SAINT MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL
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51 Clapham Avenue Manhasset, NY, 11030 (516) 627 2711 website Co-ed, Catholic President: Mrs. Grace M. Cavallo Principal: Mr. Jonathan D. Kramer Students: 700 Teachers: 45 Average Class Size: 25 Extracurricular Activities: The Saint Mary’s experience encourages students to become fully involved members of our school community by participating in campus life and taking advantage of the variety of extracurricular offerings. From Student Council to clubs and sports, each student is able to explore their talents and skills outside the realm of academia. Students continue to forge friendships, build comradeship and team effort in the many supervised after school activities and interscholastic athletics such as lacrosse, soccer, badminton, track and swimming. In addition, students contribute to the community in various volunteer roles. All experiences build on character and leadership potential that help form a well-rounded and successful individual. Open House Date: Sunday, October 5, with presentations at 2, 2:45 & 3:30 p.m. St. Mary’s offers personal tours and shadowing opportunities by appointment throughout the year. Call (516) 627-2711 ext. 1079 to schedule an appointment. Admissions Director: Mr. Michael Ryan (516) 627-2711 ext. 1079, admissions@stmary.ws Percent of Seniors Attending College: 94 Top 2014 Seniors Attending: American University, Boston College, Boston University, Catholic University of America, Clemson University, Drexel University, Fairfield University, The George Washington University, Hofstra University, Johnson & Wales University, Loyola University Maryland, Marist College, New York University, Princeton University, Providence College, Purdue University, Rutgers University, University of Connecticut, University of Scranton, SUNY Binghamton, SUNY Geneseo, SUNY Maritime College, Temple University, and Villanova University. Most Attended College: Adelphi University, SUNY Binghamton, Boston College, Fairfield University, Fordham University, Hofstra University, Iona College, LIU Post, Molloy College, NYIT, Providence College, and St. John’s University. College Credit Courses: St. Mary’s offers Advanced Placement courses in English, World History, United States History, European History, Calculus, Spanish, Italian, Biology, Environmental Science and Computer Science. In addition, through a cooperative program with St. John’s and Adelphi Universities, students can earn college credit for courses in English, Language, American Government, College Algebra, Calculus, Computer Science and Psychology. Admissions Requirements: Grade Average, TACHS Score, CHSEE Score, Admissions Placement Test Mission Statement: Saint Mary’s High School was founded in 1949 and is an integral part of the ministry of St. Mary’s Parish. It is a Roman Catholic, coeducational community guided by the message of the Gospel in its commitment to nurturing each individual, engendering respect for the dignity of the human person, and maintaining the highest standards of academic excellence. The program of studies at St. Mary’s is designed to provide each student with a comprehensive college preparatory education with an emphasis on core curriculum skills. St. Mary’s recognizes individual differences by providing a range of levels for many courses: Advanced Placement, Honors, and Regents. St. Mary’s also offers unique elective courses to allow students who have met pre-requisites to explore specialized subjects. The Fine and Performing Arts Program at St. Mary’s is a vibrant active department where students focus on cultivating their talents in large and small group settings. Whether in the art studio, the orchestra, on or behind the stage, the students are working alongside professionals that provide an unparalleled learning experience of a lifetime. With the implementation of a One-to-One iPad Program for an entire high school, St. Mary’s remains a leader in technology with a state-of-the-art infrastructure. The program aims to enhance student motivation, higher order learning skills, study skills, and technology across content areas such as history, fine arts and sciences. St. Mary’s also offers the opportunity for students to participate in college level computer courses such as Introduction to Computer Programming, Advanced Placement Computer Science or participate in the Digital University Electives Program, which enables students to take elective courses from universities around the country. The lectures are viewed at home from the host university and moderated with SMHS faculty. Students can earn SMHS credit with each successfully completed course.
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Bishop Kearney seniors pick up their yearbooks and show off where they'll be attending college.
Bishop Kearney seniors pick up their yearbooks and show off where they'll be attending college.
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ST. EDMUND PREPARATORY SCHOOL
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2474 Ocean Avenue Brooklyn, Ny 11229 (718) 743-6100 stedmundprep.org Catholic, Co-ed Principal: John Lorenzetti Students: 750 Student-Teacher Ratio: 17:1 Extracurricular Activities: Art Club, Bands, Book Club, Calligraphy Club, Canterburian - Yearbook Staff, The Challenge Team, Chorus, Edmund Eagle - Student Newspaper, Energy Yoga Club, The Equinox - Literary Magazine, Freshman Mentoring, Heroes Club, Math Club, Photography Club, Robotics Team, SADD, Savings &, Investment Club, Sound Crew, Speech and Debate, Stage Crew, Strategy Club, The Tech Team, Teens Teach Reading, Theater Club, Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Crew, Golf, Handball, Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track, and Volleyball Open House Date: Sunday, October 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Tuesday, October 28, at 7 p.m. Tours are available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., by appointment. Admissions Director: Deacon Don Rizzuto (718) 743-6100 ext. 5064 Scholarships: St. Edmund Preparatory High School (SEP) annually awards a number of academic scholarships to qualified incoming freshmen. These scholarships range from partial to full awards to those candidates who meet the criteria. Those wishing to apply for a scholarship must fill out an application. The application must be completed in full and returned to the Office of Admissions no later than Friday, October 31. Late submissions cannot be accepted. College Credit Courses: Accounting, Marketing, English, Art, Italian, Spanish, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, World Religions, Intro to Bible, Synoptic Gospels, American History, US Government and Politics, Psychology Admissions Requirements: Students who wish to attend St. Edmund Prep must take the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools. St. Edmund Prep will give very strong preference to students who put the school as first choice, but will consider all choices. School motto: Caritas Mission Statement: St. Edmund Preparatory High School is a Roman Catholic college preparatory school for young men and women. Our mission is to instill the Gospel values in our students so as to empower them to become confident and self-disciplined participants in the ever-changing global society. We educate according to the needs of each student and challenge each of them to achieve academic excellence through practical learning experiences. We believe that the need for human compassion and mercy is realized when we are in service to others. Our St. Edmund Prep family believes that Caritas calls us to share our talents and gifts with each other whether in the classroom, through liturgy and prayer, service and outreach to those in need, in our student organizations, on our athletic teams, performing arts groups, and in our everyday lives.
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BISHOP KEARNEY HIGH SCHOOL
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Bishop Kearney seniors pick up their yearbooks and show off where they'll be attending college.
Bishop Kearney seniors pick up their yearbooks and show off where they'll be attending college.
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500 19th Street Brooklyn NY, 11215 (718)360-2500
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XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL
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30 West 16th Street New York, NY, 10011 (212)924-7900 xavierhs.org Catholic, Jesuit, All Boys Principal: Mr. Michael LiVigni Students: 1080 Teachers: 77 Average Class Size: 25 Extracurricular Activities: 16 varsity sports, 50 clubs & societies, JROTC Program, full Jazz Band & Acting Department, Robotics Open House Dates: Saturday, October 18, from 1 to 4 p.m. Admissions Director: Jonathan Cambras (212) 924-7900 ext. 1602 Scholarships: Xavier: full tuition, Loyola: three-quarter tuition, Larkin: half tuition, President: one-quarter tuition Percent of Seniors Attending College: 100 Top 2014 Seniors Attending: Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Brown University, Tulane University, Georgetown University, United States Military Academy at West Point, Duke University, New York University Most Attended College: Loyola University Average SAT: Critical Reading 583, Math 594, Writing 592 College Credit Courses: English Language and Composition, English Literature and Language, Italian, Spanish, U.S. History, European History, World History, Comparative Government and Politics, Statistics, Calculus AB & BC, Studio Art, AP Physics, Biology Admissions Requirements: 85% average in all subjects, top 20th percentile on high school entrance exam (TACHS), completed application and teacher recommendation Mission Statement: Founded in 1847, Xavier High School is an academically rigorous, Catholic, Jesuit, college preparatory school in New York City that educates intelligent, motivated young men of diverse backgrounds and means. Xavier teaches students to take responsibility for their lives, to lead with integrity, to act justly in service of others, to pursue excellence in every endeavor and to deepen their relationship with God. Ultimately, Xavier forms young men who will go forth to transform the world for God’s greater glory.
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