Founded in 1854, Immaculate Conception School, is the oldest Catholic school in the Bronx. Immaculate Conception School offers excellent academics in a safe environment, and a values-based education that encourages your child to use his/her talents in service of others. Dedicated faculty strive to develop students academically, spiritually, psychologically, and physically. Immaculate Conception School prides itself on its inclusive environment in which diversity is respected and celebrated.School At-a-Glance
Grades Pre-K to 8; Full day Pre-K; Full day Kindergarten; After- school program with homework supervision; Middle States Accredited; Computer lab; Technology integrated into the curriculum; Fully equipped Library; Fully equipped Science Lab; Art Class; Literacy Coach; Math Tutoring; Band Program; Extra-curricular activities include: JV and Varsity Basketball, Drum Club, Wellness Club, Step Team, Young Lawyers Club, Garden Club, Sewing Club, Nutrition Club, and Chess; Academic Support Services; Free Breakfast and Lunch Programs; Easily accessible by car and mass transportation.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, a parish based school, is dedicated to fostering both the Catholic and intellectual mind of our students. The experienced faculty and staff offer a rigorous curriculum in a safe environment. Incorporating Religion into daily lessons, we are most proud of our values infused approached ensuring all students are role models in their community.School At-a-Glance
National Blue Ribbon School (2004) | Grades PreK to 8 | Full and Half-day PreK programs for 3- and 4-year-olds | Before and After-school programs | Religious instruction, Sacramental preparation |Enriched Math program |Chromebooks and iPads | Fully- equipped Science Lab | Enrichment instruction including:Physical Education, Music, Art, Foreign Language, Library, and Media | Interactive White Boards | Learning Platforms Including: iXL, NewsELA, Brainpop, DiscoveryED,SeeSaw | Community Service Programs | Middle-school Advanced Math Program | Library featuring computerized catalogue of 8,000 titles | Extra-curricular activities including: Band, Yearbook, Robotics, Fashion, Cooking and Math Olympiad | CYO Athletics including: Basketball, Softball and Soccer | Intramural Vollyball and Lacrosse.
Incarnation School is a Catholic elementary school in the heart of Washington Heights. Founded in 1910, Incarnation is dedicated to providing the foundation for each child to develop into successful leaders. Incarnation School affirms the uniqueness of each child and concentrates on the intellectual, spiritual, moral, aesthetic, social, and physical growth of your child. The administration, faculty, and staff of Incarnation School undertake this responsibility within the context of Catholic tradition. The school strives to provide a climate in which students feel safe and mature as thinking, ethical people, who are sensitive to the needs of others.School At-a-Glance
Free 3K For All and UPK Programs (UPK Site #06MAEE); Kindergarten through 8th grade includes religious instruction and weekly Mass; Curricula follow the Essential Learnings of the Archdiocese of New York and the New York State Standards; 1:1 technology with Chromebooks for every student; Unlimited audiobook access with Learning Ally Audiobook Program; Free breakfast and lunch program; Free after-school Extended Learning Program with Catapult Learning; Enrichment clubs featuring Legos, drama, and art/cartooning; CYO Basketball teams in Grades 3-8.
Iona Preparatory is a Catholic prep school for young men founded by the Christian Brothers in 1916 and situated on a 27-acre campus. The Christian Brothers were founded for the purpose of educating boys and have remained faithful to the mission of their founder, Blessed Edmund Rice. As Iona Prep approaches its centennial, these values are ever-present in the Preps commitment to learning and service.School At-a-Glance
Advanced Placement (AP) courses beginning as early as freshman year, Fully equipped science labs, SMART Boards in every classroom, Students have access to a wireless network, Sports programs include: Basketball, Baseball, Lacrosse, Track, Hockey, Swimming, Wrestling, Soccer, and Gold, Extra-curricular activities include: Habitat for Humanity, Peer Counseling, Mock Trial, Philosophy Club, Photography Club, and Rock Climbing
Iona Preparatory Lower School is a Catholic community inspired by the charism of Blessed Edmund Rice as expressed in the Essential Elements of a Christian Brothers Education. We develop young men into moral and ethical leaders who are dedicated to Christian service and who strive for spiritual, intellectual and physical excellence.School At-a-Glance
Grades Pre-K to 8; daily religious instruction with sacramental preparation; Reading Workshop, Middle School Honors Math & English Language Arts program, fully equipped Science lab: Co-Curricular instruction includes: Music, Art, Foreign language (Spanish), Technology, and Physical Education; The 11-acre campus includes: playground, football, baseball and soccer fields. Students have full access to facilities of Iona Preparatory Upper School as well. Extra-curricular activities include: Community Service projects, Drama, Sports, Chess, Student Council. Sports include: basketball, soccer, football, lacrosse, baseball, and cross country/track. Active and supportive parent organizations.
The John Cardinal O’Connor School provides the benefits of a Catholic education to children with learning differences. The school empowers children to thrive academically, spiritually, emotionally, and socially in a nurturing and supportive community. In addition, social skills are directly taught through Catholic doctrine and a curriculum that supports character development and pro-social behavior. Through classes with a low student-to-teacher ratio, taught by New York State certified special education teachers, and additional academic guidance and support, students are able to achieve their academic and personal goals. In addition, students can receive related services such as speech and language therapy, counseling, occupational therapy, and physical therapy as indicated on their Individualized Education Services Program (IESP).
JCOS is a resource for children who learn differently. The school’s dedication and commitment to a well-rounded education for students who learn differently has made our private Catholic school one of the foremost in Westchester County. We look forward to the opportunity to help your child acquire important academic, social, and emotional skills during the critical elementary and middle school years. JCOS has year-round enrollment based on availability. Please feel free to contact us with your questions and concerns.School At-a-Glance
Grades K to 8 | Religious Education | Preventing Academic Failure (PAF), an Orton Gillingham-based, multi-sensory reading program to directly and explicitly teach phonemic awareness, phonics, decoding, comprehension, and handwriting to students with language-based learning differences | Judith Hochman’s Teaching Basic Writing Skills Program, an evidence-based program to teach students how to write expository texts | i-Ready diagnostic and instruction program, a computerized, adaptive learning system providing diagnostic assessments and daily individualized, differentiated instruction, hands-on, multi-sensory instruction across the curriculum, direct, explicit instruction, differentiated instruction for all students | Interactive White Boards | One-to-One Chromebooks for all students | Art Program, Music Program, Physical Education Program, and Band Program.
John F. Kennedy Catholic Preparatory School has been providing quality Catholic Education to the Mid-Hudson Valley for over 55 years. Strong in College Prep academics, the school boasts of high SAT scores, 100% College placement and competitive varsity sports for both boys and girls. Located in Northern Westchester, the school’s coed population comprises over 61 school districts. Kennedy Catholic Prep offers the latest in instructional pedagogy combining Apple iPad technology with the Canvas online learning management system. Kennedy Catholic’s faith based, college preparatory education is overseen by Archdiocesan Priests, Deacons and a lay Faculty.
St. Mary’s Academy (SMA) is the co-educational 6th – 8th grade private Catholic intermediate school of John F. Kennedy Catholic Preparatory School (KCPS) in Somers, NY. Nestled in the West Wing of the high school building, SMA offers the same time-tested Catholic school curriculum and values-centered education as KCPS in addition to fulfilling middle school educational standards of the New York State Board of Regents.School At-a-Glance
Kennedy Catholic provides opportunities for college credits from the PACE Lubin School of Business, St. John’s University, Iona University and SUNY Albany with a full AP offering from the College Board, as well as a competitive STEM program & Vex Robotics Team. Other enrichment programs encompass Foreign Languages, Physical Education, Health Education and Fine Arts. Sports programs include: Cheerleading, Football, Tennis, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Cross Country, Soccer, Basketball, Winter Track, Girls Swimming, Wrestling, Baseball, Softball, Golf, Track & Field, and Lacrosse.
Mr. John Douthit, President, Jdouthit@burkecatholic.org
A Message from the President and Admissions Director: Thank you for your interest in Burke Catholic! We are looking forward to speaking with you about all the great things happening at BC High School and Burke Catholic Academy. Please go to http://www.BurkeCatholic.com to arrange for a tour or visit.School At-a-Glance
John S. Burke Catholic and Burke Catholic Academy is the premier college and high school preparatory school in the New York Hudson Valley. Please visit http://www.BurkeCatholic.com for information.
Kingston Catholic School aims to impart knowledge, to illustrate community, and to inspire service. The school’s dedicated faculty and staff seek to create a nurturing, safe environment, which enables children to realize their own self-worth, coupled with respect for others.School At-a-Glance
Grades PK-8; Cognia Accredited; One-to-one technology devices for all students; Art, Phys. Ed., and Music for grades PK-8; Spanish and Health for grades 5-8; Library for grades 1-4; Honors Program Regents Courses including Earth Science, Algebra, and American History for 8th graders who qualify; Vibrant Kingston Catholic Family Organization for engagement and activities with our school families.
Brother Thomas P. Casey, FSC, President
La Salle Academy is a rigorous all-male college-preparatory Catholic high school. We educate students of diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds with special outreach to those most in need. We provide a nurturing environment, which fosters spiritual, moral, intellectual, emotional and physical growth in the Roman Catholic tradition and the Lasallian spirit, as embodied in Saint John Baptist de La Salle.School At-a-Glance
La Salle offers all students a rigorous New York State Regents curriculum along with religious instruction that prepares them for the top colleges and universities in the United States. La Salle partners with Saint Francis College in their Bridge Plus Program which allows students to earn college credits while in high school. La Salle now offers five courses that are eligible for this college credit. Advanced Placement (AP) courses include: Spanish Language and Culture, Calculus AB, English Literature and Composition, United States Government and Politics, and United States History. Enrichment programs include: Writing Center, STEM, Cardinal Readiness Program for incoming freshmen, a Guest Lecture Series, and SAT Preparation. Athletic programs include: Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cross-country/track, Handball, and Soccer. Extra-curricular activities include: Band, Lasallian Youth/Campus Ministry, The Cardinal Newspaper, Student Ambassadors, Chess Club, Debate Team, Finance Club, The Green Team, Intramural Basketball, Model UN, National Honor Society, Photography Club, Asian Club, Student Council, and Yearbook Club. Elective Courses include: Anatomy/Physiology, Environmental Science, Physics, Band, Music Theory and Composition, Advanced Music, Advanced Art, Studio Art, Graphic Art, Ceramics, Photography, Coding, Leadership, Sociology, Creative Writing, Criminal Law, AP Spanish, Finance, and Journalism.
A Message from the Principal: Thank you for your interest in our school! We are anxious to get to know you and discuss how we can serve your child’s needs. Please complete the information request form and we will be back in contact with you within 72 hours.School At-a-Glance
Loyola School strives to provide an independent school education in the Ignatian tradition. Loyola School is committed to challenging your child religiously, intellectually, aesthetically, physically, and socially. In keeping with the Ignatian spirit of cura personalis (care for the whole person), the school strives to develop the diverse and unique talents of each member of the Loyola community, and encourages the use of these talents to serve others for the greater glory of God.School At-a-Glance
Middle States Accredited; SmartBoards in every classroom; Library; Computer lab; Enrichment program includes: Fine Arts, Foreign language, Health Education, and Physical Education; Extra-curricular activities include: Art, Eucharistic Ministers, Literary Magazine, Math League, Music, School Newspaper, Peer Leadership, Photography, Speech Team, Student Government, and Yearbook; Sports programs include: Girls Basketball, Softball, and Track, Boys Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, and Track, and Co-ed Golf
Founded as the first Archdiocesan high school for girls in Westchester, Maria Regina is a college preparatory high school under the administration of the Sisters of the Resurrection. The school’s faculty is comprised of fully qualified members of religious communities and lay teachers. For over 50 years, Maria Regina’s key objective has been to develop within each student a true sense of Gospel values, using a holistic approach that fosters the integration of each person as an individual within the global community.School At-a-Glance
Advanced placement (AP) and college credited courses, Two computer labs, Completely wireless campus, Foreign Language program, Art & Music courses, Student retreats, Extra-curricular activities include: Literary Magazine, an Award-winning ITV team, Yearbook, Choral Ensemble, National Honor Society, and National Art Honor Society, Sports programs on varsity and junior varsity levels include: Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Cheerleading, Soccer, and Softball
Founded in 1926 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Marymount School is an independent Catholic day school that educates young women to challenge, shape, and change the world. Marymount offers a rigorous college preparatory program where students learn how to think critically, solve problems creatively, and communicate clearly and effectively. A wide range of extracurricular activities and athletics provides opportunities for self-expression, leadership, and collaboration. Rooted in the Catholic tradition, the School offers a value-centered environment that cultivates a strong sense of social justice and ethical decision-making in each student.School At-a-Glance
Nursery – Class XII; recognized as an Apple Distinguished School, students use iPads or MacBook Airs to support learning; makerspaces and science laboratories to facilitate a robust STEAM curriculum; two classrooms at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and regular gallery visits to enhance the humanities program; unique financial literacy curriculum using Bloomberg terminals; philanthropy and advocacy program embedded in social justice curriculum; world language program (French, Spanish, Latin); Varsity and Junior Varsity teams in 12 sports, including volleyball, soccer, rowing, fencing, lacrosse, and basketball; dynamic visual and performing arts programs; courtyard playground on campus and regular visits to Central Park for recess and physical education.
Founded in 1926 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Marymount School is an independent Catholic day school that educates young women to challenge, shape, and change the world. The Upper School offers a highly personalized, rigorous academic program where students learn how to think critically, solve problems creatively, and communicate clearly and effectively. A wide range of extracurricular activities and athletics provides opportunities for self-expression, leadership, and collaboration. Rooted in the Catholic tradition, the School offers a value-centered environment that cultivates a strong sense of social justice and ethical decision-making in each student.School At-a-Glance
Classes IX-XII; recognized as an Apple Distinguished School, Upper School students use MacBook Airs to support learning; makerspaces and science laboratories to facilitate a robust STEAM curriculum; two classrooms at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and regular gallery visits to enhance the humanities program; unique financial literacy curriculum using Bloomberg terminals; philanthropy and advocacy program embedded in social justice curriculum; world language program (French, Spanish, Latin); Varsity and Junior Varsity teams in 12 sports, including volleyball, soccer, rowing, fencing, lacrosse, tennis, track, and basketball; dynamic visual and performing arts programs.