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Rome Catholic School (Rome, New York)

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Type  Private, Coeducational
Established  1963
Grades  PK-6
Phone  +1 315-336-6190
Colors  White, Red
Religious affiliation(s)  Roman Catholic
Principal  Michael Powers
Team name  Redwings
Founded  1963
Address  400 Floyd Ave, Rome, NY 13440, USA
Similar  Rome Free Academy, George R Staley Upper El, Oriskany High School, Stokes Elementary School, Holland Patent High Sch

Rome Catholic School is a private, tuition funded, co-education school in Rome, New York. Rome Catholic School provides education, based in Roman Catholicism, to students from pre-kindergarten through 6th grade. It is within the auspices of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse.



Rome Catholic is located at 800 Cypress Street in Oneida County, New York. The school replaced the Academy of Holy Names (1873-1963) and St. Aloysius Academy (1850-1963). When Rome Catholic was established in 1963, it was a 9 through 12 high school called Rome Catholic High (RCH). In 1986, 7th and 8th grades were added. During the early 2000s, pre-kindergarten through sixth grade were added and the school was renamed Rome Catholic School (RCS).

Beginning in the 2013-2014 school year, RCS will be a PK-6 school.

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A high school curriculum in cyber security was to be tested at Rome Catholic School starting in the spring semester of 2006. This program was affiliated with the US Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, NY.


Rome Catholic School (Rome, New York) Wikipedia