Queen of the Rosary
Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy has moved into a large school building in Williamsburg that formerly housed the St. Nicholas Commercial High School, at 11 Catherine Street.
This campus is a well-configured space with large classrooms that easily accommodates our current student body and has ample room for our anticipated growth.
Renovations started over the summer are transforming this former high school campus into a state-of-the-art facility for the academy’s students and faculty.
The new campus is designed to include:
a science lab, art studio, library/media center and a physical education center,
a state-of-the-art technology infra-structure that will support both hard-wired and wireless devices in all classrooms with bandwidth that will support concurrent video streaming in all areas of the building
a new cafeteria providing hot food at breakfast, lunch and mid-day snack time
a reconfigured courtyard; and
a new security system to secure the campus while maintaining a comfortable learning environment
The academy is a top-notch teaching institution.
We offer an enriched curriculum for the regular school day, enhanced by an afterschool program. Foreign language and culture, music, dance, art and performance art will be infused into daily life at the academy. The Common Core Standards drive all aspects of the academic curriculum.
Queen of the Rosary students receive competitive scores on standardized tests and the academy takes great pride in successfully preparing our student s for the academic demands of high school. Eighth graders at the Academy are accepted into the top Catholic high schools including Archbishop Molloy, Dominican Academy, Regis, Mary Lewis Academy, Xavier and Notre Dame, as well as top public high schools such a s Brooklyn Tech. Scholarships totaling nearly $200,000 have recently been awarded to students to enable them to attend Catholic high schools.
Please contact us for more information and to reserve a spot for your child.