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As summer vacation comes to a close, students are preparing to return to the classroom and to time spent with peers on campus. In this section, Michael Deegan, superintendent of schools for the … more
Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of New York are committed to “two preeminent goals,” according to the archdiocesan superintendent of schools. The first is “to keep every … more
John S. Burke Catholic High School will begin a new era in the 2021-2022 school year by opening Burke Catholic Academy for middle school students that will nearly fill the building on its 62-acre … more
AUGUST 23 - TACHS Registration Opens SEPTEMBER 6 -  Labor Day (Schools Closed) 8  - First Day of School (All Regions) 27-10/15 -  MAP Fall Assessment Window … more
AUGUST 23 - TACHS registration Opens 28 - SAT Exam SEPTEMBER 6 - Labor Day 7-10 - School Opens 23 - Bronx HS Fair at Cardinal Spellman-6-8PM 25 - Manhattan HS Fair-Cathedral … more
Registration for the 2021 Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) will open at 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 23, and close Sunday, Oct. 24, at 5 p.m.   TACHS is required for all … more
Kevin Shattenkirk joined members of the hockey program during his visit to Iona Prep’s Lower School in New Rochelle with the NHL’s Stanley Cup July 17. Shattenkirk, a graduate of Iona … more
With much help from the School of the Holy Child, The Fuller Center for Housing of Greater New York City is renovating affordable housing in Yonkers for low- to moderate-income … more
Starting this fall, St. Joseph’s Seminary and College in Dunwoodie will offer an online master of arts in theology degree and an online post-baccalaureate certificate in theology to qualified … more
In a special symposium last week, Archbishop Stepinac High School Honors Academy students tackled the food insecurity crisis. The livestreamed event featured student presentations on how food … more
Cardinal Dolan celebrated the Baccalaureate Mass for the 66 graduating seniors of John S. Burke Catholic High School in Goshen June 3. The Baccalaureate Mass is celebrated annually for … more
Catholic New York annually salutes the hard work and dedication of the members of the senior class graduating from the 44 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of New York. The valedictorians and … more
Lebene Ashinyo is saying a “proper goodbye” to Aquinas High School in the Bronx, which is shutting its doors after educating young women for 98 years. Aquinas had its final classes … more
Eligio and Mercedes Solis are thankful their children have an opportunity to attend Catholic school with assistance from the Inner-City Scholarship Fund, which marked its 50th anniversary with a Mass … more
The campus ministry program at Saint Barnabas High School in the Bronx is commited to providing Christian leadership and guiding students in their faith journey through outreach projects and … more
Commencement and recognition ceremonies took place last month at colleges around the archdiocese. Above left, Nikewhan Matthew of Newburgh, an information technology/cybersecurity major, receives his … more
I feel we are a curious people. Curious about all the what-ifs, why-nots, how-tos and most of all, the great phenomenon of life. And that’s a good thing, because as followers of Christ we … more
Graduation season has begun at the 44 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of New York as the images on this page illustrate. This special section includes graduation information for all the … more
Servant Leadership Awards were conferred to 35 high school and college students by the Congregation of the Sisters of Saints Cyril and Methodius. The presentations were made in a ceremony May 16 at … more
Cardinal Dolan dedicated the new athletic field at Moore Catholic High School on Staten Island May 17. The cardinal also blessed the school’s newly refurbished chapel and the repurposed former … more
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