St. Francis Xavier Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy, which has served Fort Greene/Clinton Hill area since 1910, will close on Aug. 31.
Due to declining enrollment, Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy in Fort Greene and St. Francis Xavier Catholic Academy, Park Slope, will merge into one school this fall on the campus of Queen of All Saints.
Neighborhoods may change, but a solid educational foundation never goes out of style. Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy has been a part the Fort Greene community for nearly 50 years. The academy takes a unique approach to provide a faith based education enhanced with modern technology.
Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy is a hidden gem in Fort Greene/ Clinton Hill.
Ask sixth graders at Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy in Fort Greene to name their favorite subject in school, and the overwhelming response will be math.
Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy offers an outstanding educational curriculum for students in kindergarten through grade eight, and provides for the complete development of every student in all aspects: moral, social, physical, spiritual and intellectual.
Holy Doors, a noted historian, church and street art and a wedding were among the different and sometimes unexpected ways Catholics experienced faith and fellowship on a walking pilgrimage in Brooklyn, Oct. 15.
Sister Kathleen Rose Mulhern, C.S.J., a Sister of St. Joseph, Brentwood, L.I., for 68 years, died Aug. 5 in Maria Regina Residence in Brentwood, L.I.
Sister Agnes Alphonse Finamore, C.S.J., a Sister of St. Joseph, Brentwood, L.I. for 77 years, died April 25 at Maria Regina Residence, Brentwood.
Sister Marie Lucy Sullivan, C.S.J., a Sister of St. Joseph, Brentwood, L.I., for 68 years, died March 23 in her Hempstead, L.I.