Holy Child School at Rosemont
- Private, Catholic
- BRYN MAWR, PA
Holy Child School at Rosemont Reviews
Rating 4 out of 5 4 reviews
We sent our three children to Holy Child and they received an extraordinary education. They emphasize strong fundamentals at HC, more so than our experience elsewhere. My kids have remained good friends with the kids they met while attending the school. Also diversity is a priority and there is big support for programs like Stepping Stones. Overall we’ve been very satisfied. So much better than Lower Merion schools the kids were in previously.
Holy Child School at Rosemont is an absolute wonder as far as ANY school public, private, religious etc..... goes. My son, who is 12 has been a student at HCSR since he was 3 years old. Started in nursery and is now in 7th grade. The school is a warm, loving, caring environment that teaches not only the necessary work for children to learn scholastically, but also how to be kind, considerate, compassionate and empathetic towards the world as a whole. I could not have asked for a better place for my child to learn and grow into the amazing preteen he is now. I can not say enough wonderful things about the school, staff and the other students. It truly is a joyful place!!!
The children are terrible at HC. I don’t know who or what this school attracts in terms of people wise but it makes the whole experience awful. People in my sons graduating class who I once thought were good children really appear differently online. Things I’ve heard from my innocent son prove that this school is not a good environment if you want your child to stay holy. You are a clown if you think this school is good for sending a pure kid to. The teachers for the the most part are nice except for one but he’s leaving the year my son has left too. Not worth the money I wish my son just went to public school sooner.
The teachers, staff, and community are devoted to the whole child. The academics are rigorous, yet fully scaffolded to support struggling learners. The children are the stars here and they take responsibility at an early age for making their school a place to where everyone can thrive.