Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy
Sr. Joan Losson, OP, Principal

St Nicholas Campus:
287 Powers Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: 718-388-7992

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Campus:
10 Withers Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: 718-782-1110

Sr. Joan Losson, O.P.
Principal, Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy

Now Registering
3 and 4 years old for Half or Full-Day Pre-Kindergarten, and for Kindergarten-8th Grade

Come Visit Us!
Tour dates:
5 to 7 pm on Tuesday, August 23
St Nicholas Campus at
287 Powers Street

5 to 7 pm on Wednesday August 24
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Campus at
10 Withers Street

Call TODAY 718-388-7992
to learn about our late summer scholarship offer.


Prospective Students


Financial Aid

Prospective Students

Thank you for your interest in Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy. We encourage you to visit our campuses and discuss how our program suits your child's abilities and interests.

Campus tours are available every week at the following times:

We offer family tuition rates, financial assistance, and welcome children of every race, religion, ethnic, and cultural background to our school.

Applications are available on request. More information is available by calling the St. Nicholas Campus at 718-388-7992, or the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Campus at 718-782-1110.


Tuition for Grades K-8 for the 2011-12 School Year


For Non-Catholics (Pre-K3 through 8th Grade) add $300 to the above
New Registrations: $250 nonrefundable fee

Financial Aid

We understand that by investing in your child's education, you are making great financial sacrifices. For this reason, the Diocese of Brooklyn offers scholarships to help families offset tuition costs.

In the 2009-2010 school year, the Diocese of Brooklyn funded more than 6,300 scholarships totaling more than $6.1 million for students in more than 120 schools.

These scholarships include the Diocese of Brooklyn Scholarship and Bishop's Scholarship Program. Scholarship forms may be downloaded from the Diocese of Brooklyn website at http://dioceseofbrooklyn.org/education/scholarships.aspx

Scholarships are made possible through the collaborative efforts of the Alive in Hope Foundation, the Annual Catholic Appeal, and Futures in Education.

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