Admissions

Admissions Information

Welcome to Cardinal Hayes High School Admissions 

We seek to inspire students to strive for personal excellence and responsible citizenship rooted within a Catholic framework. We work to accomplish this goal through our rigorous college preparatory program, discipline, and spiritual growth. This is all complemented by our well-developed extracurricular programs. We seek to accept students who have the potential to excel within the Hayes community. If you are ready to be a Hayesman we encourage you to apply. 

Eighth-grade students looking to apply to Cardinal Hayes must take the TACHS Exam. You can register for the TACHS Exam at Tachsinfo.com. This Exam is coordinated by the Archdiocese of New York and is available for all eighth-grade students in the Catholic, Private, or Public school sectors. 

Cardinal Hayes High School TACHS CODE: 112 

After the registration for the TACHS Exam is complete, students must then send a completed Applicant Record with their seventh and eighth-grade marks to Cardinal Hayes High School. If you attend a Catholic grammar school, your teacher should submit this form online. If you attend a public or private grammar school, please email a 
copy of your completed Applicant record to Admssions@cardinalhayes.org

Once we have received both the results of the TACHS exam and a completed Applicant record, each student is then evaluated by the Admissions Department for his ability to be successful within one of our five academic programs. 

Mr. Shawn Antoine II, Director of Admissions 
Mr. Jaiden Johnson, Director of Enrollment 
Phone: 718-292-6100 ext. 192


Upcoming Events

Cardinal Hayes High School 2021 Open House Dates 
  • Saturday, October 23 - 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
  • Wednesday, October 27 - 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
The Mission of Cardinal Hayes High School, a community based in Roman Catholic values, is to inspire diverse young men of the New York City metropolitan area to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens. We will accomplish this goal by encouraging students' spiritual and intellectual growth through a rigorous college preparatory program of academics, extra-curricular activities, and personal discipline.