List of closed schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York

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The following schools were once operated by Catholic Churches in the Archdiocese of New York and have closed.

To see schools that are open, please view List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.

Schools that have closed in the Archdiocese[edit]

Catholic colleges and universities[edit]

Colleges and universities in New York City[edit]

Colleges and universities outside of New York City[edit]

High schools[edit]

New York City[edit]

The Bronx[edit]
Manhattan[edit]
Staten Island[edit]

Dutchess County[edit]

Orange County[edit]

Rockland County[edit]

Ulster County[edit]

Westchester County[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

New York City[edit]

The Bronx[edit]
  • Blessed Sacrament Parish School (1160 Beach Ave.) – Operated from 1929 to 2013.[13]
  • Holy Spirit Parish School (1960 University Ave.) – Closed in 2013.[14]
  • Mount St. Ursula Elementary School - Run by the Ursuline Sisters; operated from 1855 to 1968.
  • Our Lady of Angels Parish School (2865 Claflin Ave.) – Operated from 1928 to 2013.[15]
  • Our Lady of Mercy Parish School (2512 Marion Ave.) – Formerly staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa. Closed in 2013.[16]
  • Our Lady of Solace Parish School (Morris Park Ave. at Holland Ave.) - Operated from 1927 to 2005.
  • Sacred Heart Private School (1651 Zerega Ave.) - Operated from 1935 to 2008; administered by the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.[17]
  • St. Adalbert Parish School - Staffed by the Felician Franciscan Sisters.
  • St. Anthony Parish School (4520 Matilda Ave.) - Operated from 1953 to 2008; merged in 2008 with St. Frances of Rome School.[18] Staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic.[19]
  • St. Anthony Parish School (1776 Mansion St.) – Closed in 2013.[20]
  • St. Anthony of Padua Parish School - Opened in 1905; staffed by the Sisters of Christian Charity.
  • St. Augustine Parish School (1176 Franklin Ave.) - Operated from 1887 to 2011; formerly staffed by the Sisters of Charity and the De La Salle Christian Brothers.
  • St. Dominic Parish School (1684 White Plains Rd.) - Staffed by the Sisters of St. John the Baptist. Closed in 2011.
  • St. Frances of Rome Parish School (4321 Barnes Ave.) - Operated from 1929 to 2008; merged in 2008 with St. Anthony School (4520 Matilda Ave.).[18]
  • St. Jerome Parish School (222 Alexander Ave.) – Formerly staffed by the De La Salle Christian Brothers. Closed in 2013.[21]
  • St. John Vianney Parish School (2141 Seward Ave.) - Operated from 1963 to 2011.
  • St. Mary Star of the Sea Parish School (580 Minnieford Ave.) – Operated from 1950 to 2013.[22]
  • St. Martin of Tours Parish School (695 East 182nd St.) - Operated from 1925 to 2011; staffed by the Dominican Sisters.
  • St. Rita School - Staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic of Sparkill.
  • St. Pius V Parish School (413 E. 144th St.) - Closed in 2008.[18]
  • St. Valentine Parish School - Staffed by the Daughters of Mary of the Immaculate Conception.
  • Sts. Anthony and Frances of Rome Parish School (4520 Matilda Ave.) - Established in 2008 from merger of St. Anthony School & St. Frances of Rome School. Closed in 2011.
Manhattan[edit]
  • All Saints Parish School (52 E. 130th St.) - Formerly staffed by the Irish Christian Brothers and Sisters of Charity. Closed in 2011.
  • Annunciation Parish School (461 W. 131st St.) – Formerly staffed by the Lasallian Christian Brothers, Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary and the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs (1922–1978). Closed in 2013.[23]
  • Assumption Parish School (49th St.) - Staffed by the Sisters of Notre Dame
  • Commander John J. Shea Memorial School (132 E. 111th St.) - Opened in 1943; staffed by the Sisters of Mercy and the Irish Christian Brothers.
  • Holy Cross Parish School (332 W. 43rd St.) – Closed in 2013.[24]
  • Holy Name of Jesus Parish School (202 W. 97th St.) – Operated from 1905 to 2013; staffed by the Lasallian Christian Brothers (1905 – 2013) and Sisters of Charity (1905 – 2013).[25]
  • Holy Cross Academy Private School - Operated from 1903 to 1950; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • Holy Innocents Parish School (West 37th Street) - Closed in 1918.
  • Holy Name of Jesus School (West 97th Street) - Closed in 2013.[26]
  • Holy Trinity Parish School (West 83rd Street) - Closed by 1979.
  • Mary Help of Christians Parish School - Closed in 2005.
  • Our Lady of Loretto Parish School (Elizabeth St.) - Operated from 1927 to ??.
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish School - Merged with Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School in 1975.
  • Our Lady of Sorrows Parish School (219 Stanton St.) - Closed in 2011.
  • Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish School (450 E. 119th St.) - Opened in 1949 and merged with Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in 1975.
  • Resurrection Parish School - Closed in 2005.
  • Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary Parish School (E. 33rd St.) - Operated from 1925 to ??.
  • St. Agnes Parish School (E. 44th St.) - Opened in 1893; staffed by the Sisters of Charity and Marist Brothers.
  • St. Ambrose Parish School (54th St.) - Operated from 1910 to 1935; staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Ann Parish School (12th St.) - Opened in 1863; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Anthony of Padua Parish School (MacDougal St.) - Opened in 1873; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Alleghany.
  • St. Bernard/St. Xavier Parish School - Closed in 2001[27]
  • St. Boniface Parish School - Opened in 1868; staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Catherine of Genoa Parish School - Closed in 2005; staffed by the Sisters of Mercy.
  • St. Catherine of Siena Parish School (411 E. 68th St.) - Opened in 1906; staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Cecilia Parish School (120 E. 106th St.) - Closed in 1991; staffed by the Sisters of Mercy and Irish Christian Brothers.
  • St. Clare Parish School (W. 36th St.) - Staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Alleghany.
  • St. Clemens Mary Parish School (406-12 W. 40th St.) - Closed in 1971; staffed by the Sisters of the Resurrection.[28]
  • St. Columba Parish School (331 W. 25th St.) - Closed in 2006; staffed by the Lasallian Christian Brothers and Sisters of Charity.[28][29]
  • St. Francis of Assisi Parish School (W. 31st St.) - Staffed by the Sisters of St. Francis.
  • St. Francis de Sales Academy (E. 97th St.) - Closed in 2007; staffed by the Sisters of the Holy Union.
  • St. Gabriel Parish School (W. 37th St.) - Staffed by the Lasallian Christian Brothers and the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. James Parish School (37 St. James Pl.) - Opened in 1854. Merged in 2010 with St. Joseph School on Monroe St.[30]
  • St. James-St. Joseph Parish School (1 Monroe St.) – Opened in 2010 from the merger of St. James School and St. Joseph School. Closed in 2013; staffed by the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.[31]
  • St. Jean Baptiste Parish School (185 E. 76th St.) - Operated from 1886 to 1987.
  • St. John the Evangelist School (388 E. 55th St.) - Opened in 1908.
  • St. Joseph Parish School - Closed in 2005.
  • St. Joseph of the Holy Family Parish School (168 Morningside Ave.) - Operated from 1860 to 2011; formerly staffed by the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
  • St. Jude Parish School (433 W. 204th St.) – Operated from 1952 to 2013.[32]
  • St. Lawrence Academy School (42 E. 84th St.) - Closed in 1960; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Michael Parish School (W. 32nd St. at Ninth Ave.) - Operated from 1870 to 1971; staffed by the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
  • St. Monica Parish School (416 E. 80th St.) - Operated from 1883 to 1974; staffed by the Sisters of Charity (1883-1944) and the Sisters of St. Francis (1944-1974).
  • St. Patrick Old Cathedral School (233 Mott St.) - Operated from 1822 to 2010; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.[33]
  • St. Paul the Apostle Parish School (415 W. 59th Street) - Run by the Paulist Fathers; operated from 1886 to 1974.
  • St. Stephen the Martyr Parish School (28th St. near Lexington Ave.) - Staffed by the Sisters of Mercy.
  • St Thomas the Apostle School (118 St. St Nicholas Ave)Staffed by the Sisters
Staten Island[edit]
  • St. Margaret Mary Parish School - Closed in 2011.
  • St. Mary Parish School - Closed in 2011.
  • St. Roch Parish School (465 Villa Ave.) - Staffed by the Sisters of St. John the Baptist. Closed in 2011.
  • St. Joseph Rosebank - Closed 2013
  • Immaculate Conception - Close 2013
  • Assumption School
  • St. Paul School

Dutchess County[edit]

  • Immaculate Conception Parish School (Amenia) - Operated from 1881 to 1986; staffed by the Sisters of St. Ursula and the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish School (Poughkeepsie) - Operated from 1930 to 2007.
  • St. Joachim Parish School (Beacon) - Staffed by the Sisters of Charity; merged with St. John the Evangelist School.
  • St. Joachim-St. John Parish School (Beacon) - Closed in 2001[27]
  • St. John the Evangelist Parish School (Beacon) - Staffed by the Sisters of Mercy; merged with St. Joachim School.
  • St. Joseph Parish School (Millbrook) – Closed in 2013.[34]
  • St. Joseph Parish School (Poughkeepsie) - Closed in 1966; also known as Mount Carmel South. Formerly staffed by the Sisters of the Resurrection.
  • St. Mary Parish School (Poughkeepsie) - Opened in 1878; formerly staffed by the Sisters of Charity and Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Michael Parish School (Poughkeepsie) - Staffed by the Sisters of Christian Charity.
  • St. Sylvia Parish School (Tivoli) - Established in 1888; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.

Orange County[edit]

  • Holy Name of Mary Parish School (Montgomery) - Opened in 1900.
  • Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish School (Highland Falls) - Operated from 1930 to 2011; formerly staffed by the Franciscan Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart.
  • St. Anastasia Parish School (Harriman) -
  • St. Columba Parish School (Chester) - Operated from 1908 to 1991; staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Francis of Assisi Parish School (Newburgh) - Staffed by the Sisters of the Resurrection.
  • St. Joseph Parish School (Middletown) - Operated from 1887 to 2011; formerly staffed by the Ursuline Sisters.
  • St. Joseph Parish School (New Windsor) - Operated from 1966 to 2011.
  • St. Thomas of Canterbury Parish School (Cornwall-on-Hudson) - Closed in 2011
  • St. Mary Parish School (Newburgh) - Closed in 1971; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Mary Parish School (Port Jervis) - Closed in 1971; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegheny and Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Patrick Parish School (Newburgh) - Staffed by the Lasallian Christian Brothers and Sisters of Charity.

Putnam County[edit]

  • Our Lady of Loretto Parish School (Cold Spring) - Opened in 1913 closed 1977; staffed by the Franciscan Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart/Franciscan Sisters of Peace.
  • St. John the Evangelist Parish School (Mahopac) - Closed in 2011.
  • St. Lawrence O'Toole Parish School (Brewster) - Operated from 1927 to 2008; staffed by the Sisters of Divine Compassion.

Rockland County[edit]

  • Immaculate Conception Parish School (Stony Point) - Closed in 2008; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.[18]
  • Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish School (Tappan) - Operated from 1965 to 1992; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt.
  • St. Ann Parish School (Nyack) - Operated from 1892 to 2003; staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Augustine Parish Elementary School (New City) – Closed in 2013.[35]
  • St. Catharine Parish School (Blauvelt) - Operated from 1957 to 2008.[18]
  • St. Joseph Parish School (Spring Valley) - Operated from 1927 to 2005.
  • St. Michael Parish School (Rockland Lake) - Operated from 1907 to 1927; staffed by the Sisters of St. Agnes.
  • St. Peter Parish School (Haverstraw) – Operated from 1863 to 2013; formerly staffed by the Sisters of Charity (1884–?).[36]

Sullivan County[edit]

  • Holy Cross Parish School (Callicoon) - Operated from 1925 to 1981; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegheny.
  • Our Lady of the Angels Parish School (Jeffersonville) - Operated from 1954 to 1968; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegheny.
  • St. Aloysius School (Livingston Manor) - Opened in 1904 and closed after 1971; formerly staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt.
  • St. Joseph Mountain School (Forestburgh) - Operated as a boarding school by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Mary Parish School (Obernburg) - Opened in 1882; run by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Peter Parish School (Monticello) - Run by the Sisters of St. Dominic.

Ulster County[edit]

  • Immaculate Conception Parish School (Kingston) - Staffed by the Felician Sisters.
  • St. Augustine Parish School (Highland) - Operated from 1958 to 2011; formerly staffed by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart (1958–1973).
  • St. Catherine Laboure Parish School (Lake Katrine) - Operated from 1959 to 1972; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill.
  • St. Joseph Parish School (New Paltz) - Operated from 1949 to 1970; staffed by the Benedictine Sisters of Elizabeth (1949-1970).
  • St. Mary Parish School (Kingston) - Merged with St. Peter School in 1970 to form Kingston Catholic; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Mary of the Snow Parish School (Saugerties) – Operated from 1882 to 2013; formerly staffed by the Sisters of Charity.[37]
  • St. Peter Parish School (Kingston) - Opened in 1858 and merged with St. Mary School in 1970 to form Kingston Catholic; staffed by the Sisters of Charity (1877–88) and Sisters of Christian Charity (1888-??)
  • St. Peter Parish School (Rosendale) - Operated from 1890 to 2001;[27] staffed by the Sisters of Charity.

Westchester County[edit]

  • Assumption Parish School (Peekskill) – Operated from 1907 to 2013; staffed by the Missionary Sisters of St. Francis.[38]
  • Assumption Parish School (Tuckahoe) - Operated from 1960 to 1979; staffed by the Religious Teacher Filippi.;[39]
  • Blessed Sacrament Academy Grade School (Yonkers) - Operated from 1915 to 1961; operated and staffed by the Sacramentine Nuns.
  • Blessed Sacrament Parish School (New Rochelle) - Operated from 1866 to 2007; staffed by the Ursuline Sisters (1924-1995).
  • Christ the King Parish School (Yonkers) - Closed in 2011.
  • Corpus Christi Parish School (Port Chester) - Operated from 1959 to 2008; merged with Holy Rosary in Port Chester. Staffed by the Salesian Sisters of Don Bosco.[18]
  • Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy (Yonkers) - Opened in 1898; operated and staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • Holy Eucharist Parish School (Yonkers) - Closed in 1960; staffed by the Sisters of Mercy.
  • Holy Family Parish School (New Rochelle) - Operated from 1920 to 2005; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Newburgh.
  • Holy Name of Jesus Parish School (Valhalla) – Operated from 1963 to 2013.[40]
  • Holy Rosary Parish School (Hawthorne) - Closed in 2008.[18]
  • Holy Rosary Parish School (Port Chester) - Operated from 1945 to 2008; merged in 2008 with Corpus Christi in Port Chester.[18]
  • Holy Name of Mary Parish School (Croton-on-Hudson) - Operated from 1929 to ~1985; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Peace/Franciscan Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart.
  • Immaculate Conception Parish School (Irvington) - Closed in 2008; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Peace.[18]
  • Most Holy Trinity Parish School (Mamaroneck) - Closed in 1986; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Hastings-on-Hudson and the Sisters of Charity of New York.
  • Most Holy Trinity Parish School (Yonkers) - Closed in 1986; staffed by the Sisters of Ss. Cyril & Methodius & the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • Mount Carmel-St. Anthony School (Yonkers)[41] - Operated from 1963 to 2005; parish operated by Pallottine Fathers; formerly staffed by the Missionary Canonesses of St. Augustine.
  • Our Lady of Fatima Parish School (Scarsdale) – Closed in 2013.[42]
  • Our Lady of Mercy/St. Mary Parish School (Port Chester) - Operated from 1848 to 1993; staffed by the Sisters of Charity of New York (1868-1993).
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish School (Mount Vernon) - Operated from 1925 to 1991; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegheny (1925-1981).
  • Our Lady of the Rosary Parish School (Yonkers) - Opened in 1908; staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt.
  • Sacred Heart Parish School (Dobbs Ferry) - Staffed by the Sisters of Mercy.
  • Sacred Heart School for the Arts Parish School (Mount Vernon) - Operated from 1894 to 2011; formerly staffed by the Sisters of Mercy.
  • St. Ann Parish School (Ossining) - Closed in 2011.
  • St. Anthony of Padua Parish School (West Harrison) - Staffed by the Sisters of Divine Compassion; closed in 2011.
  • St. Augustine Parish School (Larchmont) - Operated from 1912 to 1976; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Newburgh (1912-1973).[11]
  • St. Bartholomew Parish School (Yonkers) - Operated from 1913 to 2011; formerly staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic and Presentation Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
  • St. Bernard Parish School (White Plains) - Closed in 1977.
  • St. Casimir Parish School (Yonkers) – Operated from 1905 to 2013; formerly staffed by the Sisters of the Resurrection (1905–1997).[43]
  • St. Catharine Parish School (Pelham) - Opened in 1907; staffed by the Sisters of St. Francis of Hastings-on-Hudson.
  • St. Denis Parish School (Yonkers) - Operated from 1926 to 2006; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Francis of Assisi School (Mount Kisco) - Staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Gabriel Parish School (New Rochelle) - Operated from 1898 to 1976; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Gregory the Great Parish School (Harrison, New York) - Operated 1953 to 2002.
  • St. Hyacinth School for Boys (Hawthorne) - Operated from 1892 to 1932; run by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. John & St. Mary Parish School (Chappaqua) - Operated from 1959 to 1972; staffed by the Sisters of the Presentation.
  • St. John the Evangelist Parish School (White Plains) - Operated from 1888 to 2006; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • St. Joseph's Parish School (Croton Falls) - Staffed by the Sisters of Divine Compassion (2010-2011); closed in 2011.
  • St. Joseph Parish School (New Rochelle) - Opened in 1909; staffed by the Sisters of St. Francis of Hastings-on-Hudson.
  • St. Joseph Parish School (Yonkers) - Operated from 1872 to 1992; staffed by the Sisters of Charity (1881-?).
  • St. Mary Parish School (Yonkers) - Operated from 1857 to 2011; staffed by the Sisters of Charity of New York (1857–2011). Formerly staffed by the De La Salle Christian Brothers (1861-1968).
  • St. Mary of the Assumption Parish School (Katonah) - Closed in 1993.
  • St. Matthew Parish School (Hastings-on-Hudson) - Operated from 1889 to 2005; staffed by the Franciscan Sisters of Peace.
  • St. Michael Greek Parish School (Yonkers) - Opened in 1954; staffed by the Sisters of St. Basil the Great.
  • St. Nicholas of Myra Ruthenian Parish School (Yonkers) - Opened in 1912.
  • St. Patrick Parish School (Verplanck) - Operated from 1891 to 1991; staffed by the Missionary Sisters of St. Francis/Franciscan Sisters of Peace.
  • St. Pius X Parish School (Scarsdale) - Operated from 1956 to 2005; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill.
  • St. Teresa of Avila Parish School (Sleepy Hollow) - Operated from 1885 to 1993; staffed by the Missionary Sisters of St. Francis/Franciscan Sisters of Peace (1885-1984).
  • St. Theresa Parish School (Briarcliff Manor) – Closed in 2013.[44]
  • St. Thomas Parish School (Pleasantville) - Closed in 1972; staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
  • St. Vito Parish School (Mamaroneck) - Operated from 1960 to 1986; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill.
  • Sts. Peter & Paul Parish School (Mount Vernon) - Operated from 1949 to 2011; formerly staffed by the Sisters of the Holy Child.

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