Girls School in Asbury Provides Great Opportunity
Did you know about this wonderful school? Here's an event you can attend to learn more, featuring a special guest.
Sisters Academy of NJ is an independent middle school for girls, grades five to eight, that helps empower young women to break out of their community's cycle of poverty to go on to fulfill their new vision of themselves and their futures.
This school was started in 1997 by Mercy Center in Asbury Park to provide the chronically-underserved population of Monmouth County with vital social and educational services. Mercy Center is a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americans, Mid-Atlantic Community.
On Friday, October 7th, Mercy Center's Sisters Academy of NJ will hold its third annual Circle of Mercy Breakfast, and you're invited, along with students, faculty, volunteers, parents, and alumnae. It takes place in the Sisters Academy gymnasium at 1416 Springwood Ave. in Asbury Park.
The one-hour program will begin at 8:30 am and admission is free. It will provide the opportunity for guests to learn about Sisters Academy and how to support the transformative work of the school
The highlight of the program will be remarks by Toni Yates, NJ Reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News.
This event is one of the Academy's signature fundraisers. Sister's Academy is dedicated to providing their students with an education of excellence that empowers them to fulfill their vision of their future. Support from the community is essential to that mission.
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