Cornelia Connelly High School

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Cornelia Connelly School
Address
2323 West Broadway

, ,
92804

Coordinates33°49′46″N 117°57′51″W / 33.82944°N 117.96417°W / 33.82944; -117.96417Coordinates: 33°49′46″N 117°57′51″W / 33.82944°N 117.96417°W / 33.82944; -117.96417
Information
TypePrivate, All-Female
MottoLead, Serve, Inspire
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic[1]
Patron saint(s)Cornelia Connelly
Established1961
FounderSisters of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus
SuperintendentGreg Dhuyvetter
DeanJacqueline Sienkowski
Head of schoolCheri Lynn Wood
Campus MinisterCathy Townsend
Teaching staff16.6 (on an FTE basis)[1]
Grades9-12[1]
Enrollment163[1] (2015-2016)
Average class size15
Color(s)Maroon and white
Athletics conferenceSan Joaquin League
Team nameKoalas
AccreditationWestern Association of Schools and Colleges[2] WCEA, CAIS
Tuition$15,900 (2019-2020)
AffiliationHoly Child Network of Schools
Website

Cornelia Connelly School is a Catholic college-preparatory high school for girls in Anaheim, California. Established in 1961 by the Sisters of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, it is named after Cornelia Connelly, founder of that Roman Catholic religious institute. Although located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange, it is an independent school, one of ten Holy Child schools in the United States.[3] There also are thirteen other Holy Child Schools in England, Ireland, France, Ghana, and Nigeria.

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Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "CORNELIA CONNELLY SCHOOL". Private School Universe Survey. National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 15 May 2019.
  2. ^ WASC-ACS. "WASC-Accrediting Commission for Schools". Retrieved 2009-06-05.
  3. ^ CCHS. "Cornelia Connelly School Website". Retrieved 2007-05-11.
  4. ^ Ph.D, Steven Chermak; Ph.D, Frankie Y. Bailey (25 January 2016). "Crimes of the Centuries: Notorious Crimes, Criminals, and Criminal Trials in American History [3 volumes]: Notorious Crimes, Criminals, and Criminal Trials in American History". ABC-CLIO – via Google Books.

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