<h3><b>INTRODUCTION OF CYNTHIA DIBARTOLO</b></h3> Cynthia DiBartolo is a proud graduate from <b>St. Joseph Hill Academy, Class of 1980</b>. While at Hill, Cynthia was Captain of our Forensic Team and a member of the Student Council and Glee Club. I also had the pleasure of sharing the stage with her in our annual musical theatre productions. During […]READ MORE >
The history of St. Joseph Hill Academy began in March 1919, with the purchase of the fourteen-acre estate of Mr. William Knauth by Reverend Mother M. Kostka Bauer. In May of that year, the Daughters of Divine Charity arrived on Staten Island and in the fall inaugurated tutoring classes for a group of twenty-five children who had come to them during the summer. These classes led to the institution of the Academy.READ MORE >
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To My Fellow Hill Sisters, Today I have the privilege to share the following story of how your support of the Tuition Assistance Fund will impact a student at Hill this year. Please consider taking a few moments to read the following story of how your generous contributions to the Alumnae Association’s efforts are making […]
Join Us for St. Joseph’s Day Mass and Pot Luck! March 19, 2014 NOTE: Please park in the Landis Parking Lot (see below for directions), 4 PM Bring your contribution for the Pot Luck Dinner to the Convent Door 4:30 PM Join us for Mass with the Sisters in the St. Joseph Hill Auditorium 5:30 […]
Winter & Spring Cooking Classes February Class Schedule: What: Homemade Ravioli When: February 20th In this class you will learn how to make ravioli from scratch. I’ll teach you how to make the dough, fill the ravioli and of course shape them. We will fill the ravioli with two kinds of filling, traditional Ricotta and […]
By Julia D’Alessio Q. What is the worst part of teaching? What is the best? Worst part of teaching is all of the grading. Best part of teaching is the students Q. Where did you go to college? What was you major and minor? I attended St. Johns University and majored in […]
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