An overview of programs and facilities St. Patrick Catholic Academy has to offer students and parents
St. Pats Winter Program 2020 !
To enroll your child please download and return the registration form
Bring your little one for reading and fun!
Come join us for a night of painting, socializing, and creativity!
Come shop at the HAA’s Christmas Boutique in the Aldo Bruschi Auditorium , Wednesday December 11 from 8:30 am until 11:30 AM. Be sure to check the schedule for the time slot your child will be shopping in the link below!
Wear your best 50’s & 60’s outfits at this special Father Daughter Sock Hop Dance!
Literacy & Laughter Toddler Program
This Read With Me toddler program is open to all parents/ grandparents, guardians, nannies, & sitters! Begin reading with your little one in this fun educational class. In this guided class, toddlers are introduced to beginner reading, listening, & writing skills, social & conversational skills, as well as phonemic awareness and more!
Our September 21st Dress Down, along with St. Patrick Parish’s Fall Fest fundraiser, were highlighted in a recent edition of The Home Reporter newspaper as part of their feature story about how Bay Ridge and the surrounding community was honoring the life of “Sweet Sally Sunshine” Sally Kabel. Sally, a fixture in both Bay Ridge and Breezy Point, survived leukemia, however the harsh treatments took a toll, and she passed away on September 19, 2018.
In honor of September being Pediatric Cancer Month, and in remembrance of Sally, St. Patrick Catholic Academy joined schools across our district and our faculty and students participated in a Gold & Yellow Dress Down Day, proceeds from which were donated to the Kabel Family. Monies earned during the parish Fall Fest later that evening were also donated to the Kabel’s.
Check out the 4th Grade along with their teacher, Ms. Nordbo, along with the rest of the story as it appeared in the September 28th edition of The Home Reporter below. You can also read the story online by clicking here.
Congratulations to Mr. Brendan Moloney’09, our Sixth Grade and Middle School ELA Teacher, who has been named as a Deputy Marshal in this Sunday’s Bay Ridge St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade kicks off at 1 PM and marches along Third Avenue, from Marine Avenue to 67st Street.