All Hallows High School

by NYC Firm Schools on October 14, 2009

Some schools have a yearly jump in interest because of their school name, and around Halloween time, the All Hallows High School usually finds itself the object of many internet searches.

The reality is that the All Hallows High school is a private Catholic high school for young men, inspired by the vision of Blessed Brother Edmund Ignatius Rice, who was the founder of the Congregation of Christian Brothers. This Private High School aims to develop students who are prepared to realize their fullest potential, who can effect positive change in society and who possess a lifelong desire to learn. The school has a competitive and highly structured academic curriculum to achieve just those goals.

The Facts about All Hallows High School:
All Hallows High school is a private Roman Catholic high school for boys in grades 8-12. The student body consists of a little over 500, with a student teacher ratio at about 14:1. The school has an average of 6 hours of classroom time a day and the current school calendar calls for a 182-day school year vs. the 180 in public schools.
The All Hallows High School is a member of the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)

The mission of the All Hallows High Schools is:

All Hallows High School , founded in 1909 by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, is an inner city, Catholic, college preparatory school for young men in the heritage of Blessed Edmund Rice that develops students:
who are prepared to realize their fullest potential;
who can effect positive change in society;
who possess a lifelong desire to learn.
We do this by offering a challenging, structured curriculum.

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