Our Network of Schools

We believe that great schools are guided by faith and values, grounded in rigorous content, supported by quality professional development & animated by a clear vision.

We believe that great schools are guided by faith and values, grounded in rigorous content, supported by quality professional development & animated by a clear vision.

9 schools. Over 2,300 students. 160+ years of life-changing education

Located in Harlem, the South Bronx, and the heart of Cleveland, our nine Partnership schools are deeply rooted in their communities, providing leadership and teaching character and content since 1854. Though each school has a unique history and community, the nine Partnership schools are united by a common approach to teaching and learning, a shared commitment to excellence, and a focus on faith formation and values.

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Cleveland Schools

Archbishop Lyke School

With a rich legacy inherited from the schools that consolidated to form it, Archbishop Lyke School (ABL) empowers students with rigorous content and teaches them to live the motto “Christ our peace.”

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St. Thomas Aquinas School

Founded in 1899, St. Thomas Aquinas School (STA) has helped students excel academically and foster the values of integrity, humility, hard work and service for over 120 years.

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New York Schools

Immaculate Conception School

Immaculate Conception School (ICS) is the oldest Catholic school in the Bronx, founded in 1854. Like so many urban Catholic schools, ICS was built by the parish for the immigrant community it served. Today, ICS remains a community school, offering a rigorous, faith-based education to the more than 500 students it serves.

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Our Lady Queen of Angels School

True to its tradition of serving the East Harlem Community for over 120 years, Our Lady Queen of Angels School (OLQA) provides our students with a high quality, well-rounded education, rooted in Gospel values and attentive to individual differences.

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St. Mark the Evangelist School

Located in Central Harlem, St. Mark the Evangelist School (STM) has been rooted to its community for over a century. St. Katharine Drexel, the Philadelphia socialite turned Catholic sister, dedicated her family fortune to start schools for African American and Native American communities. She founded STM in 1912—the first Catholic parish and school in Harlem to serve the African American community. That legacy lives on today.

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St. Athanasius School

Founded in 1913 by the Sisters of Charity, St. Athanasius School (STA) has been a cornerstone of the Hunts Point community for over a century. With a talented group of leaders and teachers dedicated to the children of the Bronx, STA continues to provide academic rigor and care to its students.

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Sacred Heart School

Sacred Heart School (SHS) has been a part of the Highbridge community since opening its doors in 1926. By integrating traditional values with an ever-improving academic curriculum, SHS has educated generations of Highbridge children.

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Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School

Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School acts as a beacon of hope for the children of East Harlem, providing a stellar education for over sixty years. Founded in 1949, the school gives Pre-K3 through 8th grade students myriad academic and enrichment opportunities.

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St. Charles Borromeo School

St. Charles Borromeo School (SCB) has a rich, storied history in the Harlem community. The parish opened in a storefront in 1888 and moved to its present building — known as “The Cathedral of Harlem” — in 1904. The school opened that same year and has been a pillar of Harlem’s Catholic community ever since.

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9 schools. Over 2,300 students. 160+ years of life-changing education

Located in Harlem, the South Bronx, and the heart of Cleveland, our nine Partnership schools are deeply rooted in their communities, providing leadership and teaching character and content since 1854. Though each school has a unique history and community, the nine Partnership schools are united by a common approach to teaching and learning, a shared commitment to excellence, and a focus on faith formation and values.

Download our infographic

Cleveland Schools

Archbishop Lyke School

With a rich legacy inherited from the schools that consolidated to form it, Archbishop Lyke School (ABL) empowers students with rigorous content and teaches them to live the motto “Christ our peace.”

LEARN MORE ABOUT ABL
APPLY TO ABL

St. Thomas Aquinas School

Founded in 1899, St. Thomas Aquinas School (STA) has helped students excel academically and foster the values of integrity, humility, hard work and service for over 120 years.

LEARN MORE ABOUT STA
APPLY TO STA

New York Schools

Immaculate Conception School

Immaculate Conception School (ICS) is the oldest Catholic school in the Bronx, founded in 1854. Like so many urban Catholic schools, ICS was built by the parish for the immigrant community it served. Today, ICS remains a community school, offering a rigorous, faith-based education to the more than 500 students it serves.

LEARN MORE ABOUT ICS
APPLY TO ICS

Our Lady Queen of Angels School

True to its tradition of serving the East Harlem Community for over 120 years, Our Lady Queen of Angels School (OLQA) provides our students with a high quality, well-rounded education, rooted in Gospel values and attentive to individual differences.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OLQA
APPLY TO OLQA

St. Mark the Evangelist School

Located in Central Harlem, St. Mark the Evangelist School (STM) has been rooted to its community for over a century. St. Katharine Drexel, the Philadelphia socialite turned Catholic sister, dedicated her family fortune to start schools for African American and Native American communities. She founded STM in 1912—the first Catholic parish and school in Harlem to serve the African American community. That legacy lives on today.

LEARN MORE ABOUT STM
APPLY TO STM

St. Athanasius School

Founded in 1913 by the Sisters of Charity, St. Athanasius School (STA) has been a cornerstone of the Hunts Point community for over a century. With a talented group of leaders and teachers dedicated to the children of the Bronx, STA continues to provide academic rigor and care to its students.

LEARN MORE ABOUT STA
APPLY TO STA

Sacred Heart School

Sacred Heart School (SHS) has been a part of the Highbridge community since opening its doors in 1926. By integrating traditional values with an ever-improving academic curriculum, SHS has educated generations of Highbridge children.

LEARN MORE ABOUT SHS
APPLY TO SHS

Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School

Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School acts as a beacon of hope for the children of East Harlem, providing a stellar education for over sixty years. Founded in 1949, the school gives Pre-K3 through 8th grade students myriad academic and enrichment opportunities.

LEARN MORE ABOUT MCHR
APPLY TO MCHR

St. Charles Borromeo School

St. Charles Borromeo School (SCB) has a rich, storied history in the Harlem community. The parish opened in a storefront in 1888 and moved to its present building — known as “The Cathedral of Harlem” — in 1904. The school opened that same year and has been a pillar of Harlem’s Catholic community ever since.

LEARN MORE ABOUT SCB
APPLY TO SCB