Her (Elizabeth Seton) great work in life, after the founding of her religious community, was the opening of schools, both free and private, and setting up, out of her wide experience, a system of classroom management and curriculum organization that remains today a model for all who would make the profession of teaching the noble calling that it should be.
Sr. Rose Maria Lafferty
Loom of Many Threads
The Sisters of Charity’s involvement in educational endeavors is widespread in the different capacities and institutions in which they serve the people of New York — as administrators, faculty, tutors, and volunteers.
- Elementary Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Special Needs Education
- Secondary Education
- Adult/Higher Education
Early Childhood Education
- The Garden of the Child, Monroe, NY
- Children’s Playhouse Preschool, Yonkers, NY
Special Needs Education
- John A Coleman School
White Plains and Yonkers Campuses