The Class of 2020 includes more than 2,500 graduates from 17 Catholic high schools in Brooklyn and Queens. Each year, The Tablet recognizes one outstanding graduate from each school as a way of saluting that year’s entire class. The scholars profiled here are are young women and men who have distinguished themselves through academic achievement, Christian leadership and
The Class of 2018 includes nearly 2,800 graduates from 18 Catholic high schools in Brooklyn and Queens. Each year, The Tablet recognizes one outstanding graduate from each school as a way of saluting that year’s entire class.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by transition, I offer you these coping mechanisms and techniques. Take time for yourself. Your schedule may be hectic, however, you must learn to manage your time and give yourself the necessary hours of sleep. Also, remind yourself to “just breathe and relax.” Positive self-talk will assist in bettering your state of mind.
At The Catholic University of America’s May 2017 commencement ceremony, Peggy Noonan, columnist for the Wall Street journal and former speechwriter for President Ronald Regan, gave graduates a simple piece of advice: Read books.
Showcasing their college acceptances, students from the Class of 2018 wore their college shirts for College T-Shirt Day.
Sharing Senior Year Memories in the Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 Edition!
In this special Senior 2018 edition of Youth Views – The Tablet asked seniors from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page.
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Brooklyn and Queens Catholic High Schools Commencement Exercises 2018
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Quoc-Huy Ly
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Teresa F. Collins