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Midwood Catholic Academy

In a world where negative values seem to be reinforced, Midwood Catholic Academy clearly teaches its students the meaning of honesty, respect, and caring. Religious instruction in the Catholic faith and participation in the sacramental life of the church foster a deeper awareness that God loves us and calls us to be his witness in our world.

Promoting an atmosphere of true learning is one of Midwood Catholic Academys deepest concerns. Homework is assigned daily in order to reinforce the lessons of the day. Students are to be responsible for their textbooks, notebooks, and all assignments. Creative structure gives each child a pattern for his/her learning and sets up a schedule and system for getting things accomplished.

Learning how to control one’s behavior in stressful and non-stressful situations is essential to be successful in all areas of life. The administration and faculty of Midwood Catholic Academy work together in developing and enforcing rules and regulations. Each teacher handles individual discipline problems; when a problem is more serious, the principal speaks with the student and if deemed necessary, parents are contacted. Positive behavior is reinforced and rewarded. Our discipline is tempered with love and concern. but it is administered swiftly and with justice.

Midwood Catholic Academy

  • Midwood Academy is one of three new regional schools that were organized in September 2005.
  • Midwood Catholic Academy has 227 students from 175 families. Our faculty consists of ten full time teachers from grades N to Eight.
  • Midwood Catholic Academy students receive a well-rounded education with the curriculum including classes in art, music, band, foreign language, physical education and computer science.
  • In addition, students also receive Title I services and have access to a full time guidance counselor.
  • Our students are provided with breakfast and lunch funded by the New York City Department of Education.
  • Midwood Catholic Academy also has a rich extra curricular activity program with an after school five days per week.
  • A group of our intermediate level students are the first members of our Aquinas Club.
  • We are currently under going the process of Middle States Accreditation and will have a visit in April 2009.
  • The three local parishes involved with Midwood Catholic Academy are St. Brendan's, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Our Lady Help of Christians.
  • St. Brendan's elementary school opened in 1913 and closed in June 1992.
  • St. Thomas Aquinas elementary school opened in 1924 and closed in June 2005; and Our Lady Help of Christians elementary school opened in 1938 and closed in June 2005.
  • Midwod Catholic Academy was created as a result of the closings of St. Thomas Aquinas and Our Lady Help of Christians elementary schools.
Total Students352 students
Student Body TypeCo-ed
% Students of Color
Students by Grade
Total Classroom Teachers16 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio22:1
Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling

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