Young women head to classes at Bishop Kearney High School. (Photo: Todd Maisel/Bklyner)Two Brooklyn lawmakers sent a letter to Chancellor Richard Carranza asking the schools’ head to consider opening a Specialized High School in Southern Brooklyn. They have the perfect location – the building of Bishop Kearney’s High
Bishop Kearney High will close after August. (Photo: Todd Maisel/Bklyner) BENSONHURST – Bishop Kearney High School, an all girls Catholic school on Bay Parkway in Mapleton will close its doors on August 31, leaving many young women wondering where to continue their education. Many of the hundreds of Kearney students
Courtesy of Bishop Kearney High SchoolThese community service-minded high schoolers are paying it forward. Students from Bishop Kearney High School [http://www.bishopkearneyhs.org/] managed to collect 40 large cartons of non-perishable food items to donate to the Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry [http://www.stathanasiusbrooklyn.org/index.php?
(L-R) Students Samantha Rubino, Annaliese Tucci, Johanna Sullivan, Amanda Potter, and Carrie Guan. (Courtesy of Bishop Kearney Girls High School)The Bishop Kearney High School [http://www.bishopkearneyhs.org/] community held a fundraiser and tied gold bows on the fence surrounding the school on September 22 in honor of Childhood
The Special Award winners are pictured [L-R] with athletic director, Joseph Tiernan: Jacqueline Gallagher, Therese Gallagher, Gabrielle Monferrato and Samantha Southard. (Courtesy of Bishop Kearney High School)That night, everyone was a winner. Bishop Kearney High School [http://www.bishopkearneyhs.org/] held a very special sports awards dinner earlier this
Photo courtesy of St. Joseph’s BearsBy Jerry Del Priore Senior St. Joseph’s College [http://sjcbears.com/sports/wbkb/index] forward and a former Bishop Kearney standout Samantha Retas couldn’t have picked a better time to reach career milestones. Her latest achievements — registering her 1,000th career point
Students and teachers from Brooklyn Amity School and other participating schools held hands in a show of unity.Students at six Brooklyn high schools in a diverse set of neighborhoods will be kicking off the first in a series of “digital youth dialogues” about police-community relations this Tuesday, January 20,