of the Holy Child is registered by the New York State Board of Regents and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Memberships: National Association of Independent Schools, National Catholic Education Association, New York State Association of Independent Schools, Parents League of New York, Westchester Girls Athletic Association, National Association of College Admission Counselors, American Association for Counseling and Development, Educational Records Bureau, Council for Religion in Independent Schools, Secondary School Admission Test Board, Alumni Program Council for Independent Schools

Entrance: Admission is selective and based on prior academic record, standardized test results, recommendations and personal interview.

Enrollment: School enrollment for Grades 5-12 is 297. Faculty-student ratio is 1:7. Average class size is 17 students.

Scholastic Aptitude Test: Median SAT scores for the Class of 2000: Verbal: 570, Math: 560.

Class Rank: School of the Holy Child does not rank its students

National Honor Society: Students are selected for the National Honor Society in the spring of their junior year.

Post Secondary Schooling of Graduates: 100 percent of seniors are accepted to four-year colleges and universities.