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9-12|Private
300 students
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School leader:  Sister June Favata, SC
228 West Market Street
Newark, NJ 07103

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(973) 622-1613
(973) 622-1128
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Best known for
"We are best known for freshman and service programs."

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Dress policy
    Uniforms
  • Transportation
    None
  • Facilities
    Computer lab, Library
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    Religious
  • Arts
    Choir / Chorus, Dance, Painting
  • World languages
    French, Spanish
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15 reviews

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Submitted by a parent · December 09, 2014
Do NOT send your child to this school unless she is not a transfer student form another state. I moved my daughter from a private all girls school in New York to New Jersey and they made her write and essay about why she wants to be apart of their... more

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Submitted by a community member · March 11, 2014
As a parent, I feel that this school is not right for my daughter. Some of the teachers are very rude & disrespectful to my daughter as if they have a right to. They also show favoritism to some of there students

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Submitted by a student · November 05, 2013
My School is St Vincents Academy Newark NJ. This school was and still is one of the best schools around. I loved SVA and my experience there. The Freshman team, Ms. A, Ms. Cap, Ms Anicarico (not sure I'm spelling that correctly lol" were... more

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Submitted by a community member · June 23, 2013
I'll admit, I wasn't too keen on being in my first all-girl school. In all my years until a freshman at Saint Vincent Academy, I went to a co-ed school. Now finishing my freshman year I have to say, it was the best year and I couldn't even have... more

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About this school

We prepare young women to succeed in college and to understand and embrace the role of women in a complex, challenging world. Building on a foundation of faith and Christian values, we incorporate lessons in character, respect for others and the importance of community into our academic and life curricula.Our students learn and grow in a safe and supportive environment, and they graduate with a sense of responsibility not only to themselves and their families, but to the greater community.

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Last modified: December 15, 2014
Last modified St. Vincent Academy is a Private school that serves grades 9-12
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