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St. Barnabas High School is an all-girls, private, Roman Catholic high school in the Bronxmarker, New Yorkmarker. It is located within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. "SBHS" is popular because of its small size, talented faculty and pleasant atmosphere.

History

Saint Barnabas High School is an all-girls' high school borders both the Woodlawn Heightsmarker and Wakefield sections of the Bronxmarker and borders the southeastern section of the City of Yonkersmarker. The school was founded in 1924, and has been at its current location since 1959. At its inception, the school was founded and staffed by the Sisters of Charity.

Academics

St. Barnabas High School is a great educational facility, and the proof is in the test scores! The dedicated faculty works especially hard in maintaining the school's high Regents rankings.

Attractions

Each year, the St. Barnabas High School Music Dept. (led by Mr. Greg Viceroy) puts on an exciting Music Awards Show, similar to the Grammy Awards. At St. Barnabas, music students write and record their own songs (since 2004, over 85 songs have been recorded and placed online). The songs are placed into categories (like Best Rock Song, Producer of the Year, Best New Artist and Best Group Song) and the school votes to determine the winners. The show draws hundreds of people, local press and is a major fundraiser for the school. The school also has a great Film Dept, which uses cutting-edge technology and innovation to produce their own films.

Sports

St. Barnabas is known for fielding strong teams in basketball, softball, volleyball, track and soccer. The 2006 Softball team won the Division Championship, as did the 2005 Basketball team. Recently, the 2008 Volleyball team took home the title of Division Champions.

Notable Alumnae

Nadia Peters, Manhattan College Basketball

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