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La Salle Academy took a firm step into the future when La Salle New York City Inc. completed the sale of its administration building at 38 Second Ave. in Manhattan to Second and Second Property LLC … more
Deidre Mone was named principal of Iona Preparatory School’s Lower School in New Rochelle, effective July 1, the school announced. Mrs. Mone has served as director of admissions at the Lower … more
A plan for the reopening of elementary schools across the archdiocese outlines from A to Z guidelines to assure students and their parents, as well as administrators, teachers and staff, that … more
The Catholic Education Advancement office stepped up its fund-raising efforts on behalf of families of Catholic school students in need of tuition assistance during the Covid-19 pandemic by raising … more
In the Bigs & Littles NYC Mentoring program, adult mentors continue nurturing their bond with their young mentees even with restrictions stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. “We have … more
We ought always to thank God for you, brothers and sisters, and rightly so, because your faith is growing more and more, and the love all of you have for one another is increasing. —2 … more
How to keep the faith despite the fear and uncertainty of the global coronavirus pandemic was one of many subjects discussed at the fourth annual Student Leadership Conference sponsored by the … more
A confirmation retreat at Archbishop Stepinac High School was held in White Plains Feb. 23. Three hundred students representing 10 parishes in Westchester County participated in the afternoon retreat … more
Sofia Corscio-Sanchez finds she receives as much as she’s giving others as a member of the Spirit Squad youth group at Ascension parish in Manhattan. “It’s teaching me to help the community … more
The education officials sat down in the school library for an interview after they toured Our Lady Queen of Martyrs School. As executive director of the Secretariat of Catholic Education for the … more
The school day at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs on Arden Street in the Inwood section of Manhattan begins and ends in prayer in the church on site. What a smart way to navigate the day given the range … more
Evan Breen and Anthony Romeo entered John Cardinal O’Connor School in Irvington with a learning need to enhance their reading skills. Now, the eighth-graders enjoy reading and are waiting to … more
Jadyn Menuau is an 11-year-old with an understanding of what LabLearner is all about. “You can experience what you’re learning,” the sixth-grader at St. Denis-St. Columba School … more
Taiana Corchado, a junior at Cathedral High School in Manhattan, was one of four Cathedral students selected to participate in a two-year internship at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. The … more
Ramses Peña, 18, was among dozens of archdiocesan Pierre Toussaint Scholars who gathered at the New York Catholic Center in Manhattan to receive advice from program coordinators and alumni on … more
Ramses Peña, 18, was among dozens of Pierre Toussaint Scholars who gathered at the New York Catholic Center in Manhattan to receive advice from program coordinators and alumni on the … more
Samantha Schucker and Michael Spear, living examples of what the Pallottine Teenage Federation represent, share the same goal as federation leaders for the next 12 months following the … more
The Archdiocese of New York has opened online admissions for the 2020-2021 school year, and will host six open house events at 120 schools across the archdiocese from January through March. more
Students from St. John Chrysostom in the Bronx thank police officers of the 41st and 42nd precincts in the Bronx for keeping them safe. more
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