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  • Academic Excellence, Enriched by Faith

    About Us

    Established in 1956 by the Sisters of Charity, St. Patrick’s School has a long tradition dedicated to the mission to “teach as Jesus did.”

    One of our goals is to teach our students to become global citizens who are ready and willing to share their Catholic faith and God-given talents in service to the family of God.  Another is the development of lifelong learners who are able to continue their learning well after the completion of formal schooling.

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    • Register to be a vendor at our Christmas Boutique
      If you would like to be a vendor, please contact us at stpatschristmasboutique.com or download our registration form here. Thank you
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    • Christmas Boutique-November 23, 2019 9 am to 4 pm
      Christmas Boutique Returns to St. Patrick's School He’s making a list, checking it twice … Santa Claus is coming to Bedford! Family photos with Santa are just one of the many activities offered at the St Patrick’s School annual Christmas Boutique, to be held Saturday, November 23, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school on 483 Old Post Road in Bedford. For more than 25 years, the school has transformed overnight into a winter wonderland of shopping and cheer. Held the weekend before Thanksgiving, the popular community event rings in the start of the holiday season, attracting shoppers and merry-makers from around Westchester, Putnam and neighboring Connecticut who seek high-quality gifts, including crafts, collectibles, jewelry, decorations, leather goods, clothing and toys, among other items. Home-baked goods, café lunch items, hot cocoa and coffee is also available for purchase in the Holiday Cafe. A 50/50 raffle, and games and crafts for young children round out the joyful day’s events. The holiday shopping showcase includes such vendors as: Mary Kay cosmetics, Venture Photography, Initials, Inc., LuLaRoe, Origami Owl and Rodan Fields. Pottery, handmade jewelry, pillows, blankets, baby items, soaps, gifts and accessories, and pocketbooks are among the many items available for purchase. Admission and parking are free at this important fundraiser for St. Patrick’s School. All inquires should be sent to stpatschristmasboutique@gmail.com Apply before September 1, 2019 and receive an early-bird discount.
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    • Lou Gehrig Day
      Grade 4 celebrates Lou Gehrig Day while learning about famous New Yorkers and celebrating their favorite New York Team, the Yankees!
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    • Spring Concert-Celebrating Songs of America
      On Friday, May 31st the children of St. Patrick's School performed their Spring Concert singing Songs of America. Red, white and blue rang throughout the school as the students sang, Yankee Doodle, You're a Grand Old Flag, This Land is Your Land, America the Beautiful, This is My Country, and Battle Hymn of the Republic. The grand finale of God Bless the USA brought a tear to many an eye. We also recognized anyone in the military, past and present, first responders, police officers and fire fighters. Special thank you to Mrs. Karen Stone, our music teacher, Mrs. Zulma Hayes, our stage manager and Mr. Edward Callahan, our accompanist. For more pictures, please visit our Media Gallery.
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    • JV Volleyball Champions!
      Girls in Grades 4 - 8 participate in the Archdiocesan Youth Volleyball League. On Saturday, May 25 both the the Varsity (grades 7-8) and the JV (grades 4 - 6) teams traveled to compete in the League championships tournament. Teams had qualified by winning brackets on the Division level. The Varsity team entered Championships in second place in the division (14-4), and fourth place in the league. After losses to St. Clare (Bronx) and Transfiguration (Tarrytown) the Varsity team placed fourth overall. The JV team rode a 21-0 record into the championships having placed first in the North Division and winning their Playoff bracket. The JV team won first place in the League Championship defeating both Annunciation (Crestwood) and St. Benedict (Bronx). Olivia Casabona was named MVP of the JV tournament.
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