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Congratulations to all the DMCA students who received the sacrament of Confirmation!
First Holy Communion
Congratulations and may God bless all the DMCA students who have made the first Holy Communion!
DMCA 14th Annual Fashion Show
Families celebrated together at the annual fashion show.  It was a night to remember!
FDNY Smokehouse
The fire department brought the smokehouse to DMCA to allow students a chance to practice what they should do during a fire. 

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Our Mission

The mission of Divine Mercy Catholic Academy is to: engender a strong sense of the Roman Catholic identity, a deep reverence for the sacraments, and a lifelong commitment to reflect the teachings of Christ throughout their lives; enrich each child’s development by requiring academic excellence and providing opportunities that challenge students and recognize individual achievement; develop with parents, moral values which guide students to love all of God’s creation and to be witness to the world with Christ as their model.

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Futures in Education is proud to provide partial tuition assistance for families to attend a Catholic academy or school in Brooklyn or Queens.  LEARN MORE AND APPLY
Academy Handbook
The Divine Mercy Catholic Academy handbook is a guide to acquaint all parents/guardians and students of Divine Mercy Catholic Academy with the procedures and regulations of the school. The handbook contains details on arrival/dismissal, crisis management, discipline, dress code, fundraising, grades, honor roll, homework, and more. Click Here to download the handbook
History of Divine Mercy Catholic Academy
Divine Mercy Catholic Academy was incorporated July 1, 2007. It was formed as a result of the merger of Nativity Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Schools. In September 2006 the above schools were merged as Nativity/St. Stanislaus School with two campuses. Elementary grades, Nursery to Grade 5, were housed in the Nativity building with Sister Marguerite Torre as principal, and St. Stanislaus became the middle school for Grades 6 to 8 with Sister Francis Marie Wystepek...

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