East Elmhurst, NY 11370
President: Brother Joseph Rocco, SC, Ed.D
Principal: James Castrataro
Average Class Size: 25-30
Top 5 or Most Unique Extracurricular Activities: Robotics Club, Video Game Club, Drama Club
Open House: Saturday, October 7
Admissions Director: Nicholas Melito (718) 898-3800 ext. 1
Scholarships Offered and Awarded to 8th Graders: Full Scholarship requires 95+ on TACHS Exam and 95+ on 7 & 8th grade average; Half Scholarship requires 90-94 on TACHS Exam and 90-94 on 7 & 8th grade average, Partial Scholarship requires 85-89 on TACHS Exam and 90 + on 7 & 8th grade average. You must put McClancy as first choice on TACHS to be eligible for a scholarship. There is a 50 percent reduction in tuition for siblings.
Percent of Last Year’s Seniors Attending College: 99
Top 2017 Seniors Attending: Adelphi University, Hunter College, John Jay, Fordham University, Franklin Pierce University, Hofstra University, Iona College, LIU Brooklyn, Mississippi State University, Molloy College, St. Francis College, St. John’s University, St. Joseph’s College, SUNY Maritime College, SUNY Old Westbury, SUNY Stony Brook
Most 2017 Seniors Attending: St. John’s University
College Credit Courses: Honors Calculus, Honors English 11, Honors English 12, Advanced Biology, Business Law
Advanced Placement Courses: Honors English, Honors Calculus, Advanced Biology, Environmental Science, Honors Global Studies, Honors American History, Spanish 4, Italian 4
Admissions Requirements: Choice on the TACHS examination (1st choice preferred, 2nd and 3rd choice considered), TACHS code #017; Performance on the TACHS examination; Grammar school academic and deportment records
What makes Msgr. McClancy a Top High School? Msgr. McClancy Memorial High School is guided by the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, which provides a quality education for young people from diverse academic, social, cultural, economic and religious backgrounds, fully interweaving gospel values and Catholic teachings with the core curriculum.
Our school offers students a disciplined and nurturing environment for their personal and professional development by promoting responsibility, respecting individual potential and encouraging their growth in scholarship, leadership and outreach. It is a school community in which each student is known, valued, treasured and taught by the faculty in partnership with the family to meet the challenges of life in our rapidly changing world.
The Foundation Charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart which incorporates the following seven characteristics:
• a spirituality of the Heart of Christ
• integration of faith and life
• a spirit of community
• formation of the whole person
• special concern for the poor and neglected
• an ordered and structured environment.