Holy Child Catholic Parish
Holy Child Catholic School is closely interwoven with Holy Child Catholic Parish. Students often serve as altar servers at weekday and Sunday Masses, participate in the St. Vincent de Paul Youth Club, and sing in the school choir at Thursday Mass. Students and teachers lector at weekday Masses.
The parish pastor - Fr. Mark Granito - is also the head of the school and works with Principal Martinez to guide the school in virtue and holiness. Many families from HCCS belong to Holy Child Catholic Parish and contribute to its many ministries.
Parish support is a major factor in HCCS's continued existence and parishioners give of their time, talents, and resources to assist the school with its mission. To learn more about the parish, please click on the image above or the button below to visit the parish website.
Many of the male students serve the parish as altar boys.
Students in Grades 3-8 are able to participate in the school choir and sing for Mass.
Students in Grades 6-8 may volunteer as lectors for weekday Masses. Teachers also serve as lectors on weekdays.
Students in Grades 4-8 participate in the St. Vincent de Paul Youth Club. Together they serve and pray for those in need.
Doctors of the Church
Holy Child Catholic School is committed to preserving our Catholic intellectual tradition. This is why each of our classrooms is named after a Doctor of the Church.
At the bottom of each page of this website, you will see a photo of a Doctor of the Church and the classroom that honors that particular doctor.