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At Blessed Sacrament Upper School in Manhattan, students learning about Leonardo daVinci placed eggs in their self-made parachutes and dropped them from the roof of the school building.  more
Students in the Human Rights Club at Iona Prep’s Upper School are able to see the difference they’re making in the lives of students at St. Mary’s Primary School in Bloemfontein, … more
Cardinal Dolan honored Thomas J. Reid, chief legal officer and secretary of Comcast Corporation at the 32nd annual St. Thomas More Award Luncheon, hosted by The Lawyers Committee of Inner-City … more
The Archdiocese of New York is embarking on a major youth suicide prevention initiative beginning during Respect Life Month in October.   One of the principal components organizers are … more
Susan George is thankful to donors and supporters of the Inner-City Scholarship Fund after 200 guests attended the Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s 50th Anniversary Celebration at Wave Hill in the … more
The 43 Catholic high schools in the archdiocese are places where excellence abounds and students step toward the future in the classroom, on fields of play and in learning about their faith. … more
You might say Homecoming came early at Cristo Rey New York High School in East Harlem. Father Steven Gonzalez—a 2010 alumnus who has the distinction of being the first priest ordained from … more
Catholic elementary schools in the archdiocese opened on Wednesday, Sept. 8. Marking the occasion at the Academy of St. Paul and St. Ann in East Harlem was Michael Deegan, superintendent of schools … more
Michael J. Deegan, superintendent of schools in the archdiocese, has announced the appointments of three associate and regional superintendents. Sister Patricia A. Anastasio, P.B.V.M., will become … more
High School Presidents Daniel O’Keefe Cardinal Spellman High School, the Bronx Catherine Merryman Our Lady of Lourdes High School, Poughkeepsie Dr. Colleen Melnyk The Ursuline … more
Twenty-two youths and 10 volunteers in the Catholic Literature & Arts Summer Program (CLASP) completed a week of faith and fun with the performance of three musicals for more than 100 people in the … more
Altar servers from Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish in the Bronx joined their pastor, Father Jose Felix Ortega, and Cardinal Dolan after the noon Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Aug. 9, the … more
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
Celebrating the monthly Young Adult Mass Aug. 4 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Auxiliary Bishop Gerardo Colacicco shared a cherished childhood memory about coming to understand his love of … 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
Myles MacNeill and Emanuel Urzi attended the 2021 Falcon Basketball Camp to improve their skills and prepare for their sophomore seasons at Albertus Magnus High School in Bardonia. “I do … 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
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