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An AdvancED Accreditation School
Since 1925 Blessed Sacrament School has served the North Shore of Staten Island by providing an environment that
recognizes the diversity of gifts and talent found in our community.
Blessed Sacrament School offers a learning environment that recognizes the individuality and talents of each student.
Our School At A Glance
AdvancEd Accreditation; Pre K 3 year old program, 3 days a week; Five full days of UPK; Kindergarten through 8th grade, After-care and early drop off available;
Peer Tutoring; Title 1 Services; Art Class (kindergarten -2nd grade); Italian (grades 3-8); Music (kindergarten -4); Speech Services;
Smart Board Technology in Every Classroom; After School Programs for Drama; In-School Band Program; CYO Sports - Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Track.
Blessed Sacrament School is dedicated to providing an atmosphere of love, trust and care among students.
Our mission is to teach the Gospel message, to build community life
in the Church and to provide service to our community. Blessed Sacrament School provides students with a Christian foundation as it assists students to develop
spiritually, emotionally, academically, physically, and socially.
What we Live by:
"Preach the Gospel at all times. When necessary, use words."
St. Francis of Assisi
Here at Blessed Sacrament, our ultimate priority is to create an environment where our students know that they are loved and cared for by all.
As educators, our first priority is to be role-models for the impressionable students entrusted in our care.
As a Catholic Institution, we put Christ first in
both our actions and our teachings.
We encourage and welcome the daily visits by our pastor,
Monsignor Finn and our parish priests, Fr. Frank and Fr. Roby.
Academically, we strive to provide our students with the best education possible, preparing them for the grade ahead and ultimately high school.
Discipline breeds success and we encourage positive reinforcement
and opt to teach rather than punish
as our first avenue towards correcting negative behavior or actions.
In sum, it is our philosophy that children will not only succeed, but excel if they are comfortable in their environment.
It is our goal to provide that environment and challenge them beyond their own expectations!
What Blessed Sacrament is:
"Blessed Sacrament is not just a school, it's a family.
It's a place where you're not afraid to be yourself.
You learn in an environment filled with fun and happiness.
The students never hesitate to ask questions and the teachers
never hesitate to help a student in need.
The students are friendly and always welcoming to one another.
Overall, Blessed Sacrament is a school where you won't just learn, you'll excel, and you'll be happy doing it."
Julianna Meyer, Class of 2015
He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.” Matthew 18:2-6
Children’s Mass GREETERS !!!!
Children’s Mass (9:30 Sunday mass) Has Begun Again!
This dedicated mass began last year as a way to help foster a deeper connection to the beauty of the Catholic mass for our young people and all of our families. Let’s keep it going. Let’s celebrate our faith together…..
Children are the key. This is how they can be involved:
Greeters: Children will be assigned to entrances of the church to greet their fellow parishioners when they arrive for mass. Students in the lower grades (3rd through 6th) will be paired up with 7th and 8th grade students. If interested send an email to: Kerryfal@gmail.com. Please arrive to Mass 10 min early.
Gift bearers: Children in the younger grades (k through 2nd) will be asked to bring up the gifts on a regular basis. If interested send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please arrive to Mass 10 min. early.
Children’s Choir: Children are welcome to join the Children’s Choir to sing with their peers (open to kindergarten and up) at the 9:30 Mass. Send an email if you are interested to: email@example.com. Children's choir practices 15 minutes before and 15 minutes after Mass.
We are a family, we are a community, we are a very special place. We are….. BLESSED SACRAMENT.