Chesterton Academy of Buffalo
Mon, 2017-Oct-23 20:46 UTC
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Chesterton Academy of Buffalo is a private, co-educational, Catholic secondary school in West Seneca, New York. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, New York.
Launched in the fall of 2014 by Michael P. McKeating, the school is modeled on the original Chesterton Academy in Edina, Minnesota and is centered on G.K. Chesterton’s ideas of integrated learning.
Beginning in the 2015–16 school year, Chesterton Academy moved from its former location into the premises of Fourteen Holy Helpers R.C. Church in West Seneca.
The school has seen several notable alumni in its short history. The 6-person class of 2016 was composed of 3 such individuals; Joseph "Devoe" Davoli, Ryan Courtney, and Matthew Gojevik.
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