The students at Visitation Academy are eager to learn, and they are especially excited about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Visitation Academy provides its students with cutting-edge technology, including a 3D printer that allows the girls to use engineering software to create and design three-dimensional objects.
This hands-on experience with technology inspires the girls to consider a wide variety of professions in the STEM fields. Today’s Visitation students can be tomorrow’s engineers, scientists, doctors and researchers!
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Academy of Brooklyn celebrated Catholic Schools Week with festivities for students, staff and volunteers.
During the week, the school was especially proud to announce two new annual scholarships for students, the Catherine P. Molloy Memorial Scholarship and the Curran Sisters Memorial Scholarship.
The two scholarships will be awarded through a raffle, which begins in February and culminates in a drawing on March 9, 2015. The awards will cover the cost of tuition for the 2015-2016 school year for two students.
These scholarships were funded by a generous family member in honor of several women who were educated by the Sisters of St. Joseph in OLPH Parish and whose lives exemplified the Catholic values that have been at the heart of an OLPH education.
More information about the raffle, the scholarships and the women honored by the scholarships can be found at www.olphcab.org or by calling the school at 718-439-8067.