Graduates of Holy Child schools have experienced on a daily, long-term basis how Holy Child Sisters – and those entrusted with education in the spirit of the Society – pray, relate to others, and live their appreciation for the individuality of every child and young adult entrusted to their care.
A Holy Child education is an immersion in what it means to live an Incarnational life in the spirit of the Society. It is characterized by trust, joy, reverence for each person, and confidence in a good and loving God. And it invites imitation as a response.
Holy Child alums share in the mission of the Society by raising their children in ways consistent with the spirit and educational philosophy of Holy Child, by bringing that educational philosophy to their own work in educational ministries, and by living lives marked by a love of God that is made manifest in “Actions Not Words”, and by a celebration of the gifts and graces of each individual.