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173 East 75 Street

New York, NY, 10021

(212) 288-1645

Catholic, All-Girls

Principal: Sister Maria Cassano, CND

Students: 350

Teachers: 24

Average Class Size: 24

Extracurricular Activities: Art, Cooking, Dance, French, SJB Newspaper, Glee Club, Global Concern, Graphic Novel, Glamour Gals, Girls Who Code, Math Club, Model U.N., Ping-Pong, Student Council, Yearbook and many other clubs, Fencing, Soccer, Softball, NYRR Track, The National Honor Society, La Societe Honoraire de Francias, La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica, The Art National Honor Society, and The English National Honor Society.

Open House Date: Saturday, October 14

Admissions Director: Ms. Flora Lugo (212) 288-1645 ext. 134

Percent of Seniors Attending College: 100

Top 2017 Seniors Attending: American University, NYU, Rutgers University, St. John's University, Syracuse University, University College at Dublin, and University of Virginia

Most 2017 Seniors Attending: NYU

College Credit Courses: 33 College Credits Offered

College Credit Courses: College Writing, French Literature, and Spanish Literature

Advanced Placement Courses: European History, U.S. American History, Government & Economics, Chemistry, English, Spanish, Art

Admissions Requirements: Students with an average of 80 percent or higher are candidates for admission. Honors placement for those students who earn 90 percent or higher in grades six, seven and eight.

School Motto: To Prepare for the Lord a Perfect People

What makes St. Jean Baptiste a Top High School? St. Jean Baptiste High School was recognized as the high school that is most likely to Show How Girls #RUNTHEWORLD.

Students have access to college prep learning inside and outside of the classroom because of our credentialed faculty members and the partnerships we have cultivated over the last four years. Our students have access to internships in Medicine, Law, Art, Leadership and Technology.

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