Woman of Achievement Recognition

Congratulations to Diane Buglioli for being recognized as an outstanding Woman of Achievement. Ms. Buglioli is a member  of our Board of Trustees and also a graduate from the Class of 1967.


Come Home to Moore!

Alumni are the life-blood of our school.  Each class represents a unique period of history starting with  the early days of Countess Moore High School as an ‘all girl’s school’ to the co-educational institution  Moore Catholic High School.

Alumni are united by shared experiences and memories of administrators and faculty who inspired us.  When meeting an alum, one of the first questions usually asked is  “Who was the Principal when you attended Moore?” Based upon the response, alumni are able to identify each other’s place in the Moore Catholic timeline.

Looking back at our years at Moore, we have many fond memories of this very special time in our teenage years.  Our faculty was caring and kept us on our toes!  Our families sacrificed to give us a Catholic education which has shaped our values to this very day.  Moore Catholic is a school with a proud alumni base.  

We want you to be involved at your alma mater.  Whether you can attend your class reunion,  stop by for a visit, attend Homecoming, watch a Performing Arts Show or attend an athletic event, you are always welcome home!  If you would like to offer financial support, you can do it through our Annual Fund.  If you are planning a class reunion, we can help you!  Contact Linda Simonetti at 718.761.9200, lsimonetti@moorechs.org .

Finally, we need your assistance in sending in nominations for the Hall of Fame.  In 1993, we inducted our first class of administrators, teachers and students. We have a rich history of worthy  individuals who deserve this recognition.  The next class will be inducted at The Hall of Fame Golf Outing and Dinner on May 4, 2017.        We promise never to share your contact information.

Gela (Mazella’ 73)Mikalauskas, Director of Development