The School of St. Benedict is
a Catholic parish school in which Gospel truths, values, and
attitudes are primary to the work of education.
St. Benedict sees its
service of education
as contributing to the church, the world, and the
local community of Throgs Neck.
Grades 1-3 8:10-2:30
Grades 4 & 5 8:10-2:35
Grades 6,7 & 8 8:00-2:45
Pre-K and K 8:20-2:20
Pre K Half Days
Pre K Half Day
For 3 and 4 year olds who
are fully trained.
Pre K Full Day
For 4 year olds
St. Benedict School
is a full day program.
Prepared to Bring:
prior school reports
St. Benedict School
offers a before and after school program beginning from 7 a.m. and ending at
6 p.m. for a nominal fee.
You only pay for the time your child
The St. Benedict Athletic Association runs thevarious sports
programs in school.These sports include Varsity, JV and Midgetboys and
girls basketball, cheerleading, softball, and track. SBAA also runs
intramural sports on school grounds. These include:
basketball, indoor soccer, and whiffleball.
SBS Parent Organization
The SBS P.O. is a parent-run
The P.O. runs and organizes many fun family
oriented activities during the school year.
This organization is a major fundraiser for our school.
For further information
please call the school at
weekdays from 9-2
to ask questions or make an
appointment to visit.
Interested in applying to St. Benedict School click on the link below and get started.
Senior Bowling Day at Bowlerland!
Class of 2016
Saint Benedict Bantams
38th Annual Columbus Day Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral with our own St. Benedict's students as Alter Servers! Robert Anthony O'Connell, Jessica Dineen, Henry Chambers, and David Cojocaru with Reverend William Murphy, Bishop of Rockville Center as Principal Celebrant.
Click on any picture above to enlarge for viewing
Since 1923, the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt have served the school.
Along with the priests and the religious,
St. Benedict's is proud of its dedicated lay faculty and staff.
Philosophy and Goals:
- to provide an experience of faith in action
- create and maintain a spirit of respect, understanding
and love - develop a sense of responsibility for one's actions and
a maturing awareness of right and wrong
- to develop an educational program that is current and meets the needs
and challenges of students
- to collaborate with parents so they will be supported in their efforts to
nurture Christian values in their children
St. Benedict School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color
or national or ethnic origins in the administration of educational
or admission policies, scholarship programs,
athletics, or other school administrated programs.
St. Benedict School follows a challenging curriculum
as dictated by the Essentials of Learning of
the Archdiocese of New York.
All students are required to master content in the
subject areas which include:
Religion, Mathematics, English, Composition, Grammar,
Reading, Science and Social Studies.
In Addition to the Core Curriculum, students also participate
in weekly classes of Physical Education, Computer, Music
Art and Library.