East Elmhurst, NY 11370
President: Brother Joseph Rocco, SC, Ed.D
Principal: James Castrataro
Average Class Size: 28
Top 5 or Most Unique Extracurricular Activities: BOSH Club, Student Council Working with 115th Precinct in the Mayor’s Youth Council, STEAM Environmental Projects
Open House: Saturday, October 12 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Admissions Director: Nicholas Melito (718) 898-3800 ext. 0
Percent of Last Year’s Seniors Attending College: 99
Top 2019 Seniors Attending: Adelphi University, Columbia’s Barnard College, Macaulay Honors at Baruch College, Macaulay Honors at Hunter College, Macaulay Honors at Queens College, New York University, Rochester Institute of Technology, St. John’s University, University of Albany, Villanova University
Most 2019 Seniors Attending: St. John’s University, John Jay College, Queens College, Baruch College, Hunter College, Adelphi University
College Credit Courses: Business Law, English, Calculus, Advanced Biology, Geography, Religion IV
Advanced Placement Courses: English, Computer Science A, Environmental Science, European History, American History, U.S. Government and Politics, Italian, Spanish
Admissions Requirements: Choice on the TACHS examination (1st choice preferred, 2nd and 3rd choice considered); Performance on the TACHS examination; Grammar school academic and deportment records.
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.
What makes Msgr. McClancy a Top High School?
• 100 percent College acceptance into 250+ colleges and universities;
• $33,583,998 in Academic Scholarships for the Class of 2019;
• 80 percent involvement of students in extracurricular activities;
• Over 11,000 service hours for students;
• STEAM initiative with a staff coordinator; and
• Vibrant Campus Ministry Program.