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“Touring Tuesday” will be held at more than 140 elementary schools on Jan. 31, 9-11 a.m. The following have additional Open Houses scheduled during Catholic Schools Week: Northern … more
The Great Ignatian Challenge may be the friendliest “food fight” ever to take place between five competitive and, at times, rival Jesuit high schools. Canned items were collected during the … more
As an investigation into its finances has been turned over to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the College of New Rochelle is hopeful that a five-year strategic and financial plan will bolster the … more
St. Ann, The Personal School in East Harlem, one of 14 schools in New York City honored this month with the 2016 Blackboard Award for Outstanding School, is a model for other schools in the … more
An “Engineering Tomorrow” Conference was held at Cathedral High School in Manhattan Dec. 2. The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) conference was sponsored by the Engineering … more
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has chosen two Fordham University graduate students for six-month assignments to Africa—one to Burkina Faso and the other to Guinea—beginning in January. Both … more
The Archdiocese of New York will open admissions for the 2017-18 School Year on Thursday, Dec. 1, earlier than ever before, to give students and families more time to apply to attend Catholic schools. more
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Cardinal Hayes High School of the Bronx claimed its first Catholic High School Football League Class AAA championship with a 41-39 victory over two-time defending champ Archbishop Stepinac High … more
Professional engineers worked with 110 students from five Catholic high schools on Staten Island at a STEM conference led by the Engineering Tomorrow foundation at Notre Dame Academy, Staten Island, … more
Each morning at Cardinal Hayes High School, Father Joseph Tierney, the school president, and principal William Lessa greet each of the 950 boys at the front doors before the day begins. It’s a … more
The board of trustees of the College of New Rochelle has accepted the resignation of Judith Huntington as president and named as interim president Dr. Dorothy Escribano, the provost and senior vice … more
The community at Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale has adopted the following educational theme in connection with its 60th anniversary: “Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember, … more
Nora Cronin Presentation Academy in Newburgh will hold its annual Autumn’s Glow Gala at Anthony’s Pier 9, New Windsor, on Sunday, Oct. 30, from 3 to 7 p.m. The tuition-free Catholic school, … more
The 19th annual St. John’s University President’s Dinner will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria in Manhattan on Thursday, Oct. 27, beginning at 6 p.m.   St. John’s … more
More than 4,000 principals, teachers and staff from schools across the archdiocese gathered for the annual Superintendent’s Conference Day Sept. 28 at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. more
A Mass celebrating the 90th anniversary of Santa Maria parish and the 65th anniversary of Santa Maria School, both in the Bronx, was offered Oct. 2. more
On an early autumn day 45 years ago, Rabbi Dan Wolk entered his study at Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester in Rye and found, laying on his Torah—right atop the Book of Genesis—a cream colored … more
The Chapel of St. Ursula at John A. Coleman Catholic High School in West Hurley was blessed by Cardinal Dolan on Oct. 3. The chapel was renovated after it sustained damage from a flood earlier this … more
Colleen Thornton left SUNY New Paltz’s Student Union Center with a better understanding of mercy, joy and who Cardinal Dolan really is. “Seeing him in person, he’s very jolly. He seems like … more
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