Resources for current families

Keep track of your service hour requirement with the log above.
Activities are a 1 hour : 1 hour ratio. Items donated from the Begging Corner, such as water bottles, are 1 Volunteer hour per $10 spent.

To purchase uniforms please visit and insert the School Code: s2971.

Learn the same prayers your children are learning at Holy Child Catholic School!

Back to School Shopping!

Supply lists for the 2024-2025 School Year

How to become an "Approved Driver" for field trips: 

Expires every 3 years

How to download or print your Certificate from your account

Need to update or take your VIRTUS Training? Click the link below. Expires every 5 years.

How to download or print your VIRTUS Certificate from your account


Weekly Monday Memo

Every Monday the school sends an email with pertinent details for the school community. This will always include a note from the principal, important dates & announcements,  sports & clubs updates, PTC/Volunteer opportunities, and other news. If you are not on the mailing list, email

Classroom Communications

One of the benefits of HCCS is that teachers have room to exercise their unique talents and gifts. Every teacher comes with different communication methods/styles. Touch base with your child's teacher so you will know what to expect for communication this year. Every teacher communicates - it's only the method that changes from teacher to teacher!


The school has a very active Facebook page that frequently spotlights activities, students, and aspects of faith and education at HCCS

Parent Teacher Committee

Parent Teacher Committee Mission

To promote goodwill between faculty and parents to enhance teacher resources, enrich student learning, and encourage community involvement.

Parent Teacher Committee Goals:   

For ways to get involved please send an email to

Holy Child Catholic School-Consultative Council

Jerry Carroll is a parishioner of Holy Child, a member of the parish Financial Advisory Board, and the parish RCIA team.

Deborah Figge is a parishioner at Holy Child. She was the business manager when the school first opened and currently directs the school’s music choir.

Jim Lyle is a Confirmation teacher at Holy Child Parish. He also teaches philosophy at Chesterton Academy, and he and his wife give Theology of the Body and Natural Family Planning promotional talks throughout the archdiocese. He currently has three children attending HCCS 

Leigh Myers (Special Consultant) is enrolled in the Master’s Program in Classical Education at the University of Dallas and will be teaching at Oak Grove Classical Academy in Fall. She is also a lover of Latin and has been studying and teaching it for the past several years.

Michael Simpson is a parishioner at Saint Jude Thaddeus and have been sending their five oldest children to Holy Child School since 2019. He and his wife own and operate Discount Catholic Products, an online retail store selling Catholic Products

Winnie Waltzer-Hackett is a parishioner at Holy Child. She is retired after teaching for 35 years and has taught grades pre-K through high school.

Our Lady of Good Counsel, pray for us

School Hours

Students may arrive between 7:40 - 7:55.  School begins with Mass at 8:00am. School Dismissal is at 3:00pm Refer to the student handbook  in the resources above for a more detailed daily schedule. 

If your child will be absent, late, or need an early dismissal, email See the Student Decision Tree below if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in close contact. 

Aftercare Hours

At 3:05 students will be automatically signed into the aftercare program. To pick up your child, do not ring the door bell as our aftercare staff will not hear it. Please call 505-421-1600 for someone to come to the door or if you need to reach the aftercare staff.

Refer to the student handbook for more details about aftercare. 

HCCS Art Gallery

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.