Bishop Kearney is a Catholic all girls high school located Brooklyn. Faculty follow the educational philosophy of the Sisters of Saint Joseph and strive to turn out mature young women who are ready for college.
Young ladies enter as freshmen and leave after four years of rigorous academics that prepare them for life.
In addition to a strong academic curriculum, students are exposed to a wide range of athletics and extracurricular activities. These include badminton, cheerleading, knitting and weaving, a computer club, driver education, forensics, a Gaelic club, varsity and junior varsity math teams, science club, student council, school newspaper, video yearbook, and much more.
Teachers incorporate technology into the classroom and the learning process. Girls also take 22 classes of Catholic studies for religious training. Students also have an opportunity to participate in the National Honor Society.
The Bishop Kearney High School Math Curriculum
In math, the curriculum consists of the following courses while in high school:
- Integrated Algebra – Regents
- Integrated Algebra and Honors Integrated Algebra
- Geometry, Honors Geometry, and Regents Geometry
- Algebra 2/Trigonometry with the same options
- Pre-calculus and Honors Pre-calculus
- Advanced Placement Calculus
- Education in Mathematics, which is designed for students who want to enter the teaching profession
Some math courses require prior approval from a faculty member or may require prerequisites. The math curriculum at Bishop Kearney High School is designed to develop reasoning and critical thinking skills while girls prepare for college and life.