List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York

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This is a list of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York covers New York, Bronx, and Richmond Counties in New York City (coterminous with the boroughs of Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island, respectively), as well as Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester counties in New York state. To see a list of schools that have closed in the archdiocese, please review the List of closed schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.

High schools[edit]

New York City[edit]

The Bronx[edit]

  • Academy of Mount St. Ursula – All-girls' school established in 1855; staffed by the Ursuline Sisters. [11]
  • All Hallows High School – All-boys' school established in 1909; staffed by the Irish Christian Brothers and Dominican Sisters of Amityville. [12]
  • Aquinas High School – All-girls' school established in 1939; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill. [13]
  • Cardinal Hayes High School – All-boys' school established in 1941; staffed by archdiocesan priests, Brothers of St. Charles Lwanga, Carmelite Brothers, Dominican Sisters of Sparkill and Irish Christian Brothers. Formerly staffed by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Franciscan Fathers & Brothers, Marist Brothers and Xaverian Brothers. [14]
  • Cardinal Spellman High School – Co-ed school established in 1959; staffed by archdiocesan priests, the Sisters of St. Francis and formerly De La Salle Christian Brothers. [15]
  • Fordham Preparatory School – All-boys' school established in 1841; staffed by the Jesuit Fathers. [16]
  • Monsignor Scanlan High School – Co-ed school established in 1976; staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill. Formerly staffed by the Marist Brothers. [17]
  • Mount Saint Michael Academy – All-boys' school established in 1926; staffed by the Marist Brothers. [18]
  • Preston High School – All-girls' school established in 1947; staffed by the Sisters of the Divine Compassion. [19]
  • St. Barnabas High School (Bronx) – All-girls' school established in 1924; staffed by the Sisters of Charity and the Religious of Jesus & Mary. [20]
  • St. Catharine Academy – All-girls' school established in 1889; staffed by the Sisters of Mercy, Dominican Sisters of Sparkill and Sisters of Charity; formerly staffed by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. [21]
  • St. Raymond Academy – All-girls' school established in 1960; staffed by the Sisters of Charity and the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt. [22]
  • St. Raymond High School for Boys – All-boys' school established in 1960; staffed by the De La Salle Christian Brothers. [23]

Manhattan[edit]

  • Cathedral High School – All-girls' school founded in 1905; staffed by the Sisters of Charity.[1]
  • Convent of the Sacred Heart – All-girls' school founded in 1881; sponsored by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.[2]
  • Cristo Rey School – Coed school staffed by the Sisters of Christian Charity and Jesuit Fathers; sponsored by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus and the Sisters of St. Dominic.[3]
  • Dominican Academy – All-girls' school staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Columbus and the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.[4]
  • La Salle Academy – All-boys' school founded in 1848; staffed by the De La Salle Christian Brothers.[5]
  • Loyola School (New York City) – Coed school founded in 1900; staffed by the Jesuit Fathers and Sisters of Notre Dame; formerly all-boys until 1973.[6]
  • Marymount School – All-girls' school founded in 1926; staffed by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. [24]
  • Mother Cabrini High School – All girls school founded in 1899; staffed by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart. [25]
  • Notre Dame High School – All-girls' school established in 1943; formerly located on W. 79th St. and St. Mark's Place. Staffed by the Sisters of St. Ursula.
  • Regis High School – All-boys' school founded in 1914; staffed by the Jesuit Fathers. [26]
  • St. George Academy – Ukrainian Parish high school.[7]

Staten Island[edit]

  • Monsignor Farrell High School – All-boys' school established in 1960; staffed by archdiocesan priests, Irish Christian Brothers and the Sisters of Charity. [27]
  • Moore Catholic High School – Coed school established in 1962; formerly an all-girls school (1962–1969). Staffed by Archdiocesan priests and Sisters of Our Lady of the Garden (2002 – present). Formerly staffed by the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Sisters [28]
  • Notre Dame Academy – All-girls' school established in 1903; staffed by the Congregation de Notre Dame. [29]
  • St. John Villa Academy – All-girls' school established in 1932; staffed by the Sisters of St. John the Baptist. [30]
  • St. Joseph by the Sea High School – Coed school established in 1963; formerly an all-girls school (1963–1973). Staffed by Archdiocesan priests, Sisters of Charity, Sisters of St. Francis and Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. [31]
  • St. Joseph Hill Academy – All-girls' school established in 1930; staffed by the Daughters of Divine Charity. [32]
  • St. Peter's Boys High School – All-boys' school established in 1917; staffed by the De La Salle Christian Brothers and Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood. [33]

Dutchess County[edit]

Orange County[edit]

Rockland County[edit]

Ulster County[edit]

Westchester County[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

New York City[edit]

· St Joan of Arc Roman Catholic School

The Bronx[edit]

Manhattan[edit]

Staten Island[edit]

  • Academy of St. Dorothy Private School – Established in 1932 by the Sisters of St. Dorothy.
  • Blessed Sacrament Parish School (830 Delafield Ave.) – Established in 1910; formerly staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • Holy Rosary Parish School
  • Immaculate Conception Parish School (Stapleton) – Established in 1907; formerly staffed by the Sisters of Charity.
  • Notre Dame Academy Private School (Girls only)
  • Our Lady Help of Christians Parish School
  • Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish School
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel/St. Benedicta Parish School
  • Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish School
  • Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish School
  • Sacred Heart Parish School
  • St. Adalbert Parish School
  • St. Ann Parish School
  • St. Charles Parish School – Established in 1963.
  • St. Christopher Parish School
  • St. Clare Parish School
  • St. John Villa Academy Private School (57 Cleveland Place) – Staffed by the Sisters of St. John the Baptist.
  • St. Joseph and St. Thomas Parish School (50 Maguire Ave.) – Established in 1966; formerly staffed by the Marianites of the Holy Cross (1966–1989).
  • St. Joseph Hill Academy Private School
  • St. Joseph Parish School
  • St. Patrick Parish School
  • St. Peter- St. Paul Parish School
  • St. Rita Parish School
  • St. Teresa Parish School

Dutchess County[edit]

Orange County[edit]

Putnam County[edit]

Rockland County[edit]

Sullivan County[edit]

Ulster County[edit]

Westchester County[edit]

Special schools[edit]

References[edit]

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  11. ^ History of St. Margaret School Accessed October 16, 2009
  12. ^ History of St. Paul School Accessed October 16, 2009