For the second straight year, Brian Long has been inducted as the President of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, a lay organization of the Brooklyn Diocese that promotes the interests of the Church.
The Tablet’s annual High School Press Awards ceremony, held May 10 at the Diocese of Brooklyn’s offices in Park Slope, honored some of the outstanding journalism in school newspapers. For the first time since the event’s inauguration, a new category was introduced to the schools – “Best Multimedia Package”.
The Baking Club at St. Agnes Academic H.S., College Point, spent an “Afternoon in Paris” creating various French desserts.
Have you ever wondered how your medications and vaccinations have become so promising and safe? Unknown to many, the answer is found in one of the oldest living fossils – horseshoe crabs. It is also unfortunate that these precious sea creatures are at risk of endangerment.
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.
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Briana E. Stephenson
A total of eight high school newspapers from around the diocese went head to head with one another in order to earn a top spot in one of the 12 selected categories. The Stanner newspaper of Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, swept this year’s Tablet High School Press Awards May 4 by earning 10 awards, including first place in General Excellence.
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.”
This year, St. Agnes is celebrating 110 vibrant years of Catholic education and academic excellence. In honor of this occasion, St. Agnes students had a grand celebration in which they were able to reflect on their school’s growth through prayer and fun!
Due to the current education system, many students are denied the same opportunities as others due to the restrictive curriculum in primary and secondary schooling. Many students are viewed as inadequate for not attaining certain grades and in most schools are not given many opportunities to fix that problem.