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SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS

SPANISH

   Invierno 2017.pdf 

SCHOOL NEWSLETTER

 November Newsletter 2016.pdf 

 

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 Tour of England and France  Easter 2017

Contact Sr. Christine Cosgrove O.P

        

 

CALENDAR

  • Mid Winter Recess

    Saint Vincent Ferrer High School
  • Mid Winter Recess

    Saint Vincent Ferrer High School
  • Mid Winter Recess

    Saint Vincent Ferrer High School
  • Mid Winter Recess

    Saint Vincent Ferrer High School
  • Mid Winter Recess

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  • Faculty Meeting Early Dismissal 1:25 PM

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  • Registration Class of 2021

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  • Ash Wednesday Liturgy 10:00 AM

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  • Parent Social Event 7:00 to 10:00 PM

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  • Progress Report on Line

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  • Culture Day

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  • Book Fair 1:25 PM Dismissal

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  • Tuition Payment Due

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  • Irish Tea 2:50 PM Lower Church

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  • St.Patrick's Day - No School

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  • Reconciliation

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  • Reconciliation

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  • Pre Departure Meeting Easter Trip

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  • Reconciliation

    Saint Vincent Ferrer High School
  • Reconciliation

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MISSION STATEMENT

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 witnesses of Christ's love.