Eighth-graders from Saint Saviour Catholic Academy in Park Slope took home top honors at the NYC First Lego League Robotics Championship Tournament.
The social justice lessons taught by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King were put into practice last week by St. Saviour Catholic Academy students, who conducted a food drive to help underprivileged people in Brooklyn.
Students from St. Saviour High School welcomed Bishop-designate Robert Brennan to their church the best way they knew how — treating him to a joyful rendition of the gospel song “Awesome God.”
For Women’s History Month, eighth-grade students at St. Saviour Catholic Academy, Park Slope, created ‘word art’ projects to highlight the contributions of women in history and contemporary society.
Any principal will tell you it’s no easy feat to oversee daily operations, solve problems thrown their way, and make sure their schools are running at tip-top shape.
Seventh graders at St. Saviour Catholic Academy in Park Slope recently donated a “Tree of Life” to a nearby synagogue – in a heartwarming display of solidarity with the local Jewish community.
Mini-robots had three minutes to accomplish as many life-sustaining tasks as possible to earn points for their pre-teen coders during a friendly competition at St. Saviour Catholic Academy.
Saint Saviour Catholic Academy in Park Slope prepares students from nursery to grade eight for higher education.
St. Saviour Catholic Academy in Park Slope won first place in The Brooklyn Nets/Newsela Reading Challenge.
As part of Catholic Schools Week, students from St. Saviour Catholic Academy, Park Slope, gathered food and supplies to donate to Midnight Run to feed the hungry of New York City.