Eighth-grade students in New York City are just two weeks away from taking the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) and choosing the high schools they wish to attend next year.
This TACHS Calendar will keep students on track from the day they receive their Admit Card to the day they return their Response Card to the high school of their choice.
Two new books are available to assist parents with strategies that may foster the lived experience of faith in their children and teens.
The U.S. may be short as many as three million high-skilled workers by 2018, according to National Math + Science Initiative predictions. In response, more educators and schools are embracing the idea that today’s curriculum must include Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM).
Archbishop Molloy High School is a Catholic Marist school that offers a challenging academic program rooted in Gospel values, has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report and was named an Exemplary Secondary School by the U.S. Department of Education.
Bishop Kearney High School in Bensonhurst announces the inauguration of the Project Lead the Way Computer Science Program which empowers students to become creators, instead of merely consumers, of technology.
Aside from offering an honors program and Advanced Placement courses, Manhattan’s Cathedral High School also offers programs in medicine, law and business, foreign languages as well as electives such as forensic science and anatomy, women’s studies, broadcasting and journalism, and art and music.
Christ the King High School, Middle Village, is an independent, co-educational Catholic High School with a four-year college preparatory curriculum.
Located in an historic mansion on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Dominican Academy has been educating young women intellectually, socially and spiritually since 1897.
Fontbonne Hall Academy Principal Mary Ann Spicijaric announced that senior Isabella Grillo has been named a Commended Student in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.