Our School

For over fifty years Queen of Heaven School has provided an outstanding Catholic education to students from West Seneca and the surrounding areas. Students at Queen of Heaven are nurtured in their faith and guided to live their lives based upon Christian values and service to others. Our school is noted for a strong academic program that prepares graduates for the challenges of high school and beyond. Our alumni have distinguished themselves in every area of endeavor and as leaders in the larger community.

At Queen of Heaven School we proclaim five Core Values. Our students are:

  • Grounded in faith
  • Partnered with family
  • Empowered to achieve
  • Called to serve, and
  • Inspired to succeed

We invite you to visit our website to learn how our school lives out its mission each day and to explore all the opportunities a Queen of Heaven education has to offer.

Our school has its own web site at www.qofhschool.org
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Special Message

Bishop Richard J. Malone has granted dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation (weekend of Nov. 22-23) for Catholics living in communities hit by this weeks unprecedented snowfall. "It will be up to the local pastor to decide whether or not to celebrate weekend Masses in those parishes," Bishop Malone said.

Fr. Tom Quinlivan (pastor), in conjunction with parish leadership, has decided to cancel Masses and programs this weekend, including the Adoration Chapel.

The Adoration Chapel will open Monday, November 24th at 8am.

Please be assured of our thoughts and prayers.

Fr. Tom Quinlivan
Pastor, Queen of Heaven Parish

Bishop Malone's statement follows:

"It will be up to the local pastor to decide whether or not to celebrate weekend Masses in those parishes," Bishop Malone said. "It is my advice that parishioners living in snowbound areas use their best judgment when it comes to attending Mass. Their safety and well-being is a priority, and they need to comply with local travel advisories.

We pray for those who lost their lives during the storm, and offer our gratitude to highway crews, first responders and neighbors helping neighbors, whose tireless efforts have demonstrated the resilient spirit of Western New Yorkers," Bishop Malone said. "Through Catholic Charities, Catholic Health and other Catholic institutions, the Catholic Church will continue to play an important role in serving those in need as recovery efforts continue."