Catholic education in the Archdiocese of New York began in 1800 in St. Peter’s Parish in lower Manhattan. Today, Catholic educators in the archdiocese serve more than 67,000 students from Pre-K to twelfth grade in rural, urban and suburban settings throughout the ten southern counties of New York State. Building on more than 200 years of inspiring students, our Catholic schools offer an excellent, nurturing, values-centered education in a structured environment that helps children of all backgrounds realize their fullest potential as human beings.
To learn more, please visit CatholicSchoolsNY.org.
Champions for Quality Education partners with under resourced elementary schools in the Archdiocese of New York by fundraising for capital repairs and academic enrichment programs.
The work of Champions, a sister organization of Inner-City Scholarship Fund, ensures that all Catholic elementary schools in the Archdiocese of New York deliver the programs necessary for student learning and achievement. Our Champions are selfless donors and dedicated volunteers who assist our mission to elevate lives, families and communities through quality education.
To learn more, please visit ChampionsForQualityEducation.org.