St. Teresa School is a standing ministry operated by the St. Teresa of the Infant Jesus and St. Nicholas Chapel, a parish of the Roman Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of New York. The school is located on Victory Boulevard in Staten Island. Their focus is on helping children grow spiritually, morally, intellectually, and physically.
St. Teresa School provides the same academic excellence that all schools within the Archdiocese of New York hold to. Students study computer technology, foreign languages, gym, music, art, and prepare for the sacraments.
The school offers programs for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade and enjoys a 100% acceptance rate to Catholic secondary schools.
Three year olds are given two half days of instruction each week. Four year olds may enroll in three half days, five half days, or five full days per week.
Extracurricular activities include boys and girls basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, and swimming.
St. Teresa School is committed to helping Staten Island children grow in Christian living and learn to practice the disciplines of the Christian faith. That includes an early morning program and an after school program for students who need it. The wear of uniforms is also required at St. Teresa School and each student will need to order a summer and winter uniform as well as a gym uniform.