In collaboration with local Catholic schools and the Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Brooklyn, The Tablet is proud to present this special Back to School supplement.
Catholic Elementary Schools in Brooklyn and Queens
Here are the schools that have completed the transition from parish schools to academies.
The Trust will sponsor the Catholic Identity Links program and continue to provide instructional reports for the TerraNova testing program. It will provide schools and academies with an enhanced curriculum with both the Greek and Latin Roots Challenge and the Performing Artists in Residency Programs.
By Arielle Kaminski I have been serving the diocese as the marketing coordinator for Catholic schools and academies for the past three years. As we begin the new school year, I am sad that I will no longer be a part of the Diocese of Brooklyn. I am newly married and I will embark on […]
On Sept. 1, continuing the direction of Preserving the Vision, the diocesan strategic plan for Catholic education, 57 academies within this governance paradigm will open their doors for the new academic year.
With the start of the 2015-2016 school year, newly appointed principals are preparing to meet their school communities and to assume the diverse and challenging role of leadership.
Essential to the success of Preserving the Vision are the partners in Catholic education: our pastors/administrators, principals, boards of directors, teachers/staff, parents and students.
The teachers and staff at St. Anselm Catholic Academy hold true to the school’s mission to treat every student and family with respect and to maximize the spiritual, academic, emotional and social growth of all students.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Academy, Park Slope, recognizes that each child is a precious gift from God. Like snowflakes, no two children are exactly alike – and no two children learn in exactly the same way.