St. Ephrem Catholic Academy students gathered to march together for the first time under the school banner at the 52nd annual Ragamuffin Parade. This long-standing tradition features youngsters marching in their costumes as they gear up for Halloween. This year our own James Jarah won in the individual costume category for his costume “I washed up on Shore Road”
Big thank you to all those that came out to march and cheer on our little guys and gals.
St. Ephrem Catholic Academy 8th graders received the Sacrament of Confirmation conferred by Bishop Tiedemann
We would like to thank the faculty, family, and friends who have guided and will continue to guide these young souls throughout their lives.
It was the first class of St. Ephrem Catholic Academy to receive and we welcome you to a greater part of your lives in faith.
St. Ephrem Catholic Academy is officially open. The parish community came together with Bishop Massa to bless our new Academy.
We are so happy to welcome new and returning faculty, students and parents.
We hope to live up to the legacy of St. Ephrem Catholic School!
Dont forget that St. Ephrem Schools offers a fun and interactive summer camp. This year it is from Monday July 2- Friday August 10.
Options for either 5 day a week or 3 day a week program.
Filled with fun and activities all summer long.
For further registration instructions please click here: https://stephremschool.org/summer-camp/
Also, Summer Enrichment registration will start on Monday, May 21, 2018.
Since 2011 St. Ephrem Schools teachers Mr. Ricky Diffendale and former teacher, Miss Jennifer Rizzuto, have been producing an amazing night of talent and fundraising for families in our community that have been affected by Cancer.
Monies raised are gifted to a family who is overcoming the obstacles Cancer poses. Each year Night For Hope is centered around specific cancer, this year it was Kidney Cancer.
Mr. D and Miss Rizzuto ask St. Ephrem parents and students to donate their time, recourses, and talents to help put one of our greatest nights.
Grade 2 has completed their 8-week program with the Center For Architecture.
Each student created a different building that we have in our own community. Some of our buildings include St. Ephrem School, St. Ephrem Church, houses, stores, and even the fire department. The students learned about architectural details and now know the different architectural vocabulary.
The Center for Architecture began their residency in the Second grade. Stay tuned for weekly updates as the students learn with this unique hands-on experience.
Students created their own accordion books with different buildings that we see in our neighborhood
Second grade creates their own blueprints using architectural vocabulary to label the different shapes they used.
The students are beginning to create our neighborhood. Each student has been assigned a building to design. Their first step is to draw the building before they actually begin to create them.
Today the Kindergarten celebrated Chinese New Year. We hope all of our Chinese friends and neighbors have a safe and lucky new year. We look forward to continuing the celebration with a Lion dance on March 1st.