Bishop Kearney H.S., an all-girls high school in Bensonhurst that was founded in 1961, is shutting its doors this summer.
Bishop Kearney H.S., Bensonhurst, celebrated International Women’s Day March 8 by honoring the women in our lives today and the women who have paved the way for us along the way.
Freedom of speech is the right that we, as citizens of the United States, are entitled to. This right, included in the First Amendment to the Constitution, states that the government may not punish people or organizations based on what they say or write.
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.
With bright yellow T-shirts symbolizing the light of the life of their classmate Kaitlyn Bernhardt, who passed away in 2018 after a courageous two-year battle with bone cancer, students from the Bensonhurst high school held a variety of school events honoring their Kearney sister.
Margaret Minson, Ed.D., who has spent more than 25 years in education, is receiving The Celtic Cross Award. Dr. Minson is the head of school at Bishop Kearney H.S., an all-girls Roman Catholic high school in Bensonhurst. She has served in the school’s leadership since 2014.
Bishop Kearney students, accompanied by school staff, attended BaseCamp Expeditionaries this summer as Patricia Michel Scholars and Fellows. This two-week program selects high-achieving students to invest time in researching the design of solutions to different challenges in society.
The entire Bishop Kearney H.S. community mourns the loss of Kaitlyn Bernhardt.
Faith is a very powerful thing, which can affect the way people act, think and view the world. As a young Catholic attending a parochial high school, I hold my morals and values close to my heart.
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Victoria Eng