Mark Scapp, the Board chairperson, would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. Please click on the link below to see his Thanksgiving message.
In accordance with New York State law, all volunteers must read and complete the attached Anti-Harassment and Discrimination Policy. Please read, sign the last page and return to your child’s homeroom teacher. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
We are pleased to announce that we have received approval to provide free NYC Lunch to our students. A lunch must be ordered through Option C for each student. All the pertinent information for this program is included in the attachments. Please read the information carefully and if desired, order lunch for your child by August 28th.
The application deadline is approaching. If you are interested in having either a Metrocard or a Yellow Bus stop for your child, please complete the application by clicking this link. Yellow Bus Stops are almost completely limited to those listed in the survey. We will try to add a stop but our route is very close to its limit. If we can not add the stop you want, your child will receive a Metrocard. Please review the eligibility requirements on the second link provided.
We are pleased to welcome Mrs. Zuschlag back to work. Please read the attached letter from the Academy Board about the return of Mrs. Zuschlag.
Click on the link below to visit our Bookfair Site!
Sign up for eWallet before the Fair or shop online to order books!
All proceeds go to purchasing programs for OLQMCA students!
There will be no school on Monday, March 4, 2019 due to inclement weather and the fact that the NYC Public Schools are closed. Please be safe.
In their monthly meeting last week, the Board of Directors set the new tuition rates for the 2019-2020 academic year. The main concern for Mrs. Zuschlag and the Board is to find the balance between maintaining the academy’s financial viability while keeping tuition affordable. The Board took into account that the actual average cost per child is well over $7,500. We rely heavily on the fundraisers and outside sources of income to keep our tuition affordable. Having said that, our operating costs continue to rise as a result of many factors, including increased insurance expenses, costs of supplies, digital subscriptions, textbooks, yearly rent to the parish to use the school building, facility improvements and utilities.
Taking all of this into account, the Board of Directors has increased the tuition rates $100 per child , $10 per month, for the upcoming school year. A tuition schedule with all the rates can be found by clicking the link below.
We will once again be using FACTS Tuition Management as our tuition collection company. As your re-registration becomes final, you will be automatically rolled over in FACTS to the 2019-2020 academic year. Please note that last year, the Diocese of Brooklyn covered the per family administrative cost for FACTS, in the upcoming year, each family who uses a 10 month payment plan will be charged a one-time fee of $45, if your family opts to pay the tuition in full in July, the fee will be reduced to $15.
As a reminder there are some financial aid opportunities available through the Diocese of Brooklyn. Please go to futuresineducation.0rg to complete an application.