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St. Agnes Seminary

Information provided by Rosalie Tutino

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Address: Ave. R & E.22nd St. Brooklyn, NY

Neighborhood: Flatbush/Madison Gardens

Opened: 1878

Parish high school: No

Bishop: Thomas E. Molloy

Known as/Nickname: The Sem

Students were referred to as: "wonderful young ladies"

Staffed by: Sisters of St. Joseph

Average enrollment: 400

Principals: S. Maria Charitina

Some teachers were: S. Regina Assumpta, S. Joan Bernadette, S. Florence Josephine, Fr. McDonough, S. Margaret Theresa, S. Jean Anna, S. Maura Michaela, Francis Irene, S. Amata, S. Marie Concepcion, S. Mary Anthilia, S. Thomas Catherine, S. Graceavier, Miss McCaffrey, Miss Schneider, Professor Weber, Mr. Macri, Mr. Cangelosi.

School colors: Gold & White

School newspaper:

Yearbook: The Agnesian

Uniform: Navy Blue jumper - White blouse with puffed sleeves. Winter: Blue Dress, white gloves, hat and stockings.

Closed: 1977

Building is now: BEing converted to a girls Yeshiva