School of the Holy Child inducted seven new members into its Cornelia Connelly Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) Tuesday, May 21. As a part of the induction ceremony, each inductee received a certificate, the official NHS pin and signed the induction book. Together the new inductees recited the NHS pledge before receiving well-wishes from the ceremony's keynote speaker Rebecca Povec, English Department faculty.
Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) recently honored the student-athletes in the FAA who have earned All-League or Honorable Mention Honors for outstanding performance in athletics. Approximately 30 student-athletes were honored from various teams, including cross country, volleyball, basketball, field hockey, soccer, squash, lacrosse, softball, and tennis. Congratulations Gryphons!
This spring, seventh-graders spent three days on Cape Cod studying coastal oceanography and observing whales as practicing field biologists.Working with scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution—the world's largest private, non-profit oceanographic research institution—students got a behind the scenes look at ocean science research and marine life.
For the second summer in a row, School of the Holy Child is partnering with Successful Study Skills 4 Students (S4) to offer summer study skills workshops for local middle and high school students. The workshops will be held Aug. 20–23 from 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. at Holy Child's Rye campus, 2225 Westchester Avenue.
Seniors at School of the Holy Child have been accepted at a wide range of colleges and universities, many of which are the students' first-choice school—including acceptances at Boston College, Brown, Bucknell, Cornell, Elon, Fairfield, Fordham, Georgetown, Harvard, Harvey Mudd, Johns Hopkins, Lehigh, Loyola Maryland, McGill, Miami University – Ohio, MIT, Northeastern, Notre Dame, Providence, St Andrews – Scotland, Tulane, University of Michigan, University of Texas – Austin, Villanova, among others.