School officials project that Bay Ridge Catholic Academy will open with 400 students, which would make it one of the biggest elementary schools in the diocese.
St. Anselm Catholic Academy and Holy Angels Catholic Academy will merge to form Bay Ridge Catholic Academy, the Diocese of Brooklyn announced on Oct. 31.
Students and families from Holy Angels Catholic Academy, Bay Ridge, placed symbols of the Christmas season on around 2,000 graves at Cypress Hills Cemetery last weekend.
The Tablet, with the generous collaboration of the Archbishop John Hughes Knights of Columbus Council No. 481, invited youth from Brooklyn and Queens to participate in the annual “Christ Is Risen Easter Art Contest.”
The philosophy at Holy Angels Catholic Academy is simple: The academy is a place where inquisitive minds grow and faith is nurtured. The program follows guidelines set by New York State and the Diocese of Brooklyn.
The philosophy at Holy Angels Catholic Academy is simple: The academy is a place where inquisitive minds grow and faith is nurtured.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights a former Miss New York State’s visit to a Glendale school, a local fundraiser for a church in Haiti, an upcoming memorial event for Katrina Vetrano and more.
Students there kicked off the school’s observance of Catholic Schools Week with their fourth annual Presidents Exposition.
For the 10th consecutive year, colorful expressions of faith were on display at The Tablet’s annual Keep Christ in Christmas Art Contest award ceremony Jan. 25. Out of the nearly 1,000 student-entries, only 11 winners were selected to celebrate their creative achievements at the Archbishop John Hughes Knights of Columbus Council, Dyker Heights.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights a Great Irish Fair gift for Catholic education, invites readers to help the NYPD with an outreach project in Queens, offers details on an upcoming vocation retreat and much more.