Freshmen and sophomores from St. Saviour High School, Park Slope, participated in Vocation Day.
While seniors finish sending in their standardized test scores to meet Early Action deadlines, juniors are deciding whether to take the SAT, the ACT, or maybe both, or how many SAT II’s they should sign up for. However, there is one major worry on everyone’s mind: “Will my scores be good enough?”
Attention N.Y.C. Marathon runners! Tell us your race times for inclusion in next weekend’s Tablet.
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.
Offering young women the opportunity to learn in small classes with honors and advanced placement course options, St. Saviour H.S., Park Slope, has a 100-percent graduation rate.
While it is an incredible feat that Saint Saviour has thrived throughout the years, and continues to excel in its mission of challenging its students to reach their fullest potential, it should be made clear that the closing of America’s Catholic schools at such a rapid rate affects us all.
Hundreds of Pandas commemorated their alma mater at a Mass celebrated by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who ushered in a new chapter in the school’s role of educating young women – spiritually, intellectually, and socially – to make positive changes in the world.
This week’s Tablet TALK features a feast in Mill Basin, invitations to Sheepshead Bay boat cruise and enjoy an elegant luncheon in Queens Village, a Whitestone welcome for special-needs families and much more.
Here is The Tablet’s Brooklyn/Queens 2017 All-Star Softball Team.
Each year, The Tablet recognizes one outstanding graduate from each school as a way of saluting that year’s entire class. The scholars profiled here are young women and men who have distinguished themselves through academic achievement, Christian leadership and community involvement.