Back to In-Person Learning 2/4

FYI: MCA will be back to in-person learning for grades PK3 – 4th and grades 5-8 cohort A tomorrow, Thursday 2/4. We look forward to seeing you then!

Remote 2/3

After much consideration, it has been decided to remain remote tomorrow, Wednesday February 3.  We feel it is in the best interest of students, faculty, and staff to continue online learning on Wednesday.  Your child’s teacher will reach out to you regarding their schedule.  For grades 5-8, cohort B will have live zoom lessons.

Stay safe!

Remote Day 2/2

FYI: Due to the current snow storm, MCA will remain remote for all grades tomorrow, Tuesday February 2. Your child’s teacher will reach out to you regarding their schedule. Stay safe and warm!! ❄️ 💻 ☃️


Remote Day 2/1

FYI: Due to the upcoming snow storm, MCA will be remote for all grades tomorrow, Monday February 1. Your child’s teacher will reach out to you regarding their schedule. Stay safe and warm!! ❄️ 💻 ☃️

Remote Learning Friday December 18

Please be aware we will stay remote on Friday December 18. 

Grades PK3 through 4th will receive a schedule from their teachers. 

Grades 5-8 Cohort A will be live and will follow a “Thursday Remote Schedule,” which will be posted by their teachers. 

Grades 5-8 Cohort B will have their posted remote work for the day. 


Stay safe

Early Closure


Please be aware due to the impending storm tomorrow, Wednesday December 16, we will have a half day.  School will be in session in-person from 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM to allow time to safely travel home.  There will be no bus service in the afternoon.

Please use caution when traveling and stay safe.

Best of Brooklyn 2021

The people have spoken and named Midwood Catholic Academy Best Catholic School in the Education Section! While this has been a difficult year for many, Brooklyn residents have continued to stand behind their favorite local businesses in the 2021 Best of Brooklyn competition. It was a long, hard-fought battle to the end, but the masses have chosen US! Thank you to all that voted. The Official Dime Best of Brooklyn 2021 Winner’s Guide will be widely distributed across Brooklyn next year. Guides will be available at every Dime location and other high traffic distribution points across the borough, plus results will also be listed online at

Online Christmas Boutique

ATTN ALL SUPPORTERS OF MCA (and Shopping Lovers!):

Last year we participated in the Christmas Penguin Patch Boutique sale, where your children were able to do their “own Christmas shopping” for family and friends. It was a great way to raise extra funds for the school. Unfortunately, this year due to the pandemic, we felt it was best to forgo the in-person sale for the safety of our students. However, the company is offering an online version this year to help bring Christmas cheer. It allows students to shop online by putting items in the cart and then with the help of their family, they can make the purchase. Please take a look with your child if you would like to participate. This is open to anyone that would like to support MCA. Click on the link below to start shopping:




Dr. Thomas Chadzutko, the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for Brooklyn and Queens, has announced that all 69 schools and academies will remain open and continue to provide in-person learning, in spite of the decision made to close New York City public schools indefinitely starting tomorrow.

“I am frustrated that the Mayor’s announcement was made as Catholic schools and academies throughout Brooklyn and Queens were dismissing our students. I want to make it clear to parents, teachers, staff, and students that the Mayor’s announcement only pertains to New York City public schools, and our schools will be open tomorrow. We have worked tirelessly to ensure that our school community remains safe for everyone, and we will continue to ensure strict compliance with all health and safety protocols,” said Dr. Thomas Chadzutko, Superintendent of Catholic Schools ~ Office of Support Services.

Catholic schools in the Diocese in Brooklyn and Queens have provided safe, five days a week in-person learning since beginning this school year, as scheduled, on September 9. The Superintendent, along with the Superintendent of the Archdiocese of New York, has received confirmation from the New York City Department of Education’s Office of Non-Public Schools that they will maintain entitled services for Catholic school students, including school nurses, transportation, and food.

         Catholic Academies and Parish Schools within the Diocese of Brooklyn have successfully operated for more than two months due to the strict adherence to the important “Core Four” actions to prevent COVID-19 transmission, including maintaining physical distance, wearing a face covering, practicing healthy hand hygiene, and staying home if sick. The schools and academies of the Diocese of Brooklyn continue to work with New York State and City Department of Health officials on a regular basis to maintain the safety of all of our students, faculty, and staff.

         For a listing and more information about Catholic Schools in Brooklyn and Queens, please visit