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Dr. Catherine Guerriero was installed as the first woman president in the 167-year history of La Salle Academy in Lower Manhattan at an installation dinner at the original home of the boys’ high … more
All Hallows High School in the South Bronx has been selected as the National Hispanic Institute’s (NHI) School of the Year. All Hallows was selected from some 300 schools nationally and was honored … more
David Willingham, an experienced educational technologist, has been named to the newly created post of school technology director in the Superintendent of Schools Office. Willingham, who began in … more
When Dr. Francoise Barré-Sinoussi, co-winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in physiology/medicine, first asked about the possibility of obtaining a position at the prestigious Pasteur Institute in her … more
Elementary schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York will kick off the 2014-15 student recruiting initiative, “Touring Tuesdays,” from 9 to 11 a.m. on Nov. 18. These universal open houses are designed to introduce new families to the lifelong benefits and value of a Catholic education. more
Dr. Conrado Gempesaw is installed Oct. 24 as the 17th president of St. John’s University. more
Students at Ascension School in Manhattan have a room they can call their own—a quiet place with beanbags and comfy chairs, surrounded by full bookcases and plenty of table space. Ascension is the … more
Former New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly participates at a ceremony for the new student commons at Manhattan College dedicated in his name Oct. 15. Kelly is a member of Manhattan’s Class of 1963. more
Students at Regis High School in Manhattan celebrate the 100th anniversary of the prestigious Jesuit institution. more
For once, class clowns were praised for their antics as real-life circus performers taught students at St. Frances de Chantal School in the Bronx some tricks of the trade Oct. 2. From high-flying … more
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