The very etymology of words like "school," "academy," and "academic" acknowledge how indebted human knowledge is to religion.
In a culture which is becoming increasingly secular, Holy Child Catholic School is particularly concerned to foster a deep appreciation for the harmony of faith and reason.
Faith and reason are, as has often been said, the two wings which enable humanity to fulfill its transcendental destiny.
At Holy Child Catholic School, we are committed to Classical Catholic education. Classical educators are particularly concerned to reconnect with that long tradition of liberal education* which has been largely forgotten in the history of modern education theory.
Our word academy comes from the Greek word Akademeia, the name of the park or grove outside of ancient Athens where the philosopher Plato taught his students
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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.