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Diocese of Brooklyn

St. Angela Hall Academy

Info provided by E.M. Fee

Vintage Photos

Address: 286 Washington Avenue,

Opened: September 1906

Closed: June 1980

Opened under Bishop: Thomas E. Molloy

Closed under Bishop: Francis J. Mugavero

Known as/Nickname: "The Hall" Students were "Angies"

Staffed by: Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood

Average enrollment: 400 girls

Principals: S. Marie Therese, S. Clara Santoro, S. Joan Petito, S. Maria Frederick Stapleton (1964-1970)

Chaplain: Reverend Joseph McGroarty

Faculty Members: See photo section

School colors:

School song:

School mascot:

School newspaper: Angelus

Yearbook: Veritas

Uniform: Jumper, solid or plaid with blazer, pumps, stockings

Building is now: Part of St. Joseph College

Vintage Photos

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