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Deciding where to send your child to high school? Catholic New York is here to help you get started with the search with this section that lists all 46 of the high schools in the archdiocese, along with information about Cathedral Prep. more
What a way to begin the school year. The National Catholic Educational Association has named the Catholic Schools Office of the Archdiocese of New York as a recipient of the 2016 NCEA St. … more
Dr. Timothy McNiff, superintendent of schools for the archdiocese, and the St. Barnabas High School Board of Trustees have named Frances Dziuma interim principal and Julie Mulry Kaen assistant … more
Kathy Krall has been appointed as associate superintendent of enrollment and scholarship operations, and Camille Brown as director of tuition management, said Dr. Timothy McNiff, superintendent of … more
Mike Muldoon never expected the Cathedral High School Billiard Club to become what it is. The club is coming off its best school year with 15 members, including its first three qualifiers for the … more
Dr. David A. Kennett has been selected as interim president of Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh for a two-year term effective immediately. The announcement was made Aug. 15 by Charles Frank, … more
Anna Ramirez-Adam is returning home, Kate McHugh is staying home and Lawrence Cooke feels at home after a 30-year detour. Ms. Ramirez-Adam, Ms. McHugh and Cooke met with CNY as three of the 25 new … more
The College of New Rochelle begins a new era in 2016-2017 as the School of Arts and Sciences will open its doors to men for the first time. Forty-five freshmen men from nine states are enrolled in … more
Thanks to a program sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League, five Catholic educators from the archdiocese were selected to travel to the Holy Land for a 10-day trip to study Catholic-Jewish relations … more
Each year, Catholic New York salutes the hard work and dedication of seniors graduating across the archdiocese. The valedictorians and salutatorians of each of the Catholic high schools in the archdiocese, respectively, are recognized in the list below. If a school does not use those terms but has student speakers, that is noted. Also listed is the number of graduates at each school. more
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