Holy Child Pre-School
           
The pre-school experience is a transition from home or day care to the school environment.  Our pre-school program is an educational program offered every day as a half day or full day program,  to children from ages three to kindergarten.  It is intended to serve children by enhancing their intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual growth and development  Our Pre-School program is located at the St. David campus. 

   Emilio Aita, Principal…(636) 321-0002, Opt. 1, Ext. 21

 

  Holy Child School
            Holy Child School is the consolidated Catholic elementary school in Arnold sponsored by Immaculate Conception, St. John and St. David’s Parishes.  Grades K-8 are at the Immaculate Conception campus.  The school offers a full curriculum of quality education in the Catholic tradition, cooperating with parents so that each student may reach his or her full potential.  The primary goal of the school is to instill the Gospel values of the sacredness of each human life and a commitment of service to the community.

  Emilio Aita, Principal…(636) 321-0002, Opt. 1, Ext. 21

 

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 Holy Child School Board
           
The Holy Child School Board is an advisory board to the pastors and principal of Holy Child School.  Members are expected to consider, evaluate and make recommendations regarding all long and short-term goals and achievements of Holy Child School. 

            The Board meets 10 times per year.  Members are voted in for a three-year term. 

Mike Cheaney  ..........................................636-296-2679

 

Holy Child Home and School Association
           
Our organization strives to do the following:
1.  Fund raise - We hold various fundraisers throughout the year (Scripts, Candy and Wrapping Paper Sale, etc.) to generate money to buy extras for Holy Child School. 
2.  Social activities - We hold events such as our New Years Eve Dance and Junior Trivia. 
3.  We sponsor many activities to benefit the children who attend Holy Child School.  A few would be:  the New Family Picnic, the parties in the classes, and the Eight Grade Graduation Reception. 
           
Our meetings are held on the third Monday of  September, November, January and March.  We invite parishioners to attend and get involved.

Cary Peel...................................(314) 971-0807