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St. Ignatius Loyola School in Manhattan has been named—for the second time—a National Blue Ribbon School, and the elated principal, Mary E. Larkin, said the secret to the school’s success is … more
Sofian Massoud is not a fan of the New York Giants, but the quarterback at Cardinal Hayes High School quickly recognized who was strolling toward football practice Oct. 2. “We definitely … more
The Catholic School Region of Staten Island and the Regional Board of Trustees held their 33rd annual Family Fun Day on the Dolphin Fountain Boardwalk at South Beach Sept. 29. Students, parents and … more
The Inner City Scholarship Fund hosted 27 Jimmy Lee Scholarship Fund recipients for an orientation, speaker program and reception at Cathedral High School in Manhattan Sept. 15. more
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This year marks the centenary of the birth of Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J., and a decade since the death of the renowned convert, Jesuit priest and American theologian. Fordham University, where … more
Grant to St. Raymond for Baseball Field Renovations St. Raymond High School for Boys was awarded a $20,000 grant from the Hyde and Watson Foundation to renovate its baseball field on the grounds … more
Cathedral High School hosted a royal visit Sept. 25 that will provide a lifetime of memories for students, faculty and administrators. Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium met with 12 students, … more
The board of trustees at Aquinas High School in the Bronx and John A. Coleman Catholic High School in Hurley have selected new principals. Mark Shultz stepped into his new role as principal of … more
Staff and students of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School received a jolt of energy Aug. 8 for the start of the 2018-2019 school year in Shrub Oak. “I feel like I’m coming into a new school. I … more
Mckenzie Malcolm is ready for what her next performance may bring. The parishioner of St. Columba in Hopewell Junction is one of 23 teens with roles in “Solanus: Blessed in America, The Story of … more
Leigh Brown noticed a change in the two months since she helped to plant 4,000 fruit and vegetable plants at the Food for Others Garden in the Wakefield section of the Bronx. “It’s grown a … more
George Eacobacci has considered becoming a school principal for a while and now the archdiocese is helping him take that next step. The teacher at St. Francis Xavier School in the Bronx is one of … more
Students in Archbishop Stepinac High School’s Honors Academy program studied the water crisis in Flint, Mich., for the past year across four disciplines, engineering, health sciences, finance and … more
Ramon Centeno finished his journey through Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx with a memorable trip. He was one of 40 students from 19 Catholic high schools in the archdiocese to participate … more
The Moore Catholic High School softball team survived a late rally to capture the program’s second consecutive CHSAA Class AA state championship with a 4-3 victory over Long Island champion St. … more
Emily Chavez was given the opportunity to say thank you and reflect back on a long journey that is coming to a close. The St. Jean Baptiste High School senior was among the 93 Catholic high school … more
At a Venezuelan restaurant in New Rochelle, students from The Ursuline School in the Westchester city met last week to have a meal and talk about what the Venezuelan food crisis means to them, and how they are raising awareness in the United States and raising funds to provide a daily “arepa” breakfast for school children at Corazon de Maria school in a poor neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela. more
Fordham Prep came in first among five area Jesuit high schools competing in the Ignatian Social Justice Tournament at the Province Conference Center on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Fordham Prep’s … more
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