Congratulations to the Ferrer Students!
Walkathon returns total $100,564.
We are at 72% of our goal.
THE WALK is Friday, October 8th!!!

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has recognized four Saint Vincent Ferrer High School students for Commendation.  The Commended students are Roisin Haran, Cassidy Mahoney, Melanie Myers and Kelly Rose.  These students are among 34,000 students that have been recognized for exceptional academic promise.  Congratulations to these Ferrer Seniors!


WHO: All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls:
WHEN: Saturday, October 17th, Noon - 3:30
WHAT: Presentations and tours will be offered
throughout the Open House

Meet our great students, see our exceptional facilities, and observe our excellent faculty! Experience for yourself why Ferrer is such a popular choice!

Costa Rica Trip June 2016


Class Reunion Weekend at Ferrer

Attention all Ferrer Falcons who graduated in a year ending in "0" or "5"--This is your reunion year!
On Saturday, October 24, all graduates of Saint Vincent Ferrer who graduated after 1965 will have their reunion at Ferrer. From 6:00 until 9:00 old friends will meet again and share their Ferrer experiences. A formal invitation will be sent in September.

On Sunday, October 25th, all reunion classes up to and including 1965 will hold their reunions in the Lower Church from 1:00 until 4:00.
Email those girls who danced in the cafeteria at lunch with you!
With reunions, the more truly is the merrier!

For more information contact Sister Christine at



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Saint Vincent Ferrer High School introduces iPad®s into the Science Classroom 



Saint Vincent Ferrer High School was established in the tradition of St .Dominic, who strove to instill in others a lifetime commitment to Study, Community, Prayer, and Service.

Saint Vincent Ferrer High School is sponsored by the parish of Saint Vincent Ferrer, located at 65th Street and Lexington Avenue. The first school was built in 1884 and was staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Saint Mary of the Springs. Presently, the Dominican Sisters of Our Lady Of The Springs administer and staff the school.

The school was started to meet the educational needs of the immigrant population which was flooding into New York City. Today, we prepare young women from diverse backgrounds for college and a lifetime of learning. We provide a challenging and supportive environment that cultivates intellectual, spiritual, and moral values. Furthermore, we seek to empower our students to become responsible, independent, and principled members of the global community as well as effective witness of Christ's love.

School Calendar

Monday, October 12
Columbus Day :No School
Tuesday, October 13
Progress Reports On-Line
Wednesday, October 14
College Fair:Lower Church 6:30 -8:00 PM
PSAT Testing: Grades 9-11
Thursday, October 15
Parent Welcome Social- 6:00- 8:00 PM, Lower Church

Tuition Payment Due
Saturday, October 17
Open House : 7th & 8th Grade Visitation: 12:00 – 3:30 PM