Thank you to Catholic New York for this article written by Timothy Cardinal Dolan about our Catholic schools

"Research tells us that graduates of Catholic schools are far less likely to get involved in drugs, crimes, or violence; enter into more lasting marriages with unified families; and are very involved as leaders in the community.

Research again shows that those who have attended Catholic schools know their religion better, pray more often, and are more regular at Sunday Mass; not only that, they are more likely to become priests or sisters, and are more generous with sharing their time, talent, and treasure.

We can point out that last year’s state test scores put our Catholic schools first among public, charter, and most expensive private ones. That alone, we would argue, makes them worth it."


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