Since 1923, the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt
have served the school.
Along with the priests and the religious,
St. Benedict's is proud of its
dedicated lay faculty and staff.
Philosophy and Goals:
- to provide an experience of faith in action
- create and maintain a spirit of respect, understanding
and love - develop a sense of responsibility for one's actions and
a maturing awareness of right and wrong
- to develop an educational program that is current and meets the needs
and challenges of students
- to collaborate with parents so they will be supported in their efforts to
nurture Christian values in their children
St. Benedict School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color
or national or ethnic origins in the administration of educational
or admission policies, scholarship programs,
athletics, or other school administrated programs.
St. Benedict School follows a challenging curriculum
as dictated by the Essentials of Learning of
the Archdiocese of New York.
All students are required to master content in the
subject areas which include:
Religion, Mathematics, English, Composition, Grammar,
Reading, Science and Social Studies.
In Addition to the Core Curriculum, students also participate
in weekly classes of Physical Education, Computer, Music
Art and Library.