If you are interested in registering your Child at Blessed Sacrament School, please bring in the following documents:
In order to apply for registration in Blessed Sacrament School, you must have:
1. a copy of your child's birth certificate
2. a copy of your child's baptismal certificate
3. a copy of your child's immunization record
4. a copy of your child's latest report card
5. a copy of your child's standardized test scores (Reading & Math)
6. $75 non-refundable application fee
Roman Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New York base their educational purpose and all their activities on the Christian teaching of the essential equality of all persons as rooted in God’s love. Thus, with discrimination so repugnant to their nature and mission, Catholic Schools in this Archdiocese do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, and gender in administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
This policy is subscribed to by all Catholic elementary and secondary schools in the Archdiocese of New York whether owned or operated by the Archdiocese, the parishes of the Archdiocese or religious communities with the Archdiocese.
The process for admission to Blessed Sacrament School is: parents must complete the school application form and provide all required documents. Following an interview and evaluation of the materials, the parent will be notified about the status of the child.
Blessed Sacrament School gives preference in admission first, to siblings of currently enrolled students; second, to Catholic students whose parents are active members of the parish; third, to Catholic students whose parents are active in another Catholic parish; fourth, to non-Catholic students.
GUIDELINES FOR THE EDUCATION OF NON-CATHOLICS
Parents must be made aware of the intentional Catholic witness in our schools. Blessed
Sacrament School, as a Catholic school within the Archdiocese of New York, has as its primary
mission the formation of children in the Catholic faith.
All children will participate in the total academic life of our school, including religious
education. According to the norms of our Church, it is expected that non-Catholics participate as
fully as they can in the liturgical and prayer life of the school.
The religious educators of our schools are committed to teaching the fullness of revelation as it is
taught by the Roman Catholic Church and as the life and doctrine are set forth in the Religious
Education Guidelines of the Archdiocese of New York. While our teachers value ecumenical
education and respect the traditions of other ecclesiastical communities, they always teach within
the context of fidelity to the doctrine and traditions of our teaching Church.