Fresh air, exercise and good old-fashioned school spirit was enjoyed by students and faculty of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Academy, Forest Hills, when the school held its 11th annual fundraising Race for Education, May 26.
Over 600 students in grades three through eight in religious education programs, Catholic schools and academies in Brooklyn and Queens participated in the Second Diocesan Religion Bee.
Queens students swept the top three spots in this year’s Diocesan Middle Grades Math Bee, which took place at Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy in Jamaica, last month.
The award-winning Royal Sages Robotics Team from Salve Regina Catholic Academy, East New York, was proud to be an exhibitor at the Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience at the NY Hall of Science, this month.
To show their gratitude to the retired priests at the Bishop Mugavero Residence, students from Our Lady of Fatima School in East Elmhurst prepared Easter gifts for them.
Cathedral Prep School and Seminary – The Father Troike Summer Leadership Program
Father Josephjude Gannon, chaplain at York College, Jamaica, distributed ashes on campus as 200 students, staff and faculty members attended. Afterwards, he spent time taking selfies with students and staff.
As part of Catholic Schools Week, students from St. Saviour Catholic Academy, Park Slope, gathered food and supplies to donate to Midnight Run to feed the hungry of New York City.
Catholic high schools recently sent scholarship award letters to local eighth graders. Seven members of the eighth-grade class at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Academy (OLLCA), Queens Village, received scholarship offers for the fall.
St. Mel’s Catholic Academy, Flushing, unveiled its new STEM Lab to kick off Catholic Schools Week 2017.