Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy is less than a mile south of St. Cecilia's.
This blog includes an older post from 2012, which I hesitate to delete: Divine Mercy triple merger. Also, there is this post from 2009, St. Nicholas.
The cornerstone of this five-story school on Monitor Street, corner Richardson, bears the date 1906. Brother Albert Matthew, who began his teaching career here about 1928, related how the classrooms used gas lamps at that late date.
It is now the summer of 2016 and the above work has been done. Several buildings have been turned into rental apartments. The largest building, of course, is the former school (above) on Monitor Street. The second largest building is the former convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph, also on Monitor Street. Adjacent to the school, but on Richardson Street is a building that may have been used by a school employee and family. At 2 North Henry Street, but now using a Richardson Street number on the conversion permits, is the former house of the De La Salle Christian Brothers, which has been turned into either two or four apartments. The grand total is a large number of apartments in renovated parish structures, which were rented on a 49-year lease to the developers, that is, not sold by St. Cecilia's parish.