Catholic Secondary Education At a Glance

Regional Office

1011 First Avenue
New York, NY 10022

Total Number of Schools

44 Total Schools

99% of our seniors graduate and 99% of graduates are accepted to post-secondary education



  • Academy of Mt. St. Ursula

    330 Bedford Park Blvd.
    Bronx, New York 10458

  • All Hallows High School

    111 East 164th Street
    Bronx, New York 10452

  • Cardinal Hayes High School

    650 Grand Concourse
    Bronx, New York 10451

  • Cardinal Spellman High School

    One Cardinal Spellman Place
    Bronx, New York 10466

  • Fordham Prep School

    441 East Fordham Road
    Bronx, New York 10458

  • Monsignor Scanlan High School

    915 Hutchinson River Parkway
    Bronx, New York 10465-1897

  • Mt. St. Michael Academy

    4300 Murdock Avenue
    Bronx, New York 10466

  • Preston High School

    2780 Schurz Avenue
    Bronx, New York 10465

  • St. Barnabas High School

    425 East 240th Street
    Bronx, New York 10470
    718-325-8800 or 718-325-8890

  • St. Catharine Academy

    2250 Williamsbridge Road
    Bronx, New York 10469

  • St. Raymond Academy

    1725 Castle Hill Avenue
    Bronx, New York 10462

  • St. Raymond HS for Boys

    2151 St. Raymond Avenue
    Bronx, New York 10462


  • Cathedral High School

    116 East 97th Street
    New York, New York 10029

  • Convent of the Sacred Heart

    One East 91st Street
    New York, New York 10128

  • Cristo Rey High School

    112 East 106th Street
    New York, New York 10029

  • Dominican Academy

    44 East 68th Street
    New York, New York 10065

  • La Salle Academy

    215 East 6th Street
    New York, New York 10003

  • Loyola School

    980 Park Avenue
    New York, New York 10028

  • Marymount School

    1026 Fifth Avenue
    New York, New York 10028

  • Notre Dame School

    327 West 13th Street
    New York, New York 10014

  • Regis High School

    55 East 84th Street
    New York, New York 10028-0884

  • St. George Academy

    215 East 6th Street
    New York, New York 10003

  • St. Jean Baptiste High School

    173 East 75th Street
    New York, New York 10021-3296

  • St. Vincent Ferrer High School

    151 East 65th Street
    New York, New York 10065

  • Xavier High School

    30 West 16th Street
    New York, New York 10011

Staten Island

  • Monsignor Farrell High School

    2900 Amboy Road
    Staten Island, New York 10306

  • Moore Catholic High School

    100 Merrill Avenue
    Staten Island, New York 10314

  • Notre Dame Academy

    134 Howard Avenue
    Staten Island, New York 10301

  • St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School

    5150 Hylan Boulevard
    Staten Island, New York 10312

  • St. Joseph Hill Academy

    850 Hylan Boulevard
    Staten Island, New York 10305

  • St. Peter’s High School for Boys

    200 Clinton Avenue
    Staten Island, New York 10301


  • Albertus Magnus High School

    798 Route 304
    Bardonia, New York 10954

  • John S. Burke Catholic HS

    80 Fletcher Street
    Goshen, New York 10924

  • Our Lady of Lourdes High School

    131 Boardman Road
    Poughkeepsie, New York 12603


  • Archbishop Stepinac High School

    950 Mamaroneck Avenue
    White Plains, New York 10605

  • Iona Preparatory School

    255 Wilmot Road
    New Rochelle, New York 10804

  • John F. Kennedy Catholic High School

    54 Route 138
    Somers, New York 10589

  • Maria Regina High School

    500 West Hartsdale Avenue
    Hartsdale, New York 10530

  • The Montfort Academy

    125 East Birch Street
    Mount Vernon, New York 10552

  • Sacred Heart High School

    34 Convent Avenue
    Yonkers, New York 10703

  • Salesian High School

    148 Main Street
    New Rochelle, New York 10801-5396

  • School of the Holy Child

    2225 Westchester Avenue
    Rye, New York 10580-1940

  • The Ursuline School

    1354 North Avenue
    New Rochelle, New York 10804

Recent Developments

  • NEW! We are excited to share with you the good news coming from our Catholic high school community! Click here to view our latest newsletter, “The Scoop on Secondary Schools, Volume 16.” In this issue, you will find highlights of the programs and initiatives being offered in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York.
  • The #ScholasCitizenship program took place in the Archdiocese of New York from June 23-30 bringing together 60 young people from seven high schools throughout the Archdiocese to analyze problems in their communities and propose solutions. Click here to watch the video!

Please click here for more information about TACHs registration, TACHs preparatory programs, and high school virtual tour links.

About Catholic High School

The 43 Catholic secondary schools throughout the archdiocese offer rigorous, high-quality academics in an environment formed by the faith and values of the Catholic Church.

In the Archdiocese of New York, 99 percent of our high school seniors graduate and 99 percent of graduates are accepted to post-secondary education. We are enormously proud of those statistics and commit ourselves each year to maintaining that standard of excellence. Our high schools focus on ensuring the success of every child that walks through its hallways.

Fifteen are coeducational, 17 are all girls schools, and 13 are all boys schools. Their common thread is academic excellence developed in a Christ-centered environment that builds character while teaching to each student’s individualized learning style.

Our high schools educate a diverse student body, each student unique and special in their own way. In the 2018-19 school year, 45 percent of students were Caucasian, 30 percent were Hispanic, 15 percent were African American, and five percent were Asian. Our schools are steeped in Catholic tradition but always welcoming to children of other faiths. Fully 22 percent of our high school students were non-Catholic in 2018-19 school year.

Nearly 100 underclassmen from five Catholic high schools on Staten Island designed and constructed bridge models and programmed robots as part of an engineering conference held at Notre Dame Academy on Staten Island in April.

Engineers from General Electric and Global Infrastructure Partners were on hand, along with engineering graduate students from Manhattan College, to guide the students in their work throughout the day.

Preston High School in the Bronx hosted an engineering conference in October at its brand new lab dedicated by Engineering Tomorrow, a nonprofit organization that promotes engineering education in high schools. The 2,000-square-foot lab offers students a hands-on learning environment with advanced technology, including: 3D printers, wind tunnels, catapults, stress strain testers, robotics equipment, and advanced audio visual equipment that can broadcast to schools around the archdiocese. All archdiocesan high schools will have access to the lab. Schools participating in the October conference included Academy of Mount St. Ursula, St. Raymond Academy for Girls, Msgr. Scanlan High School, All Hallows High School, Cardinal Hayes High School, and Mount St. Michael Academy, all located within the Bronx.

To continue improving upon the many opportunities we employ to deepen the faith of our students, a committee has been established to re-examine the Life and Leadership Day for high school students. Ahead of the November event, the committee will analyze methods to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of their responsibility to be promoters and defenders of respect for life. Topics under consideration to be explored through breakout sessions include: social justice, abortion, euthanasia, care of the infirmed, and human trafficking.

Search the listings above to find a Catholic high school that meets your family’s needs, or attend a regional High School Information Night to meet representatives of many schools.

High School Leadership Conference

The third annual high school student leadership conference – an interactive dialogue titled The Media Landscape: A Catholic Lens fostered a thoughtful discussion on reconciling the current media culture of incivility and “fake news” with our calling as Catholics to seek truth and compassion. Student representatives from 32 Catholic high schools heard from a panel which included: Director of the Pauline Center for Media Studies in Los Angeles, Sr. Nancy Usselmann, FSP; Auxiliary Bishop of New York and former principal of Monsignor Farrell High School, Msgr. Edmund J. Whalen; Cardinal Spellman High School student, Georgia-Renee Boahmah; and Regis High School student, Obinna Nwako. Rob Astorino, former Westchester County executive, CNN commentator and Cardinal Timothy Dolan’s delegate to the Mother Cabrini Foundation, served as the moderator.

The discussion included opportunities for questions and comments from the audience, and students openly discussed topics such as the Covington Catholic controversy, how minorities are portrayed in the media, and the line between free-speech and hate-speech. Our annual A Catholic Lens conference inspires our students to speak their minds, understanding that they are each individual who are a part of something greater, and helping each other to navigate this world—through a Catholic Lens.