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TMLA Alumnae Inspire and Challenge Students

TMLA Alumnae Inspire and Challenge Students TMLA celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8 by welcoming back several of our distinguished alumnae professionals.   In panel discussions, special interest conferences, and large group assemblies students heard the career stories and asked questions of eleven alumnae who came from Class of 1965 to Class of 2006. The alumnae represented diverse fields of

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Fontbonne Students Advocate for Climate Action

On March 8th, 2022, which is also internationally known as Women’s Day, 14 Fontbonne students went to Albany, New York on the sponsored program “NY Renews”, for a peaceful protest. They advocated for the state to include $15 billion to be put into the state budget to help with environmental policies and plans of action. The goal was to ask

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SHA Senior Bella Guerra Joins Elite Group of HS Students as a Regeneron Scholar

SHA Senior Bella Guerra Advances to Science Talent Search Semifinal Round Sacred Heart Academy is proud to announce that senior Bella Guerra (Hempstead, NY) has been named a semifinalist in the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2022 competition, a prestigious secondary competition created to help identify “science talent” in the immediate aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack. This historic moment for Long

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TMLA Alum Receives Prestigious Honor

Congratulations to Pascale Saint-Louis Sablan – TMLA Class of 2001 and Trustee Emerita, on her elevation at the Kennedy Center to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects; an honor granted to only 3% of all AIA Members nationwide. Pascale is the youngest Black person in history to be elevated to this position. AIA Fellows are recognized

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Celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe

                                      On Sunday December 12, a joyful celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, sponsored by the Spirit Alive program, took place in Sacred Heart Chapel. It featured at Mariachi Band, the Thea Bowman Choir, and Mass celebrated in Spanish

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Christmas Eve Mass in Sacred Heart Chapel

The Sisters of Saint Joseph invite you to join in celebrating Christmas Eve Liturgy Friday, December 24, 2021 at 4:30pm in Sacred Heart Chapel. We remain mindful of the safety for all as we move through this time of pandemic. We ask all attending the liturgy to adhere to the following: Enter the front door of the Academy of St. Joseph

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Sisters and Fontbonne Students Join Network at the White House

Friday, Dec. 3rd: Four Brentwood sisters, Six Fontbonne students, and two faculty joined other Catholic sisters from around the US in DC for Network’s End to Title 42 action.   Catholic Sisters and justice-seekers are delivering a message to President Biden in front of the White House: End the Misuse of Title 42. During this event, Sisters and immigrant-led organizations

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TMLA Students Study the Realty of Hunger and Poverty

TMLA Sophomore Service, Learning and Leadership students participated in an on-campus retreat, led by SLL Homeroom Advisor Mrs. Josephine Russo. In addition to discussions of the realities of hunger and poverty, the students also explored the greater impact that these experiences can have on individuals and families. After school, a group of seven SLL students and Ms. Ellie Siwicki, SLL

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SHA Senior Publishes Research Article

Congratulations to SHA senior Cayla Midy whose article, “American Blacks: The Power of Representation,” has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal of the New York Computational Sciences and Engineering Fair! The NY-CSEF, hosted and managed by Yale, Harvard, Columbia and other schools’ faculties and alumni, seeks innovative scholarly research projects for presentations and online publications. Cayla surveyed Long

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SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH MAKE $2M DONATION TO NEW YORK ALL-GIRLS HIGH SCHOOLS

With every ring of the class bell, the girls at Fontbonne Hall Academy are one step closer to their futures. That means something different to all of them, but sophomore Anaya Qayyum knows her dreams of becoming an oncologist wouldn’t be possible without her scholarship. “When I found out, my parents were so excited to be able to further my

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