It’s been an exciting week for Catholic elementary schools on Long Island, as they’ve been busy growing in service, academics, and spirituality. From hosting a senior luncheon and donating to a non-profit organization, to engaging in fun activities that promote learning, these schools are constantly finding ways to improve and give back to their communities.
In addition, the students at Long Island’s Catholic elementary schools have had ample opportunities to deepen their faith and personal growth over the past week. From leading Masses to receiving virtue awards, these students have been actively involved in a variety of spiritual activities that have helped them to become more grounded in their faith.
Overall, Long Island Catholic Schools offered a week of enriching learning experiences that not only helped students grow academically, but also brought them joy and fulfillment!
^ The future is bright for the students at Our Lady of Victory Parish School in Floral Park! 🙏🏼
^ The students at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Malverne are taking over the library, one book at a time! 🤩📚
^ Saint Aidan Catholic School in Williston Park – A community of learning and growth! 🏫💡
^ Our Lady of Peace School in Lynbrook is helping to foster compassion and kindness in their students from a young age! ♥️
^ Getting hands-on in science class at St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope Regional School in Westbury! 🔍
^ Our Lady Queen of Apostles School in Center Moriches – Looks like food, fun, and good company! 🤩
^ The students at Saint Agnes Cathedral School in Rockville Centre are bringing the world to us all! 🌍🎉
^ Building character one virtue at a time with St. Dominic Elementary and Middle School in Oyster Bay! 🌟🙏
If you are interested in enrolling your child in any of our schools, you can find which school is closest to you. You can also find links to featured schools beneath each photo below.