Below is the Open House and Registration information for some of the Schools and Catholic Academies in the Diocese of Brooklyn (listed in alphabetical order): Catherine Laboure Special Education School 744 East 8th Street Brooklyn, New York, 11236 718-449-1857 www.laboureschool.org Dates & Times: Jan. 28, 9 – 11 a.m., Feb. 3, 9 – 11 a.m. & […]
Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy is making dramatic changes – just like its Williamsburg neighborhood. With a dynamic new principal, Marian Hernandez, the school resides in a fully renovated, former high school building at 11 Catherine Street. The building is well-configured, with large classrooms that easily accommodate the students. In addition to these new […]
Catholic schools and academies within the Diocese of Brooklyn are communities of faith, knowledge and service, writes Thomas Chadzutko, Ed.D., the Diocesan Superintendent of Schools. This theme encompasses many aspects of Catholic education.
Students within the Diocese of Brooklyn showed gains in the second year of the Common Core aligned math and English Language Arts (ELA) tests. A larger percentage of students in grades four, six and eight scored proficient in both math and English Language Arts in 2014 as compared to the 2013 tests.
A complete index of articles and advertisements where readers can find information from Catholic elementary schools, academies, high schools and colleges in the area. There is also information on diocesan initiatives that support Catholic education.
Last year was a record-breaking year for Futures In Education, the organization that provides scholarship assistance to students in the Diocese of Brooklyn. But according to Vicar for Development Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello, the name “Futures” in and of itself signifies a forward, progressive outlook – no resting on their laurels for this non-profit!
A complete listing of Catholic School Registration information for Brooklyn and Queens, including open house dates and times.
A map of the Catholic elementary schools and academies in Brooklyn and Queens.
Throughout Catholic Schools Week, the diocesan bishops will visit schools and academies throughout the diocese. Here is their schedule.
Holy Cross H.S. knows boys. The school understands how they think, what motivates them, what concerns them and what they need to succeed in academics and in life. Sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross, the Flushing school welcomes students every background. The school is part of a 160-year tradition of quality Catholic education in the […]