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St. Pascal Baylon High School

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Name of school: St. Pascal Baylon

Address: 199-10 112 Ave., St. Albans, NY 11412

Neighborhood name: St. Albans, Hollis

Opened: 1956

Closed: 1975

Parish high school: Yes. It was founded by St. Pascal Parish pastor, Msgr. Patrick B. Kinsella

Bishop: Bryan J. McEntegart

Students were referred to as: Pascalites/ Roadrunners/Vikings

Staffed by: Sisters of St. Joseph, lay teachers

Enrollment: 500 students

Principals: Sister Francis Elizabeth, Sister Teresa Josephine, Sister Catherine Alonzo, Sister Mary Protase

Some teachers were: Sisters Alice Therese, Thomas Angela, Marie Secour with Francis Elizabeth were the first faculty. They were followed by Sisters Joseph Agnes, Francis Marguerite, Corelita, Clare Gabriel, Rose Alonzo, Mary Annette, St. Malachy, Joan Patricia, Emiliana, Margaret de Sales. First lay instructors were George Yander, Joseph Kiefer, Rocco DeBenedetto, David Essenfeld, Marie Lohman

School colors: Blue and Gold

School newspaper: The Pascal Lamp

Yearbook: Kinsella

Uniform: green jumper, white shirt, green blazer, brown oxfords, green hat for girls; dress shirt, pants, tie, jacket for boys, later blue blazer with white trim, blue plaid skirt

Building is now: Rented to NYPD - Police Academy