Welcome to Our New Site!

Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Academy logoWelcome to the new website for Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Academy.

In September of 2016, Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School will transition to Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Academy. We are very excited to begin this new adventure under the direction of a board of directors. The board of directors will be actively involved in assisting us to continue the work of the past 66 years. Working together with the community, we will continue to be a vibrant academic and spiritual community for generations to come.

The new academy will remain closely connected to Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Parish together with Father Bob, our pastor, Father Mark, Sister Carla and the parish staff.

Check back frequently for news stories and upcoming events.

Welcome home!

A Night on Broadway

OLBS spring concert

Hundreds of guests joined the Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School community for a tribute to Broadway on May 25.

Classes performed songs from classic musicals such as Annie, Bye Bye Birdie and Wicked. The 7th grade created an impressive original percussion performance in the style of Stomp that had everyone’s toes tapping. The String Ensemble and The School Band performed selections that highlighted their developing talents.

Congratulations to Mrs. Rodriguez, Music Teacher and Director of the String Ensemble, and Mr. Ray McGuire, Band Director, as well as all the students. The next performance is scheduled for December.

Graduates Earn Over $500,000 in Scholarships!

OLBS-graduatesThe graduating class of 2016, comprised of 49 students, earned a total of 29 scholarships valued at over $500,000.

They received acceptances to Regis High School, The Bronx High School of Science and Townsend Harris High School.

This group of talented students will be attending Regis High School, Saint Francis Preparatory High School, Holy Cross High School, The Mary Louis Academy, Archbishop Molloy High School, Saint Mary’s High School and Saint Agnes Academic High School in the fall.

They carry with them many lessons learned and a strong basis in the faith that will serve them well for years to come. This group will no doubt make a strong impact on this world in the future.