Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy (OLGCA) in Dyker Heights offers an excellent, well-rounded education in accordance with New York State Common Core Standards. Last year alone, the graduating class was awarded over $300,000 in high school scholarships.

Happy 103rd Birthday Josephine!

Josephine Filippazzo, a longtime parishioner of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, Dyker Heights, and resident of the Bensonhurst Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, celebrated her 103rd birthday last month.

Students Recognized at Mission Sunday Mass

Awards to students and schools that assist the missions was the highlight of the annual Mission Sunday Mass at St. James Cathedral-Basilica, Downtown Brooklyn.

St. Luke’s Welcomes 17 New Altar Servers

This week’s Tablet TALK highlights Bensonhurst’s sweetheart centenarian, new altar servers in Whitestone, staff changes in diocesan offices and much more.

Obituary – Deacon John LaGreca

Deacon John LaGreca, who formally served at Our Lady of Guadalupe parish, Dyker Heights, died suddenly April 2.

The Bulldog Is a Champ Inside and Outside the Ring

By day, he’s a soft-spoken Community Liaison Police Officer for the 61st Precinct in Brooklyn. By night, he’s the ferocious Brooklyn Bulldog who takes on all challengers in the ring for the East Coast Wrestling Conference.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy offers an exceptional education to students in kindergarten through grade eight, and outstanding pre-school programs for three- and four-year-old children in Dyker Heights.

Inauguration Is Teachable Moment at Local Schools

Timing is everything. For students in Joe Russo’s government class at Cathedral Preparatory School and Seminary, Elmhurst, it meant that on the last day before midterm exams and before the curriculum switched to economics, Donald J. Trump was sworn into office as the 45th President of the United States. Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy, Dyker Heights, was one of many elementary schools viewing the inauguration. Each class watched in its classroom and enjoyed a dress down day with almost all the students wearing red, white and blue or other patriotic-themed clothing.