SCC Current News
June 22, 2016
Saratoga Central Catholic is offering a review class for the SAT examination This 4 week course schedule is as follows: August 1-5, 10 am-12 pm: Reading August 8-12, 10 am–12 pm: Writing & Language August 15-19, 10 am-12 pm: Essay Writing August 22-26, 5-7pm: Math $100 per week per student or $350 total per student if signing up for entire 4 weeks Course Instructors are Mrs. Crowther and Mr. Masi Call today to reserve your spot!! Space is limited!! (518) 587-7070
June 2, 2016
Please click the link below to read about Saratoga Central Catholic’s most recent Award! Saratoga Central Catholic HS Receives 2016 Best of Saratoga Springs Award
May 24, 2016
Due to the Last Liturgy and Award Luncheon on Thursday 26 May and the four day Memorial Day Break, Tuesday 31 May 2016 will be a “B” Day.
May 23, 2016
SCC’s Baseball team won this weekend over Albany Academy to advance to the Class BB finals! The team will be playing in the finals vs. Schalmont on Wednesday, May 25th at The Joe Bruno Stadium at HVCC at 7pm. Please come out to support our team! Please check out the news articles below about our win! Zac Cronk powers victory over Albany Academy in Class BB semifinal Times Union, May 21st Cronk lifts Spa Catholic to Class BB Final Post Star, May 21st Cronk’s HR gives Spa Catholic 5-3 victory Daily Gazette, May 22nd
May 17, 2016
On Saturday, May 14th, six SCC students participated in the New York State School of Music Association (NYSSMA) solo competition at the Hudson Falls High School Festival. This is a professional organization that evaluates student musicians. Our students performed solo vocal pieces, chosen from the designated NYSSMA repertoire, ranging from Levels I – VI, and a sight reading piece. The adjudicator scored and commented on each student’s performance according to defined guidelines set by NYSSMA. Congratulations to Diana Dorsey, Grace Dorsey, Michaela Dorsey, Jarrod Martin, Kallie Tarkleson and Rachael Southworth. Each student received “Outstanding” scores with numbers high in the 90s. A special congrats to Jarrod Martin for receiving a perfect score.
May 10, 2016
Senior Chloe Ethier is featured in the articles below: Saratoga Today, May 6th Saratogian, Front Page, May 3rd Ethier article continued on Page 3 of Saratogian Coach Lambert had his 500th Baseball win and there have been several articles on this. Please click the links below for the articles: WRGB May 16th Saratogian May 6 Saratogian May 7 Tyler Klingenberg was featured in the Saratogian and Saratoga Today articles below: Saratogian May 10 Saratoga Today May 13
May 6, 2016
Please click on the links below to see the recent articles in the Saratogian and Saratoga Today (Saratoga Today articles on pages 1, 8 and 23) Saratoga Today:Baseball and SCC visits WWII Veterans at Prestwick Chase The Saratogian:Prestwick Chase Visit The Saratogian:Envirothon
April 21, 2016
Congratulations to SCC’s 2016 YMCA Southern Saratoga Branch Outstanding Student and Educator Award Recipients! Mrs. Jen DuBois, Sabrina Johnson and Paul Ruger were honored at The 11th Annual Award Breakfast on April 21st. Please read their biographies below and congratulate them when you see them. Sabrina Johnson Sabrina is President of Student Government, a member of National Honor Society, participates in extracurricular activities, part of the Cross Country Team and Peer Ministry. Whether in school or assisting with community service projects, Sabrina participates with determination to do the best she can. Paul Ruger Paul has a true calling for community service; he has recorded over 100 hours with 4-H this school year alone, serves as secretary of Upper Maple Producers Association, Bakers Dozen and is recording secretary of the 4-H Teen Council. Volunteerism has positively affected Paul’s life and he is always looking to help more. Mrs. Jen DuBois Every school has a heart, Saratoga Central Catholic School’s heart is Jen DuBois! Her energy, knowledge, dedication and endless compassion for our students is not only inspirational, its contagious. She never hesitates to help out with any endeavor whether it is a community service project, a school play or a sporting event. […]
April 19, 2016
Friday, April 22nd is Earth Day and we will be having a dress-down fundraiser. The cost is $3.00 per student and proceeds will go toward planting a shady tree near the benches out front and for other outdoor plants for the school yard.