THE BRONX, NY — February 24, 2018 — Saint Barnabas High School was delighted to receive Timothy J. McNiff, Ed. D, Superintendent of Schools of the Archdiocese of New York on Thursday, February 22nd. Faculty and students welcomed Dr. McNiff who spoke about the importance of a religion-based education in New York City, particularly for young women and girls. He expressed his gratitude for the quality education provided at Saint Barnabas High School, particularly our three-tiered curriculum designed to champion every learner.
“It was an honor for our students and faculty to meet and interact with Dr. McNiff and share with him some of their classroom experiences. Saint Barnabas High School has a long tradition of academic excellence with a 100% graduation rate, while instilling the values and rewards of a solid Catholic school education in our young women,” said Theresa Napoli, Principal at Saint Barnabas High School.
Founded in 1924, Saint Barnabas High School is an all-girls, independent Catholic college preparatory high school dedicated to developing young women through effective education, communication and mutual respect. Saint Barnabas is located in the Woodlawn section of the Northeastern Bronx, adjoining the City of Yonkers. Visit www.stbarnabashigh.com to learn more about Saint Barnabas High School or to schedule a tour or a shadow day.