Holy Cross Episcopal School

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Basic Information

Address: 4400 Bell Road , Montgomery , AL 36116
County: Montgomery
Phone Number: 334-395-8222
Fax Number: 334-395-7280

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Additional Information

President: Melanie Kelley
School Type: Private
Founded: 1998
Ages/Grades: Pre-k – 6th grade
School Setting:

Urban, pastoral

School Size: 160 students
Classroom Size: 15
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15/1

Pre K-K $4,080; Grades 1-3 $6,154; Grades 4-6 $6,298

Financial Aid:



Office Staff; RN; PR, Marketing & Dev. Enrichments: Spanish, PE, Computer, Music, Art

Percentage of Graduating Class: 100%
Support Services:

Resource Teacher/ Library with over 6,000 holdings

Camp Programs: No
After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

Yes - all grades

Parking Spaces/Availability:


Uniform Guidelines:


Admissions Requirements:

Admissions Testing Required

Mission Statement:

Holy Cross Episcopal School of Montgomery, recognizing the God-given gifts and abilities of all persons, seeks to develop these gifts by creating a Christian community in the Episcopal tradition and by providing a nurturing environment in which students of all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds grow spiritually, intellectually, and physically.

School History:

Holy Cross was founded in 1998 and offers a stimulating liberal arts program in a caring, Christian community, challenging and nurturing each child. Class sizes are small and a variety of teaching methods are used. With rigorous academics, a commitment to the arts, and spiritual nurturing, our program is designed to instill confidence, self-discipline, responsibility, intellectual curiosity and sensitivity to others.

The lower grades focus on developing a solid foundation in basic skills while integrating enriching and stimulating experience in art, music, computer, Spanish, PE, and community service into the curriculum. Building on this strong foundation, the upper grades delve deeper into content areas.

Enrichment education continues in fine arts, Spanish, PE, and computer instruction as well as community service along with an introduction to the emphasis of theater production through our “Shakespeare Can Be Fun” program.

Notes/School Information:

School Holidays

New Year's Day; Martin Luther King Day; President's Day; Spring Break; Good Friday; Easter Monday; Memorial Day; Labor Day; Columbus Day; Veteran's Day; Thanksgiving; Christmas Holidays.


Accreditation & Affiliations

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS); National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES); Alabama Association of Independent Schools (AAIS); Southern Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).