Never Stop Learning – Catholic school principals exemplify continuing education with doctoral degrees

Never Stop Learning – Catholic school principals exemplify continuing education with doctoral degrees

By EmmaLee Italia | Correspondent In this season of graduations, the focus is primarily on the youth of our Catholic community, moving from one stage of education to the next, and celebrating the milestones of their academic accomplishments. But there are other graduates to recognize – those who have been in the business of guiding
Notre Dame latest in Diocese to partner with Georgian Court University

Notre Dame latest in Diocese to partner with Georgian Court University

Leaders from Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, and Georgian Court University, Lakewood, jointly illustrated their commitment to Catholic education as they signed a new guaranteed admissions agreement aimed to make it easier for students to enroll in and afford college. “Partnering with Georgian Court University enables Notre Dame High School to meet the needs of
Choir from St. Gregory the Great Academy sings for Mass in St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Choir from St. Gregory the Great Academy sings for Mass in St. Patrick’s Cathedral

By EmmaLee Italia | Trenton Monitor Correspondent The school choir of St. Gregory the Great Academy, Hamilton Square, had the unique opportunity April 29 to sing in St. Patrick Cathedral, New York. As part of a regional workshop run by The American Federation Pueri Cantores – the student choral organization of the Catholic Church –
Donovan Catholic joins International Baccalaureate community

Donovan Catholic joins International Baccalaureate community

Donovan Catholic, Toms River, recently announced that the school has become the newest member of an ever-growing community of high schools offering the International Baccalaureate World School program in 147 different countries. Donovan Catholic holds the distinction of being: one of 15 IB high schools in New Jersey and the state’s only Catholic high school;
Catholic school students make a difference with Day of Service

Catholic school students make a difference with Day of Service

The Corporal Works of Mercy were carried out in special, creative and even fun ways as thousands of Catholic school students around the Diocese of Trenton spent a day performing works of service April 28. Initiated by the diocesan Department of Catholic Schools, the third annual event, held in as many years, had students in grades
Catholic school benefits hailed on radio by local students

Catholic school benefits hailed on radio by local students

By EmmaLee Italia | Trenton Monitor Correspondent Students of the Diocese of Trenton had a chance to bring their enthusiasm for Catholic schools to the airwaves during Catholic Schools Week, recording interviews with Domestic Church Media. Talking about their unique experiences and service projects that contributed to their education, boys and girls from St. Joseph
Student poster, video contest winners recognized at State House

Student poster, video contest winners recognized at State House

By EmmaLee Italia | Trenton Monitor Correspondent Catholic education received special attention at the state level when Gov. Chris Christie released his proclamation of Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 29 – Feb. 4. To see photoo gallery on this story, click here. To kick off the celebration, which recognizes the unique contributions of Catholic education,
Bishop wraps up Catholic Schools Week with visit to Point Pleasant Beach school

Bishop wraps up Catholic Schools Week with visit to Point Pleasant Beach school

By Lois Rogers | Trenton Monitor Correspondent Catholic Schools Week drew to a memorable close for the St. Peter School community in Point Pleasant Beach Feb. 3 – the Feast of St. Blaise – as Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M., blended educational accolades with ancient tradition, blessing the academic endeavors of the students and their