Memorial Mass to honor Detective Miosotis Familia


On Thursday July 27th, at 1:00 pm,the Ferrer community will be having a memorial mass to honor Detective Miosotis Familia, mother of Ferrer alumna, Genesis Villella. 

We join in solidarity and prayer with our Ferrer sister during this difficult time. All members of the community are welcome to attend and show their support for Genesis and her family. The memorial mass is scheduled to be held in the school chapel. If you plan on attending, please respond by clicking below.

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You would have received both a Meningococcal Vaccine Fact Sheet Handouts, and Physical Forms in your home room.

This a kindly reminder that incoming seniors are require to have another Meningococcal Vaccine. This a mandate from NYS. 

New York State has mandated that all students entering 12th grades are required to have the Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine. 

All seniors are required to provide proof of vaccination, or pending medical appointment to receive vaccination when they return in September 2017-2018 School New Year.

 If we do not receive proof of vaccination , the student will not be permitted to return to classes until vaccination proof.

The students must send proof of vaccination to Sister Gilmary McCabe and Ms. Riggs.

 If you have any questions, please feel free to call your Sister Gilmary McCabe, and Ms. Riggs, school nurse.


Both Student's and Parent's portals are locked for the year




    Primavera 2017.pdf 


  June 2017 news letter.pdf 



 Tour of England and France  Easter 2017

Contact Sr. Christine Cosgrove O.P




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.