Long Island’s 47 Catholic elementary schools provide clean, safe and ultimately functional spaces for learning. These secure, Wi-Fi enabled buildings are a vital part of the communities they serve. Below are just a few examples of the unique nature of the schools.
The Schools of St. Dominic Elementary in Oyster Bay
The Schools of St. Dominic, including St. Dominic Elementary in Oyster Bay, recently put their new science lab into service. The new science lab offers hands-on experiments that delve into the scientific process, teaching students to formulate hypotheses, observe, collect data and evaluate the hypotheses.
Our Lady of the Hamptons School in Southampton
A significant expansion of the campus of Southampton’s Our Lady of the Hamptons School introduced a new Wellness Center and needed classroom space. The Wellness Center introduced a new gym with a suspended indoor running track. The expansion also added new classrooms for OLH middle school students, allowing OLH to re-task the existing first floor classrooms as a primary education center.
Our Lady of Victory School in Floral Park
A highlight of Our Lady of Victory School in Floral Park is this beautiful statue of Mary in the main hallway. Religious symbols such as this are found in all of the schools, serving as a constant reminder of the presence of God in our schools, and in the children’s lives.
St. Anne’s School in Garden City
The chapel at St. Anne’s School in Garden City was designed by a group of twelve students.
‘Baseball Heaven’ Sports Complex in Yaphank
Many Catholic Middle School Sports Association (CMSSA) games are played at ‘Baseball Heaven’, an incredible sports complex in Yaphank that features four full 90’ baseball diamonds and three softball fields. In addition to the value of team play and competition, good sportsmanship and an opening prayer are still integral parts of our games.
All Saints Regional School in Glen Cove
One of the most picturesque schools in the Diocese, All Saints Regional School in Glen Cove is a spectacular historic building in the wooded hills of Long Island’s North Shore.
St. Agnes Cathedral School in Rockville Centre
The Cathedral at St. Agnes is one of the most distinctive buildings on Long Island and is at the center of the Diocese of Rockville Centre. St. Agnes Cathedral School in Rockville Centre, the Parish school of St. Agnes, was established in 1917 and is one of Long Island’s high performing academic institutions.