Holy Rosary School


Holy Rosary School is a
community dedicated to the  spiritual, academic, physical and  emotional growth of all students. We seek to instill a Catholic identity in student who must function in the secular world. We believe that the parents and school should be partners in fostering learning
experiences that promote the development of

1408 James Street
Rosenberg,  Texas  77471
Established 1941
Galveston-Houston Diocese

          ABOUT US

Located in Fort Bend County, Holy Rosary School attracts students in Pre-K through 8th grade from Rosenberg, Richmond, Sugar Land, Katy and Needville, including master-planned communities such as First Colony, New Territory, Pecan Grove, Greatwood, Tara, River Park, Weston Lakes, and Cinco Ranch.

Our 27-acre facility, set in a rural community, includes junior high/middle school and elementary school buildings.  EDUCATIONAL facilities are comprised of two libraries, a computer lab, a science lab and a media center.  Our sports complex includes a combination full-sized indoor gym and auditorium and an outdoor track.  Expansion plans include soccer fields and a baseball diamond.  The cafeteria is used for catered lunches.

We believe that religion should be learned and lived.  The weekly children's Mass (prepared and led by the students) and the daily religion classes immerse the students in their FAITH.  These lessons follow them out of the classroom and are reinforced in all aspects of student life, forming a moral compass which will guide them in later years.

The Catholic VALUES and high standard of education taught at Holy Rosary School lay the foundation for the future.  As our graduates move on to both public and parochial high schools, their years invested at Holy Rosary become the springboard for success.



Recognized as a 'School of Distinction' by the Duke University Talent Identification Program, Holy Rosary School promotes a high academic standard.  We use the Galveston-Houston Diocesan Curriculum.  Our teachers know the individual students and support them when they stumble, but CHALLENGE them to reach for the stars.  In addition, the Resource Lab is available to facilitate the needs of our students at both ends of the academic spectrum.

Holy Rosary is a small school with deep roots in the community. Our students flourish in the smaller environment, gaining confidence in the family atmosphere of the school.  Our teachers provide individualized attention and continuity throughout the grades as our students grow and mature.
From the beginning, we seek to instill a growing responsibility for SELF-DISCIPLINE in our students.  The school promotes a program designed to practice fifteen discipline skills.  Our discipline expectations mature with our students and are consistently reinforced throughout their stay at the school.
We believe that representing their school is important for a child's SELF-ESTEEM. Therefore, the school adopts a no-cut policy for athletics and cheerleading.  The school is a member of the Houston Parochial Athletic League and performs well each year in league standings.  The Junior High sports program currently offers volleyball, basketball and track.
We offer an Extended Day Program for both before and after-school care.



LEADERSHIP and service to our community are integrated into our program.  Our students make visits to an area nursing home, collect food and money for the needy, and assist in parish functions. The Student Council allows the students a vehicle for providing input into student activities and leads the student body in organizing activities.
The school has a well established parent volunteer program and encourages active participation.  In addition, our Grandpals program, comprised of a group of parish seniors, allow our students and parishioners to interact, building bridges between innocence and wisdom and creating CARING friendships

*  To make Holy Rosary a place where successes begin, where dreams are formed and nurtured In a positive atmosphere.
*  To make it a place where students, in small groups, ask questions, find answers, problem solve, think and develop an awareness of themselves and the people around them.
*  To make it a place where children experience an opportunity to succeed in many different areas of the curriculum and develop a true love of learning and a love of God.


All students must meet basic skill requirements to enter the school.  Application form must be submitted for all students.  Beginning in first grade, admission for transfer students is based upon prior standardized test results as well as a screening and an interview process.  A letter of recommendation is also required.

All students must wear uniforms with the exception of Pre-K.  All students, regardless of their race, color or creed will be accepted if they meet the school's admission requirements.  Registration for the fall semester begins during the spring of the previous school year.
Holy Rosary is accredited by the Texas Catholic Department of Education and the Texas Education Agency and belongs to the National Catholic Educational Association and the Texas Association for Non-Public Schools.
1408 James Street
Rosenberg,  Texas  77471
Established 1941
Galveston-Houston Diocese