Monsignor Scanlan High School
|Monsignor Scanlan High School|
915 Hutchinson River Parkway
|Motto||"Remembering the Past, Preparing for the Future"|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Campus size||13 acres (53,000 m2)|
|Color(s)||Navy and White|
|Accreditation||Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools|
|Affiliation||Dominican Sisters of Sparkill|
|Athletic Director||Tom Cattalanotto|
|Assistant Principal||Kris Keelin|
Monsignor Scanlan High School is a four-year private, Roman Catholic high school located in the Throggs Neck neighborhood of The Bronx, New York City. It is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the New York State Board of Regents.
Monsignor Scanlan High School was initially established in 1949 as two schools, St. Helena's High School for Boys and St. Helena's High School for Girls. Both schools were formed by Monsignor Arthur J. Scanlan, founding pastor of St. Helena's Church. He also founded the parish elementary school in 1940. Both high schools were renamed in Scanlan's honor in 1972 and merged to form one coeducational high school in 1976. The parish also operated a commercial high school from 1956 to 2002.
Located near the foot of the Whitestone Bridge, Monsignor Scanlan High School sits on a suburban-like 13-acre oasis campus in the Throggs Neck neighborhood of The Bronx, just minutes from northern Queens. Students residing in The Bronx, Queens and Manhattan constitute the majority of the pupil population. The Q-50 and Q-44 MTA bus line accommodates Monsignor Scanlan students traveling from different points in Queens and The Bronx and conveniently stops on the school’s campus. The school is adjacent to Westchester Creek to the west and the Whitestone Bridge and Ferry Point Park to the south. 
The academic program is organized around a seven-day cycle on three academic levels designed to accommodate the scholastic needs of students. The Honors Program rigorously challenges honor students to excel. The Regents Program prepares students to perform successfully on the New York State Regents exams and the school's Satellite Program offers students reinforcement in the areas of Math and Reading Skills.
Msgr. Scanlan High School offers STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) courses as part of the Amazon Future Engineer Pathway STEM Program in Partnership with Edhesive. Course offerings include: Introduction to Computer Coding and Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science.
Advanced Placement courses
Monsignor Scanlan High School offers two distinctive opportunities for its students to earn college credits:
Advanced Placement courses are offered in:
- World History
- United States History
- U.S. Government and Politics
- Spanish Language
- Spanish Literature
College level courses
Monsignor Scanlan High School also partners with St. John's University to offer college level courses to Juniors and Seniors with an opportunity to obtain college credits.
All classrooms are equipped with SMART Board® technology.
- Twenty-six classrooms
- Three science labs
- Two computer labs
- Two gymnasiums
- A state-of-the-art workout facility
- Baseball and softball fields
- A newly renovated chapel
- One convent
Monsignor Scanlan High School offers competitive athletic programs to its students. The school has garnered several city-wide championship titles.
- Boys' Baseball (Junior Varsity & Varsity)- 2015 & 2014 CHSAA City Champions
- Girls' Basketball JV & Varsity team 2017 & 2016 A Division New York City Archdiocesan Champions] Three recent graduates were recruited to Division 1 women's basketball programs at Virginia Commonwealth University, Townson University and Providence College. Former WNBA Los Angeles Sparks player Monique Coker also hails from Scanlan.
- Girls' Softball
- Boys' Basketball (Freshman, J.V. and Varsity)
- Girls' Volleyball
- Cross Country
- Intramural Sports
Clubs and activities
Monsignor Scanlan High School has a number of student activities designed to promote a broad spectrum of interests.
- Scanlan Ambassadors
- Student Council
- Choir (Liturgy)
- Global Trotters - Tutoring in Global History I & II
- Zumba Club
- SASA - Scanlan’s Alumni Student Assistance
- Health and Wellness Club
- International Culture Club
- National Hispanic Institute
- Knitting for Others
- Art Club
- Video Game Club
- The National Honor Society
- National English Honor Society
- Mu Alpha Theta (Math)
- National Science Honor Society
- Rho Kappa (Social Studies)
- Dominic Massaro, NY State Supreme Court Justice
- Anne Gregory O'Connell top rebounder in women's NCAA college hoops history with 1,999 rebounds Pre-NCAA record still stands today.
- George A. Romero, Filmmaker, notably for creating Night of the Living Dead film series.
- Jim Dietz, Olympic silver medalist, National Rowing Hall of Fame.
- Patrick Lynch, President, Patrolmen's Benevolent Association
- Mike Nagy, Former MLB Player for the Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, and Houston Astros.
- Louie Vega, International DJ, 2018 Grammy Winner, 6 Time Nominee, Producer, Artist, 
- Brian Ronan Tony Award Winner & Drama Desk Award Winner
- Chris Gallagher, Attorney Harvard University Hall of Fame
- Bruce Bozzi, Sr., International Restaurateur, The Palm Restaurants]
- Dr. Michelle Caban, M.D., F.A.C.O.G] OB GYN
- Arlene Caban-Pocai, PhD Psychology]
- Dr. Kenneth Gonoud, D. C., Chiropractor
- Jacqueline Civitano, Attorney
- Vincent Cavallo, Attorney
- Jim Deitz Olympic Silver Medalist, National Rowing Hall of Fame
- Sr. Mary Elizabeth Mooney Principal, St. John Chrysostum School
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