Saratoga Central Catholic High School

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Saratoga Central Catholic High School
Saratoga Central Catholic High School.jpg
Saratoga Catholic High School in 2013
247 Broadway
Saratoga Springs, New York
Saratoga Springs, (Saratoga County), New York 12866
United States
Coordinates43°4′37″N 73°47′13″W / 43.07694°N 73.78694°W / 43.07694; -73.78694Coordinates: 43°4′37″N 73°47′13″W / 43.07694°N 73.78694°W / 43.07694; -73.78694
TypePrivate, Coeducational
MottoPreparation for College - Values for Life
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
School districtRoman Catholic Diocese of Albany
CEEB code335050
DeanMaria Izzo and Alphonse Lambert
PrincipalL. Stephen Lombard
Enrollment225 (2017-2018)
Average class size15
Color(s)Purple and Gold         
SloganOmnia Pro Deo
Athletics conferenceWASAREN
SportsCross Country, Golf, Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Bowling, Baseball, Track and Field, Softball, Nordic Skiing
Team nameSaints
AccreditationAdvancED Accredited
Tuition$6,000 (6-8), $8,100 (9-12)
Notable AlumniTim Stauffer, Scott Cherry, Christian Garcia
IT/CIO AdministatorDennis Ostrowski
Director of Guidance and Student ServicesMargot Barnes
Athletic DirectorAlphonse Lambert
Director of AdvancementMary Guarnieri
Registration Cordinator/Human ResourcesEllen Bailey

Saratoga Central Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school and middle school located in Saratoga Springs, New York. It is located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. The 2017-2018 enrollment is 225 students. Tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is $6,180 (6-8) and $8,340 (9-12).


Saratoga Central Catholic was established in 1862. It was established as Saint Peter's Academy and later changed to its current name in 1975.[1] It is the only Catholic high school in Saratoga County. Grades 7 and 8 were added in 1988 and Grade 6 was added in 2006.[2] While Saratoga Central Catholic is situated next to and was formerly named after the Church of St. Peter, it is officially affiliated with St. Clement's Parish in downtown Saratoga Springs.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ SCCHS. "Saratoga Central Catholic". Saratoga Central Catholic High School website. Retrieved 2007-05-11.
  2. ^ Coleman, Lee (Sep 24, 1988). "Principal Positive About Program". Schenectady Gazette. Retrieved Sep 25, 2013.

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