We would like to share with our community that we have accepted a contract with the DOE to offer UPK3 and UPK4 programs. Our families that have previously registered for our private pre-school programs for 2022-23 school year will be accommodated in the newly established PreK for All initiative. Stay tuned for more news!
We look forward to welcoming new and prospective families to Bay Ridge Catholic Academy! Come and see what we have to offer from PK-3 to 8th grade!
We’ve officially established a relationship with St. Francis College that will help us create a college-oriented culture with our students. This partnership will include many benefits to our students, including visits from the SFC Admissions team, visits and talks from President Miguel Martinez-Saenz with students and faculty, visits for our students to SFC with personalized building tours and presentations, and opportunities for student and families to attend NCAA Division 1 athletic events.
Students will also benefit from a student-teaching partnership with opportunities for tutoring and classroom teaching; STEM lectures and classes with access to SFC lab activities; and future access to SFC summer science and entrepreneurship programs. This collaboration will help us provide exposure to college benefits to our students early in their academic careers. See the Currents News report and Instagram post below to learn more.
Catholic Schools Week is here and kick off with a family mass at St. Anselm on Sunday, January 30th at 10 am. We’ll be celebrating all week long with many activities concluding on Saturday, February 5th. This week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States and is celebrated with masses, open houses, and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Please see the for our celebration below:
Sunday, January 30th – “Celebrate Your Parish”
*Family Mass 10:00 AM – Students in Uniform
School Tours for prospective families from 11:00am -1:00pm (Masks required)
Monday, January 31st – “Make the World A Better Place”
*Muffins with MOM (Moms will pick up a goodie bag at drop off) Students dress down in Earth colors – blue, green, brown
Tuesday, February 1st – “Celebrate our Students”
Breakfast for students (sponsored by St. Anselm Youth Activities) Students wear any BRC Gear
Wednesday, February 2nd – “Celebrating the Nation” – We pray for our Nation and recognize all those who serve.
*Donuts with DAD (Dads will pick up a goodie bag at drop off)
The President of St. Francis College will visit our School – Students Wear Uniforms “Heroes for Heroes”
All 1st Responders will get a hero in the Courtyard from 11:00am to 1:00pm
Thursday, February 3rd – “Celebrating Vocations” – Focus on Faith and Service
Rosaries will be given out to all Students and Faculty Students wear Uniforms – Assembly – All Grades
Friday, February 4th – “Celebrate Faculty, Staff and Volunteers”
Teacher Lunch, Students & Staff Pajama Party
Saturday, February 5th – “Celebrate Our Families”
Students should give thanks to parents, guardians and other family members
We look forward to welcoming new and prospective families to Bay Ridge Catholic on Sunday, January 30, 2022 from 11 am to 1 pm for an open house and tours.
There will be a Catholic Schools Week Mass at 10 am at St. Anselm Catholic Church where our entire community will be celebrating together. Come join us and see all that our vibrant Bay Ridge Catholic community has to offer your family.
This week BRC scientists were familiarized with magnetic superpowers and even attracted metals. Everyone knows that Santa 🎅 lives on North Pole but we learned that a magnetic pole located there too.
Using that knowledge we made a paper clip 🧷compass 🧭 and it worked. We saw how magnetic field can work from a distance when we played “Try not to get splashed game” and watched a cereal flake 🥣 follow a magnet.
The most fun was to see metallic sand to make hedgehogs 🦔 on a tray. We even touched 🦔 spikes))).
Our students’ March of Dimes fundraiser was featured on Currents News on NET TV!
Our Marvel Science Lab after school program, which teaches science through cool superhero-based experiments, began this week.
During our first session, students explored the superpowers of air pressure. Working with their Marvel Science Lab instructors, they built gliders with hoops instead of wings and competed to see whose plane flew the farthest. Mr. Denis also demonstrated an experiment where a huge plastic bottle was squeezed by air.