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Welcome to Blessed Sacrament School 

Pre-K 3 & 4 Year Old Programs, K through 8th Grades

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 and 4 year programs with flexible 3 and 5 day options; Kindergarten through 8th grade, After-care and early drop off available; Peer Tutoring; Title 1 Services; Art Class (pre K 4 -2nd grade); Italian (grades 3-8); Speech Services; Smart Board Technology in Every Classroom; After School Programs for Art and Drama; In-School Band Program; CYO Sports - Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Track.

Our Mission

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, academically, 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 environmnet 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

Interested in visiting our school?  
Call today to schedule a tour to see all we have to offer!   

(718) 442-3090

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In the News!

A message from our 6th Grade Teacher Mrs. Lisa Moore

Dear Parents,
When we began this week, I had asked for support for the Isabella Rose Romano Foundation. I was very affected by the loss of this beautiful  7 year old little girl not only because she was a good friend of my niece and goddaughter, but also because of the tragic loss of a precious little one with so much that was still yet to come in her life. I told my fifth and sixth graders about sweet Isabella and they seemed very curious to learn more about her. I showed them the website for the Foundation and read them her story. They saw her picture and from that moment on, Bella captured their hearts. They were excited every day to see how much we raised in donations. The enthusiasm was infectious. I never in my wildest dreams imagined for a moment that the raffle would take off the way it did. I am amazed to report that our Blessed Sacrament School family raised $1,595 in donations. We will proudly be making a donation to the Isabella Rose Romano Foundation on behalf of the faculty, staff and overwhelmingly generous children and families of Blessed Sacrament School. While my husband and I, as well as  my parents, and my sister and her family donated the gift cards and goodies in the baskets, the huge success of the raffle is due to your compassion, sensitivity and generosity. I know that our contribution will be the first of many donations and that we certainly put the Foundation off to a positive and successful start. I thank all of you on behalf of the Romano family and from me personally for being so kind and having such goodness in your heart.
With my sincerest gratitude,
Mrs. Lisa Moore
Check out the link to the website for a  beautiful Thank You message for our  Blessed Sacrament family!

Denise Romano- I can't thank you enough for organizing this amazing raffle. Thank you for sharing the story of our Bella and her foundation with this school. I'm so touched at how Bella's story and foundation has reached so far beyond those that knew her personally. I'm so grateful to everyone who made this such an incredible success! I'm truly speechless!!

4th Grade

A true example of our faith infused curriculum. The 4th Grade students and their teachers, Mrs. Belford and Mrs. Martin hosted the Kisses for the Author-A Narrative Expo, today. The 4th grade students read their stories to a gathering of family members. For the benefit of St. Jude's Children's Research hospital, notes with "kisses" (Hersey) were purchased by the families for the student authors. The students raised over $ 200! Reading, writing, oral presentation and religion were combined to create a wonderful assembly! Here are just a few pictures of the day. NY1 visited us too!!  UPDATE:  The students had a raffle in school, and a winner was picked - our own 7th grade teacher, Mrs. DeBenedetto!  So the students now raised a total of $406 for St. Jude's Children's Hospital! 


Our Invention Convention on NY1

Invention Convention