Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Academy-St. Michael's is enriched by
and reflects the cultural diversity of the parishes of
Mary’s Nativity-St. Ann’s, St. John Vianney, and St. Michael’s.
The total program of MHRCA, preschool through grade eight is designed
to promote each student’s intellectual and spiritual growth grounded in
a deepening relationship with Jesus Christ. Honoring each child’s individual
needs, the Academy motivates the student to achieve his/her potential
in an atmosphere conducive to academic excellence, holistic growth
and social responsibility.

2017 Grads
Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

Acceptances in Catholic High Schools:
 All students who took the TACHS were accepted into
the high schools of their choice

St. Joseph’s High School, Brooklyn

St. Francis Prep High School

St. Agnes Academic

The Mary Louis Academy

Holy Cross High School

Archbishop Molloy High School

Catholic High School Scholarships:

4 – four year full scholarships

5 partial scholarships

Total amount awarded: $270,000


Public High Schools:
 Brooklyn Tech; DaVinci Programs at Benjamin Cardoza High School;
Academic Scholars at Francis Lewis High School

Open House
Come and tour our school.
Registration and Financial Aid information will be available
January 27 and March 10
from 2:00PM to 4:00PM

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and emails by clicking here
Keep checking back here for any updates on school closures

Registration for Grades K-8
for the 2017-18 School year

is now ongoing



Insist That Your Legislators
Enact the Education Tax Credit

Take Action Now!

In the final days of this legislative session in Albany, Governor Cuomo and key legislators are leading the fight to enact the Education Tax Credit. The governor's plan, called the Parental Choice in Education Act, willl help keep Catholic schools affordable. The Act provides $150 million in education tax credits annually that will provide:

  • Tax credits directly to low-income families who send their children to Catholic and other schools, 
  • Scholarships to students from low- and middle-income families to attend a school of their choice, 
  • Donations to public schools for enhanced educational programming,
  • Tax credits to teachers for their out-of-pocket classroom expenses.

Insist that your legislators enact the Education Tax Credit before they conclude their work in mid-June. After sending your email, please take a moment to call your Assembly member as well. That information, along with a script, will appear after your email is sent.

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