Annalise Knudson. Hundreds of second-graders of the Roman Catholic faith across Staten Island received their First Communion this weekend or will be receiving the sacrament in the coming weeks. > Read More
by Carol Ann Benanti. Elvis was in the building recently at St. Joseph Hill Academy. Well, his mini-me, anyway. The school's third grade students were asked to study a historic figure, dress as that person and deliver a presentation explaining how they made a positive impact on the world. > Read More
Seventh graders from West Brighton's Sacred Heart School recently enjoyed a class trip to the Staten Island MakerSpace, a non-profit, community workspace for makers, builders, hobbyists, artists, and entrepreneurs who like to build things. > Read More
Come join us at the first annual FOUR SAINTS CUP GOLF TOURNAMENT and DINNER on Monday, June 12, 2017 at Hollow Brook Golf Club, Cortlandt Manor, NY. Hosted by Northern Westchester/Putnam Region of the Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New York. The Four Saints Cup celebrates the impact made by Monsignor George Thompson, Father [...]
6th grader Noah Lorczak and 7th graders Carl Gordon, Danny Corbett, Evan Tupone and Sean Franzreb were chosen to represent Sacred Heart School at the Antonio Meucci Young Inventors' Competition at SI Tech HS. Noah won first prize for his "Cereal Spout" while the 7th graders were runners-up with "Summer Hero." Click here to see video.
Join us in Prayer and Celebration as we Honor the Individuals who have Supported Staten Island Catholic Schools. Sunday, April 23, 2017 8:15am: Mass at St. Charles Church 200 Penn Ave, Staten Island 9:30am: Breakfast and Award Ceremony to follow The Excelsior Grand 2380 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island RSVP by April 1, 2017. Click here [...]
The ninth annual Shamrock Auction Dinner Dance hosted by the St. Patrick’s School Parent Association will be held Saturday, March 18, at Villa Barone in Mahopac. Being honored this year are Laura Torrisi of Mahopac and Bob and Patty Girolamo of Yorktown. Torrisi has been a teacher at St. Patrick’s School for more than 20 [...]
To know 7-year-old Angela Laureno of West Brighton is to be inspired by her. At two weeks old, the blonde-haired second grader at Sacred Heart School was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF), a genetic disorder that affects mostly the lungs but can cause damage to other organs, such as the pancreas, liver, kidneys and intestines. [...]
It's no surprise these twins are avid readers because they're students in Linda Ballew's colorful kindergarten classroom at Blessed Sacrament School in West Brighton. Click here to read more.
An ongoing educational series is giving students a ''rock-solid'' foundation in the sciences. Con Edison's "STEM Days Out" program continued at the Staten Island Museum Wednesday with a hands-on lesson in geology. Middle school students from Holy Rosary learned about the Earth and the rocks that form it. The courses are meant to engage kids [...]
Hundreds of elementary students turned out Monday night for a robotics competition at St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School in Huguenot. The event was the second annual competition for elementary schools participating in the High School Preparatory Program of the Catholic School Region of Staten Island in the Archdiocese of New York. Click here to read [...]
The Claudio Cares Foundation’s fourth annual Snowflake Gala recently paid tribute to community members and businesses in an effort to raise funds for a new computer lab at St. Mary’s School in Wappingers Falls, according to a written release. Click here to read more.
Congratulations to seniors Andrew Lam and Emily Mantaro of Our Lady of Lourdes High School in Poughkeepsie, who have been named 2017 National Merit Scholarship Competition Finalists. Click here to read more.
The Office of the Superintendent of Schools of the Archdiocese of New York today announced changes to six Catholic schools located in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Sullivan County.
During the week of Dec. 5, the students of St. Patrick’s School in Yorktown Heights joined the global “Hour of Code” movement. Under the guidance of the school’s computer technology teacher, Jennifer Vespucci, every student from kindergarten through eighth grade had the opportunity to learn the basics of computer programming. Click here to read more.