Students Attend the Right to Life March in Washington, D.C.

January 22, 2018

Students and faculty attended the Right to Life March in Washington, D.C. on Friday, January 19.

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History Matters talk December 2017

December 21, 2017

Mark Kindschuh, an ROTC cadet spoke with Saint Saviour High School's History Matters group on December 21 about his experience helping to save the life of a man stabbed during a terror attack in... [Read more]

Biology Classes

December 13, 2017

As part of their study of Biochemistry, the Biology students built a DNA model in class on December 13. 

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Gospel Choir Singing at Grand Army Plaza Tree Lighting

December 13, 2017

Our Gospel Choir sang at the Grand Army Plaza Tree Lighting on December 11. Click here to watch their performance!

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Saint Saviour High School receives Blackboard award from NY Family

December 5, 2017

Thanks in large part to nominations from our Saviour community, St. Saviour High School has been selected as a school of excellence and received a 2017 Blackboard Award on December 4 from ... [Read more]

History Matters Visits the Catholic Worker

December 5, 2017

Thursday, November 30, History Matters visited the Catholic Worker located at 55 East Third Street in Manhattan.  Mr. Bill Griffin spoke about Dorothy Day and how her commitment to helping the poor led... [Read more]

Shalom Club Service Day

November 8, 2017

Members of the Shalom Club visited the Amber Court Assisted Living Facility on November 7. They shared in conversation with the residents, while painting and drawing with them.  Click  here to... [Read more]

32nd Annual High School Chemistry Day

October 30, 2017

Students attended the 32nd Annual High School Chemistry Day at Brooklyn College on Friday, October 27. This event celebrates National Chemistry Week and is sponsored by the Department of Chemistry of Brooklyn College of... [Read more]

Briana E. ‘19

October 25, 2017

Briana E. Class of 2019 was accepted into the New York University High School Law Institute (“HSLI”), a free program offered at NYU every Saturday from 10AM to 2PM (breakfast... [Read more]

St. Saviour wins New York Family Award

October 25, 2017

Saint Saviour received word that we were selected as a school of excellence and won a Blackboard award from NY Family Magazine! We earned this award via nominations from our school community including parents,... [Read more]

Gaelic Society wins St. Patrick’s Parade Award

October 25, 2017

We received 1st place honors for high schools in the NYC St. Patrick's Parade! Back to back awards for our Gaelic Society and Ms. Cush. Congratulations and great job girls!!

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Daniella Rodriguez ‘18—Guest Writer for the Tablet

October 25, 2017

Daniella wrote two articles for the Tablet's youth education section. Click here to read her article on St. Saviour's 100th Anniversary and here for her article on saving Catholic school education.

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Shalom Club

October 25, 2017

Members of the Shalom Club volunteered at It's My Park Day in Prospect Park on October 21.

On October 24, they joined with members of Campus Ministry for a talk with a LAMP... [Read more]

Vigon Trip

October 25, 2017

Saviourites joined St. Joseph's College NY students for a trip to Vigon International, Inc. on October 13. Steve Somers, St. Joseph College Class of ’82 gave the group a tour... [Read more]

Trip to Boston

October 25, 2017

Saviourites spent two days (Oct. 12 and 13) in Boston - visiting Bunker Hill, the Freedom Trail, Pagliuca's Italian Restaurant in Boston's North End, Harvard University, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace!

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International Day of the Girl at the UN

October 25, 2017

Students visited the United Nations on October 11 to be a part of International Day of the Girl.

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Congrats to Madeleine ‘16 on her appointment to the USNA in Annapolis, MD!

August 28, 2017

In May 2017, Madeleine Cooke '16 celebrated completion of a 10 month course of study at the Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) in Newport, Rhode Island.  Now, she is at the United States Naval Academy (USNA)... [Read more]

Summer Panda Experiences - Justine ‘19 - Girls who Code

August 28, 2017

Justine  P.'19 is a graduate of the 2017 Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program where she spent 7 weeks this summer learning programming languages (such as Python, Javascript, HTML and CSS), web development, robotics, cybersecurity,... [Read more]

Manhattan College Summer Program - Engineering and Science - Teresa C ‘18 and Julie P. ‘18

August 22, 2017

Rising seniors, Teresa Collins and Julie Pham were able to work with engineers at Manhattan College, Riverdale, NY, this summer. The program allowed students to explore the different fields of engineering to better prepare... [Read more]

Summer Pandas - Isabella ‘18 - intership with Net TV

August 8, 2017

Isabella '18 spent part of her summer interning with Currents' Liz Faublas, an award winning Anchor, Reporter and Television Producer with nearly 20-years of experience behind the scenes and in front of the... [Read more]

Summer Pandas - Daniella ‘18 - LIU - Summer Honors Institute: Choosing a Path in Health Care

August 8, 2017

From July 16-21, Daniella Rodriguez '18  received a taste of  college life by staying at the Brooklyn campus of LIU for their Summer Honors Institute: Choosing a Path in Health Care program.... [Read more]

Summer Panda Experiences - Isabella ‘18 -  Empire State Girls program

July 11, 2017

Isabella W. '18 spent the early part of her summer break (July 2 - July 8) at SUNY Brockport, participating as a representative of Kings County in the Empire State Girls program sponsored by American Legion... [Read more]

Summer Panda Experiences - Teresa ‘18 -  US Naval Academy Summer Seminar

July 10, 2017

 Life as a midshipman at the United States Naval Academy is no easy task yet over 2,550 rising seniors attend a week long seminar discovering if the navy is right for them. Teresa C.... [Read more]

Mayor’s Cup - Softball

June 26, 2017

Meghan McGinn represented Saint Saviour at the 2017 Mayor's Cup for Softball at Fordham University on Monday June 12th. The teams were comprised of the best players from all divisions of the Catholic and... [Read more]

History Matters talk June 2017

June 15, 2017

History Matters hosted a guest lecturer on Wednesday, June 7 who spoke about the Iranian Hostage Crisis. The students enjoyed a visit from some special "Honorary Members" of History Matters, including Mrs. Ryan, grandparent... [Read more]

Bio students ...

May 30, 2017

 As part of their study of Modern Genetics, the Biology students each constructed their own model of a gene. All of the  genes were connected to build a giant DNA model. <... [Read more]

History Matters visits St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral

May 17, 2017

On Tuesday afternoon, History Matters took a trip to St. Joseph's Co-Cathedral in Prospect Heights. The girls had the opportunity to learn about the history and architecture of the historic church on... [Read more]

Special Guest Speaker…John Joseph

May 17, 2017

John Joseph, singer, author and ironman tri-athlete spoke to Saint Saviour students on May 16 about his insane and inspriring life and how eating healthy helped him turn his life around. 

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Students Attend Brooklyn Frontiers in Science Public Lecture

May 8, 2017

Mairead O'Shea '20 and Christina Powell '18 attended the 2017 Brooklyn Frontiers in Science Public Lecture presented by Professor James Hone on May 4. It was sponsored by the NYU Tandon School of Engineering of and... [Read more]

History Matter talk with Jonathon Colby - growing up in the shadows of the CIA

April 27, 2017

Students from History Matters attended at private event with Jonathon Colby, son of William Colby former Director of the CIA during Nixon's presidency. Special thanks to Mr and Mrs Freeze for hosting this... [Read more]

Moving Forward at Saint Saviour High School

April 7, 2017

We are very excited to announce a groundbreaking initiative that we believe will powerfully transform teaching and learning at St. Saviour High School. Beginning in September 2017, we will embark on what we are calling... [Read more]

Physics Class: Builds Bridges

March 28, 2017

Students from the Physics class completed the Bridge Building Project using simple materials like popsicle sticks, glue, toothpicks, etc. All the bridges passed the test of holding and supporting a weight of 1000 grams!<... [Read more]

Lauren Duggan ‘17—playing in the NYC Mayor’s Cup All-Star Basketball Game

March 20, 2017

Congratulations to Lauren Duggan who made the 2017 NYC Mayor's Cup All-Star Basketball Team. Lauren scored 3 points in the game on April 2 at Baruch College! Catholic won the game by a score of 6... [Read more]

Cheerleaders take 3rd Place at GCHSAA Competition

March 20, 2017

Congratulations to the 2016-17 Cheerleading Squad on winning 3rd place at the GCHSAA Competition on March 18 at Queens College!!

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Students Selected to Attend Leadership Seminar

March 8, 2017

Abigail Nolan '18 and Isabella Wagner '18, are among five students from Brooklyn, selected in a competitive process, to attend a week-long leadership seminar in Government, at SUNY Brockport, in June. The program, the Empire... [Read more]

Students Interning at the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office

March 8, 2017

Christina Powell '18 and Mary Therese Ryan ’18 had wonderful experiences during our recent winter break, when they interned for the week at the office of the Brooklyn District Attorney. They were chosen for this... [Read more]

Teresa Collins ‘18

February 15, 2017

Teresa Collins ’18 has been accepted to the United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar 2017, this coming June. 

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Aviance Darrell—attending Art Classes

February 15, 2017

Aviance Darrell ’18 will begin spring classes at the Cooper Union Outreach Pre-College Art Portfolio Program. Aviance has attended programs at Cooper in the past and her selection for this free class... [Read more]

Saviourites at the St. John’s Advantage Bowl

February 13, 2017

Congratulations to Mira, Regibella and Nicole for participating in the first ever St. John's Academic Bowl on Saturday, February 11!  These students are already participating in the St. John's Advantage program, taking... [Read more]

Centennial Lecture at St. Joseph’s College

February 1, 2017

St. Saviour High School students attended the S. Mary Beatrice Schneller and S. Mary Maier Centennial Lecture in the Sciences Microbiology and the First World War: A Centennial Perspective. at St. Joseph's College... [Read more]

Physics—Catapult Project

January 23, 2017

Students from the Physics class were able to build catapults using simple everyday items. The catapults had various angles and various speeds which helped the projectiles hit different targets.

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Students Attend Talking Science Lecture at Rockefeller University

January 11, 2017

St. Saviour students attended the Talking Science Lecture at Rockefeller University on Saturday, January 7. Talking Science is designed to engage high school students and their teachers through interactive lectures and demonstrations.... [Read more]

Saviourites in the Community

January 10, 2017

Congrats to Ciara '19 and Briann '19 who earned the Girl Scout Silver Award with Holy Name Cadette Troop 2402. Their project was creating a vegetable garden to benefit the neighbors who rely on Holy Name's... [Read more]

Welome back Pandas!

January 6, 2017

On Friday, January 6, many of our recent grads returned to Saint Saviour HS to speak with our students about their college experiences. They spoke of how much Saint Saviour prepared them for the rigorous... [Read more]

Pandas in the community

January 6, 2017

Daniella '18 and Christina '18 are giving back to the community by volunteering at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. Both applied on the hospital's website and after missing the first round in the fall, they... [Read more]

Gospel Choir Singing at the Grand Army Plaza Tree Lighting

December 21, 2016

Congratulations to our Gospel Choir who sang at the Tree Lighting and Manger blessing at Grand Army Plaza. The pandas led off the 30 minute event with the beautiful "Mary Can you hear me?"... [Read more]

Congratulations to the Gaelic Society!

December 7, 2016

As a result of  Saint Saviour's outstanding participation in the 2016 NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade, we earned high marks by the marching judges in the category of  High School... [Read more]

Science Club—Plant Dissection

December 6, 2016

The Science Club has started out with a plant dissection for practice before they do an animal dissection. The students dissected various flowers to see the different parts of the flower.... [Read more]

Chelsea Miller ‘14, White House Intern!

December 2, 2016

Congrats to Chelsea Miller '14, currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University, for spending the fall semester interning at the White House! 

A White House Internship provides a unique opportunity to... [Read more]

2016 Christmas Ornament

November 30, 2016

The 2016 Saint Saviour Christmas Ornament is available for purchase! $10 and we will ship to you for free or your daughter can pick up from Ms. Bove or Ms. Rota in their office in the... [Read more]

Socktober collects 700 pairs of socks for Veterans!

November 29, 2016

The Gaelic Society partnered with St. Bernard's Catholic Academy to collect new socks which will be given to veterans' organizations. Over 700 pairs of socks were donated along with 15 boxes of toiletries... [Read more]

Saint Saviour Cheer and Booster Squads perform at the Barclays Center (11-4-16)

November 8, 2016

On Friday, Nov. 4, the Booster and Cheer squads peformed before the Nets Game at the Barclays Center! Each team performed two & half minutes as the crowded which included many Saviourites watched and cheered!... [Read more]

Science Dept. Trip with St. Joseph’s College to Vigon International, Inc.

October 17, 2016

On Friday, October 14, students from the SJC Brooklyn Science Club hosted students from Saint Saviour High School for a trip to Vigon International in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Steve Somers ’82 gave the group... [Read more]

Saviourites at the United Nations for International Day of the Girl! Oct. 11, 2016

October 11, 2016

More to follow as these young women spend their afternoon at the UN! 

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Students attend IMSTA Festa 2016

October 5, 2016

Students attended the IMSTA Festa 2016. Hosted throughout North America, it is a one-day celebration of music technology. The goal is to encourage the legal use of software and to educate the end-users... [Read more]

Grace Sullivan ‘16

September 19, 2016

Congratulations to Grace Sullivan '16 who represented Saint Saviour in the Mayor's Cup Softball Game in June 2016! 

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World Youth Day

September 6, 2016

Kerry Conlon '17, Mary Conroy '17, Grace Dolan '17, Hailey Kourbage '17 & Meghan McGinn '17 attended World Youth Day in Kraków, Poland along with 2.5 million Catholic young... [Read more]

Alexandra ‘19 and Eva ‘19

September 6, 2016

Alexandra Natale '19 and Eva Sorrentino '19 attended the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Medicine at Hofstra University from July 16 - 24. The forum consisted of leadership development and self-discovery to gain real-world... [Read more]

Summer with Saviourites - Geena ‘17

August 24, 2016

Geena DiBenedetto '17 worked as a camp counselor with the Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace summer day camp, through a summer youth employment program.  

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Summer with Saviourites - Justine ‘19

July 25, 2016

Justine Peart '19 is participating in The American Museum of Natural History's "Digit(al) Evolution" High School Summer Institute. The participants will be exploring the evolution of mammal skeletal anatomy and building models using ... [Read more]

Yao Jiang ‘16

June 13, 2016

Congratulations to Yao '16 and her research partner on the presentation of their research project in the prestigious SRMP (Science Research Mentoring Program) at the American Museum of Natural History. More than 200 teen scientists from... [Read more]

Taylor Taglianetti ‘16 attends NeXt Doc film Festival for future film makers

May 19, 2016

Taylor Taglianetti '16 attended the NeXt Doc film festival, part of the Carey Institute for Global Good. She was one of  13 talented youth documentary filmmakers from across the country selected... [Read more]

Congrats to Victoria Nilsen ‘16

May 10, 2016

Victoria Nilsen '16 was awarded two scholarships through the ACE mentorship program that she participated in junior year.  The first one for $6000 is from the Construction Management Association of America and the... [Read more]

Community Service through Campus Ministry

May 3, 2016

Sr. Anne and Sr. Barbara led a group of students to Methodist Hospital on Tuesday, May 3 where they will distribute flowers to patients throughout the hospital. 

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Congrats to the Gaelic Society!

May 2, 2016

Congrats to the Gaelic Society for winning "Best School Unit" at the 2016 Brooklyn Irish-American Parade! They will receive their award on May 21 at the Annual Donegal Hill Gathering and Tara Festival at Holy Name... [Read more]

Inner Glow—Guest Speaker, Ms. Natasha Howard

April 28, 2016

On Wednesday, April 27, Ms. Natasha Howard, mother of senior, Kayla Simmons, was invited by the Inner Glow Club to be their guest speaker. Ms. Howard is an officer with the Department of Corrections, assigned... [Read more]

Taylor Taglianetti ‘16—attending NeXt Doc

April 14, 2016

Taylor Taglianetti has been selected to attend the first ever program of NeXt Doc from May 12th to 15th. She will be attending this exciting 4-day gathering... [Read more]

International Day of the Girl - Quote from the Inner Glow Club

March 15, 2016

"Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it." -Maya Angelou 

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2016 Junior Retreat

March 11, 2016

Fifty Juniors accompanied by Sister Anne Lally, CSJ., Campus Minister, ventured two stops away from Saint Saviour High School for their Junior Retreat Experience at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish. Sister Mary Ann... [Read more]

Congrats to Madeleine Cooke ‘16!

March 4, 2016

Congratulations to Madeleine who has been accepted into the Naval Academy Prep School (Newport, RI), where she will spend 10 months learning Science, Math, Engineering and Computer Technology. The 225-250 students at the school are... [Read more]

NHS Induction

March 3, 2016

Members of the Class of 2016 were inducted into the Mother Mary Myles Chapter of the National Honor Society during a special assembly on March 3. Members of the Class of 2017 and Class of 2018 received certifcates... [Read more]

Inner Glow Trip to Broadway (“The Color Purple”)

March 3, 2016

On February 26, the Inner Glow Club took a trip to see the Broadway Production of "The Color Purple". 29 students and parents had a wonderful time at the show! 

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Jamie Camera ‘17—ACE Engineering Mentorship Program

March 2, 2016

Jamie is participating in the ACE Engineering Mentorship Program. She is a part of a group of 10 students (who are being assisted by 5 engineers) as they build their mock model of a Coney Island... [Read more]

Congrats to Meghan ‘17!

February 29, 2016

Meghan McGinn '17 was awarded the Theresa Whitty Sportsmanship Award from the CHSAA.

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3rd annual Human Trafficking Awareness Conference for High School students at Poly Prep

February 26, 2016

9 students along with the Head of Religious Studies Sr. Anne Lally and faculty member Sr. Barbara Mackiewicz from Saint Saviour High School attended the 3rd annual Human Trafficking Conference for High School... [Read more]

History Matters: Guest Speaker—Deacon Wagner

February 10, 2016

On February 9, Deacon Christopher Wagner spoke to members of the History Matters Club about the significance of Pope Francis' visit to the United States. He also spoke about his experiences with Pope Francis while... [Read more]

Caroline Adams ‘17 qualifies for the 2016 Junior Olympics

February 8, 2016

On March 12, Caroline Adams '17 will compete in the Junior Olympics for Swimming in the 100 Butterfly and 100 free style. Caroline has been swimming all year for her club team Richmond Aquatics at the JCC... [Read more]

Congrats Class of 2017 on receiving your school rings!

February 8, 2016

On Friday, February 5, members of the Saint Saviour HS class of 2017 received their school rings in a special ceremony at Saint Saviour Church. This class will graduate during Saint Saviour's 100th Anniversary in 2017.... [Read more]

Letters from President Obama

February 8, 2016

In Spring of 2015, the Speech Class of Saint Saviour High School Aryanna Myles, Haley Huie, Imani Ragguette, Dorianna Barrett, Sarah Shenhan, Kathleen Toussaint, Celeste Hernandez, all members of the Class of 2015,... [Read more]

Olivia Medina ‘19 winner of two Scholastic Key Awards

February 8, 2016

Olivia Medina '19 won the Gold Key for Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.for her poem titled “one of my infinite number of poems”. Click here to read! ... [Read more]

Congrats to Lauren Duggan ‘17 on scoring 1000 points!

February 8, 2016

Saint Saviour’s Lauren Duggan scored her 1,000th career point on Friday, February 5th in a non-league matchup against St Vincent Ferrer of Manhattan. Duggan’s 37 points in the contest allowed her... [Read more]

Co-winners - St. Ephrem Francesco Loccisano Award - Alexandra Natale ‘19 and Shannon McLoughlin ‘19

January 19, 2016

On January 17 at the Saint Ephrem softball award ceremony, Alexandra Natale '19 and Shannon McLoughlin '19 received the Francesco Loccisano Award from Camille Loccisano for Integrity, preserverence and honor in sports. Congratulations Pandas! 

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Chelsea Miller ‘14 Present her WEBelieve program to Saviourites

January 15, 2016

Chelsea Miller'14, currently a sophomore at Columbia University, presented her nonprofit organization WEBelieve, which stands for Women Everywhere Believe to Saviourites on Thursday, January 14. She spoke about her initial youth mentoring... [Read more]

Saviourites return to speak with Juniors and Seniors

January 8, 2016

On January 8, the Saint Saviour Guidance department wlecomed back over 10 recent graduates to speak with Juniors and Seniors about their experiences in college and in choosing a college. Schools such as Holy Cross, St.... [Read more]

Swim Christmas Brunch

January 6, 2016

The swim team brunch was held on Sunday Dec. 20, 2015.  Those who attended enjoyed a fun afternoon capped off with a secret santa! 

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Melanie Watson ‘17—NYU Polytechnic: Applied Research and Innovation in Science and Engineering

November 12, 2015

Melanie Watson, '17 was accepted into and attended the 2015 Applied Research and Innovation in Science and Engineering (ARISE) program at New York University (NYU) Polytechnic School of Engineering. During the seven-week program, she was mentored... [Read more]

Victoria Nilsen ‘16 - Columbia University - Women in Engineering Day

October 20, 2015

On Monday, Oct.19, Victoria Nilsen '16 attended the Engineering Women’s Forum at Columbia University (where her Dad is also a graduate!).  She met with the renowned Columbia Engineering faculty,... [Read more]

Students Attending Annual Girls Speak Out at the United Nations

October 5, 2015

On October 9, students from Inner Glow and the Women of the Spirit course attended the "Annual Girls Speak Out" day at the United Nations. Click here to view photos and info on the... [Read more]

Alum Bridget Dennin ‘13 - Singing for the Pope in DC

September 23, 2015

We are excited to announce that Alum Bridget Dennin '13 will be singing in the Papal Choir for the Papal Canonization Mass of Blessed Junipero Serra at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception this... [Read more]

Summer Activities - Justine Peart ‘19

September 18, 2015

Justine Peart '19 participated in the National Youth Leadership Forum in Engineering & Technology this past July at University of California, Berkeley via a nominatio by her 8th grade teacher.   The program... [Read more]

Summer Activities - Mary Conroy ‘17

September 18, 2015

Mary Conroy, Class of 2017, volunteered at the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center. Mary performed two shifts per week over the summer. She was assigned within the Visitor Services Department, informing... [Read more]

Summer Activities - Yao Jiang ‘16

September 11, 2015

Yao Jiang '16 spend three weeks during the summer of 2015 participating in the Museum of Natural History's summer science research program, specifically in coding and data related to geology. Among the many... [Read more]

Summer Activities - Jade Schoolcraft ‘16

September 10, 2015

Jade spent her summer taking an intensive Chinese course, learning Mandarin three days a week for four weeks at Hills Learning. Her class was small and allowed them to really learn the... [Read more]

Madeleine Cooke ‘16

September 9, 2015

On August 1, Madeleine Cooke attended a tour of the Coast Guard Cutter Eagle, an event hosted by the United State’s Coast Guard Academy. There she was able to meet with cadets... [Read more]

Summer Activities - Daniella Rodriguez ‘18

September 5, 2015

Daniella participated in the Leadership Ambassadors Program at Harvard University from July 21 to 28, thanks to a recommendation from Sr. Barbara. Daniella volunteered at the oldest running public school in the... [Read more]

Molly Tiedemann ‘16

September 2, 2015

Over the past 4 years including this summer, Molly has volunteered at Mid-Hudson Valley Camp in Esopus, NY. This camp is vacation spot for children and adults with developmental disabilities as well as individuals... [Read more]

Volunteering at IHM Vacation Bible School

August 25, 2015

12 Saint Saviour students, along with Sr. Barbara Mackiewicz, CSJ volunteered at Immaculate Heart of Mary parish Vacation Bible School. The students--Mira Bhattacharya '17, Teresa Collins '18, Lauren Cordero '17, Meaghan Kelly '17, Dominique Limage '17, ... [Read more]

Grace Sullivan ‘16 Named Colleen Queen for the Great Irish Fair

August 25, 2015

Grace Sullivan '16 has been chosen as the Colleen Queen for the 34th Annual Great Irish Fair. The fair will be held on Saturday, September 26 and Sunday, September 27 at MCU Park in Coney Island from 10... [Read more]

Summer Activities—Isabella Wagner ‘18

August 25, 2015

During the week of July 28 to August 3 at Harvard University, Isabella Wagner '18 participated in a Leadership Ambassadors Program through the company People to People. She spent a week with... [Read more]