This Week's Events

 

Help is needed for the Chiavetta's Dinner and Art Festival night. Contact the school office if interested.

May 4
Band
NO Soccer Shots
5:30 pm Teacher Recognition Dinner
7:00 pm Final Home School Meeting

5
8:30 am Mass Ascension Thursday
Gr. 6 "One Bread, One Body"
1:00 pm DARE Gr. 5
4:15 pm Girls Softball @ Two Mile Creek Road & Grand Island Blvd. Diamond 5

6
SPIRIT Day (no jeans)
Dress Down for Catholic Charities: $5.00 adults, $1.00 students
11:00 am Dismissal K-6
Faculty Meeting
Cash & Card Raffle stubs and payments due

7
10:00-4:00 pm Buffalo Mini Maker Faire @ Buffalo Museum of Science

8
Happy Mother's Day

11
Diocesan STREAM Director's Visit
Band
Soccer Shots

12
1:00 pm DARE Gr. 5
4:00-7:00 pm Chiavetta's Chicken Dinner
5:30-8:00 pm Annual Art Festival, Cash & Card Raffle, Mini Auction

13
Pay $1.00 & Dress Down for Missions
1:00 pm May Crowning Practice in the Church

14
10:00 am Girls Softball @ 940 Oxbow Lane, Lewiston

17
9:00-1:00 pm Open House for New Students
4:15 pm Girls Softball @ 940 Oxbow Lane, Lewiston
6:15 pm Girls Softball @ 940 Oxbow Lane, Lewiston
7:00 pm Spring Band & Choral Concert


Please continue to support our ongoing fundraisers: Chiavetta's Chicken Dinner, Cash & Card Raffle, Ink Cartridge/Toner Recycle, Box Tops for Education, Pop Tabs for the Ronald McDonald House.  

Refer a family and they register for 2016-17 school year, you will receive $100.00 credit towards next year's tuition.

History


Catholic Academy of Niagara Falls is the only Catholic school in the City of Niagara Falls. Our school was created in 2009 from a merger of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and Prince of Peace Schools. In the tradition of Holy Trinity, Our Lady of Lebanon, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Our Lady of the Rosary, Prince of Peace, Sacred Heart, St. John de LaSalle, St. Joseph, St. Mary of the Cataract, St. Stanislaus and St. Teresa, we continue to give students an excellent academic education as well as enhance that education with moral and religious development. We prepare our students to take their place in society as leaders who will demonstrate openness and respect for each person's uniqueness thus witnessing to the presence of the living Lord among us.

Sixth grade was added in September 2012. Seventh and eighth grade students are encouraged to continue their Catholic education at Niagara Catholic Junior/Senior High School.