Car parades, virtual proms, home visits from principals personally delivering caps and gowns to doorsteps, and drive-by graduation ceremonies are just some of the ways high schools around the Diocese of Brooklyn are making seniors feel special in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and the peer leaders from Cristo Rey Brooklyn H.S., kicked off the month by greeting the student body and handing out orange ribbons to show awareness and support.
Keeping hope alive was on the agenda this summer for Cristo Rey Brooklyn H.S., Flatbush. Staff, alumni and a group of 18 rising seniors went to Guatemala for their fifth annual Hoops for Hope Service Project.
Staff and students from Cristo Rey Brooklyn H.S., Flatbush, went on their summer service trip to Mercy Farm in Benson, Vt.
In this special summer 2018 edition, Teen News Flash keeps you up-to-date with upcoming youth events around the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Javan Nicholas Abrams
The Tablet asks students from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page. In this special edition – the responses came from seniors from the Class of 2018.
Anthony Alfaro, who coached the women’s basketball team at LaGuardia Community College, for the past four seasons, has taken over as the girls’ varsity hoops coach at Cristo Rey Brooklyn H.S.
Jesuit Father Joseph Parkes, president of Cristo Rey New York High School, is the 2017 recipient of Catholic Extension’s Spirit of Francis Award.
Building on more than a century of tradition, the Jesuits are back in Brooklyn embarking on a new approach to collaborative ministry with a focus on youth and young adults.