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.
As Fontbonne Hall Academy celebrates its 80th anniversary in Bay Ridge, high-tech campus enhancements and cutting-edge programs strengthen its tradition of preparing young women to be leaders of tomorrow. In September, the school welcomed members of the Class of 2021 and is more committed than ever to providing students with the best forward-moving curriculum.
Fontbonne Hall Academy, Bay Ridge, marked the beginning of its 80th anniversary year with an opening of the school year Mass at St. Patrick’s Church Sept. 8.
For 80 years, Fontbonne Hall Academy in Bay Ridge has been preparing young women to become professional leaders who serve their communities with confidence and compassion.
As the new school year approaches, 13 Catholic academies and schools will have new principals. Many will be guiding faculties with first-time teachers.
This served as an impactful reminder to not let your struggles overpower your emotions and life. It showed me to keep the small precious things and moments, like making a new friend, close to your heart.
I already know that if Fontbonne were to offer this trip again, I would go back in a heartbeat and encourage my friends to do it as well because it was life-changing.
I participated in the ACIS Women’s Leadership Trip to the Dominican Republic with nine of my classmates from Fontbonne Hall Academy in Bay Ridge. This trip taught me leadership skills, teamwork and made me question how I could leave a lasting impact on the world through leading and educating.
Here is The Tablet’s Brooklyn/Queens 2017 All-Star Softball Team.
Over the past three years, the Bay Ridge St. Patrick’s Parade Committee has awarded $30,000 to students in the five Bay Ridge Catholic schools and academies who are continuing their education in a Catholic high school.