About St. Camillus Catholic Academy
St. Camillus Catholic Academy offers an excellent academic program from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8.
Our Pre-K program is a free-Pre K for All Program run by St. Camillus Catholic Academy and funded by the NYCDOE. Pre K for All is open to students who will turn 4 years of age by December 31st for that school term. Pre -K for All applications are through the NYCDOE website for Student Enrollment, SEMS. If you are interested in our location and intend on putting St. Camillus as your first choice, please make an appointment to come and visit us.
St. Camillus Catholic Academy offers a faith filled education from grades kindergarten to 8. Our academy is a culturally diverse community of children from Roxbury to Far Rockaway. We strive to educate the whole child and believe each one of our students is gifted. We differentiate instruction and work to meet the needs of each and every student in our academy so that they may achieve their personal best!
We invite all of our families to come and visit our wonderful school. Tours are scheduled during the school year. Families interested are asked to contact the office at (718) 634-5260.
Requirements for Registration :
1. An official copy of the child’s birth certificate;
2. Baptismal record; K-8 only
3. Record of compliance with local and New York State health requirements;
4. Official transcripts and standardized test scores from school previously attended (if applicable);
5. Proof of parish affiliation (for tuition purposes); K-8 only
6. Academic clearance and tuition clearance if a transfer from another Catholic school; K-8 only
7. Completion of registration application;
8. Interview process.
All students are accepted for a probationary period of 90 days. The probationary period allows for the school and parents to assess if the academy is the proper environment for the child. At any time during this 90-day period, school officials and/or parents, may decide that this Academy does not meet the needs of the child. The Principal may extend this period of time.
Catholic schools and academies are required to treat all people equally. There can be no discrimination on the basis of race, sex, national origin, age (in accordance with the law) and disability, if, with reasonable accommodation on the part of the school, the disabled person’s needs are met.