NG Weekly


Week of June 12-15


Room 110
Mrs. Torres, Assistant Principal of Academic Affairs  |  215-465-8437 x226

Mrs. Ragno, Administrative Assistant  |  215-465-8437, x.227

FOURTH QUARTER/FINAL REPORT CARDS will be mailed the week of June 18.

Any student who fails a subject for the year with a grade below a 70 will be notified on his/her last day of school. Parents will also be notified. There is a fee of approximately $375 for each summer course and a registration process. Although it is an online class, students will be expected to come to school 2-3 days a week to work on the course with a teacher present.


Room 105
Fr. Dalton, Director of Campus Ministry
215-465-8437 x263



Room 113
Mrs. Hilk, Director of College Guidance & Counseling  |  215-465-8437, x.243

End of the year college reminders for Juniors:

  • Request at least 3 letters of recommendation from teachers on Naviance before leaving for summer
  • Know when you are planning to take the SAT (or ACT) again in the fall – keep reviewing on Khan Academy over the summer
  • Start to frame out your college essay, and work on it over the summer. Take advantage of the less hectic summer months, and cross one big thing off of your list.
  • Keep researching colleges and going on visits throughout the summer. This will help you to start narrowing down your list of where you are applying.
    • Once you start to make your list of colleges, note when their deadlines are, and whether they use the Common Application or have their own.
  • Get excited for senior year!!


Room 109
Mr. Townsend, Jr., Dean of Culture
215-465-8437 x228
School uniform policy: 2017-2018 Uniform Policy

All grades are reminded that dress is spring uniform for all school days including exam days through the last day of school.

Spring Uniforms

  • If the polo does not have the banded elastic bottom, it must be tucked-in.
  • Students may wear plain white or gray short-sleeve t-shirts under their polos.
  • Sleeves may not be rolled.
  • Long-sleeve shirts are not permitted under polos.
  • If a student is cold they may still wear the school sweater.
  • No other sweatshirts, hoodies, etc. are permitted.
  • Students, especially Seniors, are advised to continue to care and keep prepared their winter school uniforms as they are required for certain events.
  • Seniors may wear the official school senior t-shirt in place of the school polo.


Mr. McHale – Director of Technology

Chromebooks and chargers are past due. Failure to turn-in a Chromebook by the last day of school will result in the cost of a new Chromebook being charged to your tuition account. Chromebooks will be assessed for damage and tuition accounts will be charged accordingly.

2017-2018 academic year wrap up and resources for summer exploration. Click here.


Room 213
Mr. Szydlik, Athletic Director | 215-465-8437 x276


Room 102
Mrs. Arrigale, Tuition Officer 215-465-8437 x246

Freshman, Sophomore and Junior Classes

  • Tuition Billing Update: You received an invite from FACTS to update your account with your preferences such as # of payments, Auto or invoice and payment date – the 1st or the 15th. If you did not select, FACTS chose the common method of 11 monthly payments via invoice and due on the 15th. If you wish to change to auto – you can do so by logging in to facts. Just use your email, and reset the password if you did not previously go into the account. It is the same log in for financial aid application.
    • Technology fee has been added ($50) and will be billed in July.
  • Financial Aid / Scholarships : All eligible scholarships and financial aid have been added to the bill. Updates will be made as the financial aid committee makes their determinations and as financial aid applications are completed. Funding is limited.
  • FACTS financial aid application is required to receive financial aid from BLOCS, TAP, Board Discount, School Need, Chester Charter, Maguire and Howley. If you received any of these awards last year and are expecting them this year – they will not be added until your financial aid application is COMPLETE and VERIFIED with all necessary documents attached.
  • The deadline for financial aid has passed. There is still a small window to complete your application for returning students.  Failure to comply will result in forfeiture of the award.
  • View FACTS online by clicking here . Use the zip code search (19148) as the best way to find our school when you complete the application.
  • Remember to attach your 2017 1040 (tax return) to your financial aid application with facts.


Mrs. Edwards, Director of Enrollment Management  |  215-465-8437 x229

We would like to start a Parent Ambassadors group to help promote our school in the community by distributing materials at their grade schools and parishes, speaking with prospective parents, helping at Open House, and sharing feedback. If you’d like to get involved, email


Ms. Rudd Potter


Room 112
Maryann Varalli, Administrative Assistant

Attention: Southeast – Neumann – St. John Neumann – Goretti  Neumann/Goretti — Pirates – Lambs – Saints

2018 All Classes Reunion
Saturday, September 29

Sugar House Casino – Fishtown Hops
Tickets are $30
Free self-parking or free valet parking
$10 free casino play to Reward Card Members
(Must be 21 years of age)

Call Millay Club at 215 389 0925, email or online at


Tuesday, June 12
Last Day for Juniors (only Juniors report to school)
Homeroom, Prayer Service, Awards, Classes – Dismissal is 11:45 a.m.

JUNIORS: Class of 2019 sweater orders are due on June 12.  There will be NO EXCEPTIONS. These sweaters are special order items; they are NOT available at the Flynn and O’Hara stores. Bring in order forms with payment to the Student Affairs Office, room 104 ASAP. Checks must be payable to Flynn & O’Hara. There are sample sizes in room 104 to try on if you are unsure of what size to order.

Wednesday, June 13
Last Day for Sophomores (only Sophomores report to school)
Homeroom, Prayer Service, Awards, Classes – Dismissal is 11:45 a.m.

Thursday, June 14
Last Day for Freshmen (only Freshmen report to school)
Homeroom, Prayer Service, Awards, Classes – Dismissal is 11:45 a.m.

Friday, June 15
No Classes
Faculty and Staff only


Room 101
Mrs. Amy Boyd | 215-465-8437


Room 104
Ms. Cooper, Assistant Principal of Student Affairs

Ms. Pratt, Student Affairs Administrative Assistant
215-465-8437 x258

Ms. Bianculli, Student Affairs Assistant

All grades please be reminded that dress is full school spring uniform for all school days, including exam days through the end of the school year and the last day of school.


Mr. Robert “Woody” Sharper – Facilities Supervisor