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Located in Staten Island, Moore Catholic High School offers a traditional Catholic curriculum and a strong academic curriculum based on New York's Common Core Standards. The school opened its doors in 1962, founded by Francis Cardinal Spellman and named for Countess Mary Young Moore, for ninth through twelfth graders. Traditional curriculum courses include: English Mathematics [...]

The students at Our Lady Of Lourdes School in Queens Village celebrated Catholic Schools Week in a special way this week - by posting a video to YouTube honoring their school teachers. Catholic Schools week started Monday, January 29, 2012 and runs through today, February 3, 2012. Friday is an early dismissal day for the [...]

Last month we reported that the Archdiocese of New York is closing quite a few schools. In light of that, it might not seem like a good time for teachers at Catholic schools to be concerned with earning more money. But they are. It's understandable why. Compared to their public school counterparts, Catholic school teachers [...]

In September 2011, New York City and surrounding counties in New York State (Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Sullivan, Orange, Dutchess and Ulster) will have fewer Catholic private schools due to a reconfiguration of the Archdiocese of New York. In Jan. 2011, the Archdiocese of New York announced the following schools will not re-open for this school [...]

Our Lady Of Trust Catholic Academy is located in Brooklyn on two campuses. The St. Jude Campus, serving nursery school through eighth grade, is on Canarsie Road. Miracles Campus, which serves pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, is located at 744 East 87th Street. The school's focus on building the Catholic faith into students from an early [...]

Midwood Catholic Academy is a Catholic elementary school located in Brooklyn, NYC. This NYC private school serves pre-kindergarten through eighth grade and commits itself to providing a Catholic education. Three year olds are admitted into a full day nursery while four year olds have all day preschool. The curriculum is scholastic, spiritual, cultural, and social, [...]

It's hard to argue with a tagline that reads, "Give your child the most important gift of all. A solid education." Indeed, a solid education is a great gift. The administrators of Divine Mercy Catholic Academy clearly believe they provide a solid education. I think it's worth your time to seek out the reasons why [...]

Located at 100 Merrill Avenue in Staten Island, NYC, Moore Catholic High School is a school that is both Christ-centered and people-centered. The school focuses on preparing its students for college and even offers AP level classes as well as college level courses. Entering Freshmen are required to take an introduction to the Christian Faith [...]

Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School adheres to the Roman Catholic tradition and brings together all those united by a common bond. The school provides spiritual, educational, and social opportunities that coincide with the aim of Catholic education as defined in the pastoral, 'To Teach as Jesus Did.' 'The  ideal of Christian education will best [...]

For many students in private middle schools, eighth grade brings its share of difficulties. Making new friends, getting over the old friends growing up and out in all the awkward places, these are some of the issues that many eighth graders face. For those eighth graders planning on attending a Catholic High School, eighth grade [...]

NYC Private Schools focusing on the Roman Catholic teachings require specific admissions tests, including the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools, also known as TACHS. The Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools, or TACHS, tests students abilities in many different areas, including the standard Reading, Mathematics, Language, but also including an entire section [...]

Applying to any of NYC private schools require a lot of paperwork for families, and a lot of tests for children. Applying to any of New York’s private Catholic High Schools requires just a bit more. There are three common Catholic high school admissions tests 1. CHSEE (formally known as the COOP test) is the [...]

If you are looking for private Catholic schools then here's a list of private schools that you can contact for an interview: http://www.catholicusa.com/catholic_schools_online/catholic_schools.htm

Fontbonne Hall Academy is an all girls Catholic high school located in Brooklyn. The faculty is committed to educating students with 21st century techniques and technology in preparation for college. The school opened its doors in 1937. Academics is very important at Fontbonne Hall Academy. Students have the opportunity to take a Regents curriculum and [...]

Nazareth Regional High School, based in Brooklyn, is a Catholic college preparatory school with a strong academic curriculum. Students are expected to take three years of math in order to graduate and are ready for college by the time they do. Nazareth Regional High School does more than just educate students with a traditional curriculum. [...]

Archbishop Molloy High School is a college preparatory school in Queens that caters to both boys and girls. The educational philosophy follows the tradition of the Catholic Marists and focuses on a holistic approach to meet the needs of the body, mind, and spirit. Students take a full slate of courses from their freshman to [...]

Transfiguration School, located in Manhattan, is a Catholic school with a mission focus on immigrant children. The school was founded in 1832. Since then the school has graduated thousands of immigrant children with a grounded faith in the dignity of themselves and the human race. The school's curriculum begins at the preschool level and progresses [...]

In Manhattan, there is an all girls Catholic school that goes by the name of St. Vincent Ferrer High School. The school is a parochial school in the Dominican tradition and was established by the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs in 1884. The faculty at St. Vincent Ferrer High School place a [...]

St. Gregory the Great School is a Manhattan-based Catholic private school whose mission is to instill Christian values in its students while preparing them for high school and college academically. Students learn to think critically and solve problems while receiving a well-rounded education. Starting with preschool and working up through eighth grade, students prepare for [...]

Founded in 1951, Our Lady of Grace School in Brooklyn has discovered a way to educate Catholic children in religious instruction as well as traditional educational curricula. The school begins in nursery school and takes children through eighth grade. The math curriculum at Our Lady of Grace School is based on New York's Common Core [...]

St. David's School is an all boys Catholic school with a traditional classical educational bent. Located in Manhattan, the school opened its doors in 1951 with the help of nine Catholic families. The school is independent and not associated with any particular New York City parish. They offer a program from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. [...]