Class of 2025: Registration Day is March 3, 2021. Please be sure to check your email for your Registration Form and to schedule your virtual one on one with Sr. Ann M. Welch, principal.
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Students in Ms. Attia's AP World History class reflected on National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman's Inauguration Poem, "The Hill We Climb." The students thoughtful reflections analyzed several lines in the poem including "But this doesn’t mean we are striving to form a union that is perfect. We are striving to forge our union with purpose” and "If we merge mercy with might, and might with right, then love becomes our legacy and change, our children’s birthright."
Five St. Catharine Academy juniors have been selected to participate in the Job Opportunities Program (JOP) run by the Inner City Scholarship Fund for 150 juniors in the Archdiocese each year. The program gives students "the opportunity to gain experience in a business setting through job-readiness workshops and paid summer internships at many of New York's most prestigious companies and organizations.
Accepted Students Letters will be mailed on January 15, 2021. SCA will be welcoming accepted students at two virtual events on January 19 and 21, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. For the Class of 2025, the Financial Aid window is open until Friday, January 8, 2021. To apply visit the FACTS website at https://online.factsmgt.com/signup/ For current students, the Financial Aid window will open in March of 2021.
The Institute Leadership Team of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas strongly denounces the violence and disrespect exhibited on Wednesday, January 6, by insurgents who stormed the U.S. Capitol. This hateful and intentional behavior, meant to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power that is central to our democracy, is deplorable and totally disregards Gospel values and the principles of other faiths and people of good will. This deliberate assault on the soul of our nation shattered trust and common purpose while stoking suspicion, fear and division. We must unite, actively work toward a culture that promotes peace and nonviolence, and change violent, racist and white supremacist systems and structures. We must engage in sustained dialogue to bridge differences and restore trust in all circles of public life. Please join the Sisters of Mercy in prayers for healing, peace and unity to surround the United States and all who live here. We pledge to continue to collaborate with communities and organizations that foster nonviolence and work to promote constructive dialogue and change reflecting who we are as a nation that strives to witness to liberty and justice for all.
At a Glance
- 11 Advanced Placement Courses
- Classes 2014-2020: $112.3 million in college academic scholarships and grants
- 1:1 iPad Program
- Varsity Cheerleaders 10 consecutive years as National finalists
- First all-girl team in NYS to qualify for Nationals in robotics
- 25+ Clubs and Activities