Kingston Catholic School is a distinctive co-educational school of the Archdiocese of New York serving grades Pre-K through 8. Each child receives a well-structured, values based, Christ-centered education that results in academically competent and socially committed individuals.

The educational mission of the school is threefold: to impart knowledge, to illustrate community and to inspire service.

Through an educational process that encompasses home, school and church, each child learns the elements of a well-rounded core curriculum. Children acquire the knowledge they need to succeed in later life and the ability to translate that knowledge into a living spirit of peace, love and joy.

Through a combination of academic and religious study, students develop a sense of community. Children learn social awareness, values and respect for all God’s people in the community and understand their role in and responsibility for creating a better world.

Kingston Catholic School Curriculum Includes:

  • NYS Common Core and Next Generation Curriculum
  • Advanced placement opportunities
  • Regents classes and exams given in Algebra, Earth Science, and US History to eighth grade students that meet the criteria for
  • Regents level classes.
  • Blended Learning Program
  • Technology, Science & Apple iPad Lab
  • The Principal’s Challenge
  • Visual & Performing Arts
  • Foreign Language Opportunities
  • Full Day Pre-K & Kindergarten Programs

School Community

Kingston Catholic Elementary School has a long history of educating children from Kingston and the surrounding area. The school serves Pre-K 3 through 8th grade students from the neighborhood as well as children whose parents work nearby.

With a history of excellence and tradition, Kingston Catholic Elementary School has the feel of a close-knit family. All children are offered individual attention in this constructive, nurturing, and safe environment.

We work cooperatively with our community – and especially our families and our alumni – to educate our students and instill Catholic values. We encourage the active involvement of our community to help us continue our 145-year tradition of providing a quality Catholic education.

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