The Sisters of St. Joseph and The Mary Louis Academy (TMLA) Board of Trustees have announced that Mrs. Ann O’Hagan-Cordes has been selected to be the new principal of TMLA.
The Christ the King H.S., Middle Village, girls’ basketball team reached the No. 1 spot in the country, as ranked by USA Today Sports.
As the lingering snow melts and spring gradually begins, homelessness still remains a constant, unchanging issue- countless people are without a home and without a place to call their own.
March 14, one month after the deadly shooting in Parkland, Fla., students around the country walked out of their classrooms as part of a nationwide school protest demanding an end to gun violence and school shootings.
More than 50 student leaders representing nine different high schools participated in Catholic Leadership Day at Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston, March 2, to continue formulating their leadership skills.
Chris DiStefano, a 2006 graduate of St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, was inducted Jan. 21 into the Bears Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony took place on Alumni and Family Day during halftime of the St. Joe’s matchup with the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, L.I.
Catholic high school seniors Jordan Nixon, Emily Engstler and Moses Brown will play in the 2018 McDonald’s High School All-American basketball games.
Four student-athletes from The Mary Louis Academy, Jamaica Estates, signed National Letters of Intent to continue their sports careers in college.
A budding sports dynasty just added the next chapter to its unfolding story: The Mary Louis Academy (TMLA), Jamaica Estates, recently captured its second New York State GCHSAA varsity tennis title within the past four years.
Hurricanes Irma and Maria have challenged not only the resources, but also the hopes of Academia María Reina (AMR) in San Juan, Puerto Rico – one of the six schools sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, L.I. (CSJ). AMR is facing limited communication, no electricity, as well as some damage to the building itself.