Saint Saviour students are young women who come from public, private and Catholic schools. They are smart, independent, and enjoy learning at all levels.
25% of our recent graduates are studying in STEM based areas
80% of AP students earned college credit
74% of the Class of 2017 earned almost $9 million in merit scholarships
They take courses as part of the College Advantage (credit) Program with St. John’s University.
At Saint Saviour, our young women are examples of the power of an all-girls education:
The 2016-17 Cheerleading Squad took 3rd place in the GCHSAA Competition.
The 2016 Varsity Volleyball Team played in the City Championship for the B Division.
The 2016 Varsity Softball team won the BK-Queens A Division Championship and the A Division City Championship.
The Gaelic Society won "Best School Unit" at the 2016 Brooklyn Irish-American Parade.
Madeleine '16 is attending the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.
Victoria '16 earned two scholarships through the ACE Mentorship Program and is attending George Washington University, studying Systems Engineering.
Taylor '16 attended the NeXt Doc film festival for future film makers and is attending NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, studying film.
Yao '16 and her research partner presented their research project in the prestigious Science Research Mentoring Program at the American Museum of Natural History as part of the 3rd Annual Student Research Colloquim.
Lauren '17 scored her 1,000th Varsity Basketball career point on 2/5/16.
Jamie '17 participated in the ACE Mentorship Program, building a mock model of a Coney Island train station and block.