Manhattan Catholic School Enhances Music and Tech Offerings

Manhattan Catholic School Enhances Music and Tech Offerings

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Saint Ignatius Loyola School is expanding students’ horizons with ukuleles and tablets.  

Saint Ignatius Loyola School, located at 48 E. 84th St., is a fully renovated Catholic School in a Jesuit Parish with over a 160-year history.

The 540 students in kindergarten through eighth grade enjoy a rigorous academic program using the latest Smartboard and iPad technology. Core classes include on-level and accelerated math and English language arts, Latin, social studies, science, science lab, and religion. All students also participate in music, art, computer, library, and physical education classes.

New this school year, seventh and eighth grade students are learning musical theory and practice through playing the ukulele.

There are also new SurfacePro tablets available to students in the state-of-the-art technology lab.

Saint Ignatius Loyola School helps students maintain a healthy balance between extracurricular activities and their studies including after-school clubs, sports programs, music programs, and community service projects. 

Graduates are offered opportunities at some of the finest private and specialized public high schools in New York City and beyond. To find out more, visit saintignatiusloyolaschool.com.

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Main image: Students on tablets in Saint Ignatius Loyola School's technology lab.
Courtesy Saint Ignatius Loyola School 

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