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How do you find Catholic high schools in New York?

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You can find Catholic high schools in New York state by visiting the websites of the Catholic dioceses within the state. The Archdiocese of New York, as well as the Dioceses of Albany, Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, provide online tools to locate regional Catholic high schools.

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How do you find Catholic high schools in New York?
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To find a Catholic high school through the Archdiocese of New York, visit BuildBoldFutures.org. Click the Find A School & Request Information button on the upper righthand side of the home page. In the Find School form at left, choose High School from the Grade Level drop-down menu. Enter a specific ZIP code, school name or preferred region and click Submit. In search results list, you can then click on a specific school to view that school's general description, contact information and website.

The Dioceses of Albany and Buffalo list all of their K-12 schools in online directories. The Dioceses of Buffalo and Syracuse both have a search engine for locating area high schools, while the Dioceses of Albany and Rochester provide Google map images showing the locations of diocesan schools. Clicking on an individual icon brings up that school's name and website link, if applicable. Many diocesan websites of New York state also provide high school admission applications and information about open houses and other events.

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