Experience the welcoming and nurturing environment that is Good Shepherd Catholic Academy. We invite you to join us for the upcoming open houses to learn more about all we have to offer. Open houses allow you to meet the principal and staff, talk with current parents, tour the building and register on-site.
- Junior Pre-K on November 19, 2019 at 10:30 am (your child should be 3 by the end of 2020)
- Kindergarten on December 3, 2019 at 2:30 pm (your child should be 5 by the end of 2019)
- All Grades Catholic Schools Week Open House on January 26, 2020 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
If you can not attend one of the above events, private tours can be scheduled anytime by calling 718-339-3745. We hope to see you there!
Today, on All Saints Day, our First Graders dressed up as saints and led us in a Litany of Saints during Mass.
On Halloween, our Jr. Pre-K and Pre-K visited out pumpkin patch, where they got to pick out their own pumpkin. The students then decorated them and had a wonderful time!
The students of Good Shepherd Catholic Academy, led by Mary’s Helpers, collected and donated Halloween costumes to children in need.
Click on the link below to see how these donations were put to good use.
Good Shepherd Catholic academy was a proud recipient of the Mission Incentive award. Students attended Mass at St. James Cathedral=Basilica and received the award from Bishop Massa on Mission Sunday.
On Tuesday, September 18th, the members of our Student Council were inducted. As we focus this year on fostering leadership in all of our students, we look to the Student Council to be examples of leadership for all of our students.
The latest issue of the Good Shepherd Gazette is available now! Click the link below to see the latest work by our student-journalists.
Good Shepherd Catholic Academy was well represented at the finals of the Diocesan Religion Bee. Of the 16 students from all over the Diocese, Good Shepherd had 4! We are so proud of Michael Loccisano, Anthony Pinto, Patrick Glancy, and Ryan Marano! Congratulations to Ryan Marano on winning third place in the 3rd – 5th grade competition!