Congratulations to AMHS English Teacher, Catherine Curley, for being nominated by Clarkson University student and Albertus Alumni, Faith Metcalf, ’19, as one of the three nominated for the 2022 Clarkson University Inspirational Educators.
It is with tremendous pleasure to announce Albertus Magnus Valedictorian for the Albertus Magnus Class of 2023, Kaitlyn Canivel.Kaitlyn will be attending Cornell University in the fall of 2023, where she will pursue a degree in Global Development and intending to double major in Environment and Sustainability.
Congratulations to Courtney Carter DeJesus, ' 05 who went from being a journalist, to currently a communications director in the world of politics and now author of her very first children's book, Eva the Kid Reporter.
We are so proud of our Albertus Alumni. Stay tune for more Alumni Updates!
Kyle Eliazo, '23, who was chosen as one of the students from Albertus Magnus High School to receive the Saint La Salle Honors/ “May You Continue to Walk in Wisdom” Award from Manhattan College based on his academic accomplishments and extracurricular involvement within the community.
On Wednesday, April 19 the members of the Class of 2023 traveled to St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill to participate in their Senior Retreat. Fr. Erik Lenhart, OFM Cap. presented the retreat. Br. Francisco, OFM Cap. joined him.
Mrs. Arellano’s AP Bio students spent two days at Regeneron DNA Learning Center where they performed the Human DNA Fingerprint with Bioinformatics, DNA Restriction Analysis, and Bacterial Transformation Labs.
On Saturday morning, April 1, five students from Albertus Magnus High School organized an Easter party for children who attend Sr. Margaret O’Doherty’s Saturday religious education program at the Marydell Faith & Life Center in Nyack.