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The Cathedral School Prepares Students for the Best NYC High Schools and Beyond
The Cathedral School announced another extremely successful year for their graduating class of 2016. With the careful guidance by high school admissions director, Juliana Fazzone, and in partnership with their families, this year’s graduating students navigated a highly competitive and challenging high school placement process with remarkable results. Every eighth grade student was admitted to their first high school of choice! Highly competitive New York City independent school acceptances included Horace Mann, United Nations International School, Loyola, Marymount, and Columbia Prep. Cathedral students had similar success in the public school application process. Those who applied to specialized high schools qualified with high scores and were admitted to Bronx Science and Lehman College School for American Studies. Additionally, three Cathedral students were admitted to Eleanor Roosevelt High School and to Beacon–all first choices for these applicants.
New York City has one of the most extensive public and private school networks in the country and finding the right high school placement can be a daunting task. The Cathedral School provides individualized support to its seventh and eighth grade students as they navigate this process. A key strength of the school’s admissions counseling is that the admissions director knows each student exceptionally well and has an expert knowledge of the diverse and competitive high schools in New York City. With these supports in place, Cathedral students have every opportunity to be accepted to and succeed in the finest high schools in New York. Many alumni also attribute their success to Cathedral’s small teacher to student ratios, their dedicated faculty, and a learning environment that cultivates critical thinking and writing.
Located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side neighborhood, the Cathedral School is accepting applications for grades Nursery through grade 8 for the 2016-2017 academic year. The Cathedral School is a culturally diverse, coeducational school encompassing early learning through middle school years whose mission is to inspire a life-long love of learning. It offers each of its students a unique and stimulating education built around classical disciplines in science, mathematics, English, history, humanities, religious studies, Greek and world languages and technology. By recruiting and retaining accomplished and inspiring faculty and staff, Cathedral provides a rigorous academic high school preparatory curriculum while upholding its Greek Orthodox Christian and Hellenic heritage as it welcomes religious and cultural diversity.