In anticipation of Catholic Schools Week 2016, The Tablet proudly presents this special pullout section with valuable information for current and prospective Catholic school parents on Catholic schools in Brooklyn and Queens.
In anticipation of Catholic Schools Week 2016, Dr. Thomas Chadzutko, diocesan superintendent of Catholic schools, sat down with Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio to discuss Catholic education and Catholic Schools Week.
During the spring of 2015, students within the Diocese of Brooklyn participated in the annual New York State Testing Program in fourth, sixth and eighth grades. And diocesan students outpaced the New York City public schools in all tested areas.
During Catholic Schools Week, the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens would be remiss if it did not celebrate the generosity of the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Trust for all it does to enhance the mission and ministry of Catholic education through the many programs it funds.
A map listing the names and locations of every Catholic elementary school in Brooklyn and Queens.
This April marks the beginning of the next half century of The Catholic Telemedia Network (CTN). What began with “three holes in the wall” has evolved into 24/7 digital learning services and instructional materials available in and out of school.
With the open enrollment deadline for the N.Y. State of Health fast approaching, many families have questions about finding the right coverage. Fidelis Care offers five tips to those shopping for health insurance during this open enrollment period.
At Good Shepherd Catholic Academy, Marine Park, the faculty and staff will work collaboratively to ensure that meaningful student learning will take place each day.
Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Academy is Mill Basin’s top educational and Catholic institution – second to none!
Parents choose Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy, Gravesend, for their children because of high academic standards, exceptional values and a safe school environment.