Transportation & Student Support Services

Busing is Available to Catholic Schools

Free yellow bus transportation is available to and from most homes - including the city of Buffalo.  Yellow bus service is provided by the public school districts.  Details and application information are available at your local Catholic elementary school.  Restrictions apply depending on school district and distance from school.  Find a school
near you.

Public School Services are Available to Students in Catholic Schools

  • Free/Reduced Breakfast and Lunch is available at many schools.
  • Transportation is provided by the public school district in which the student lives.
  • Special Education Services are provided by the public school district in which the school is located.
  • Many schools have AIS Programs.
  • Select schools have free Universal Pre-K Programs.
  • Title I services are available in many schools for students with academic need.
  • Title III services can be arranged for students with Limited English Proficiency.
  • Health and Nursing services are provided by the public school district in which the school is located.
  • Homebound instruction is available from the public school district in which the student lives for students out of school due to long-term physical, mental, or emotional illness or injury.
  • Textbooks are provided for all elementary students and for most high school students.

 



 

 

Transportation & Student Support Services

Busing is Available to Catholic Schools

Free yellow bus transportation is available to and from most homes - including the city of Buffalo.  Yellow bus service is provided by the public school districts.  Details and application information are available at your local Catholic elementary school.  Restrictions apply depending on school district and distance from school.  Find a school
near you.

Public School Services are Available to Students in Catholic Schools

  • Free/Reduced Breakfast and Lunch is available at many schools.
  • Transportation is provided by the public school district in which the student lives.
  • Special Education Services are provided by the public school district in which the school is located.
  • Many schools have AIS Programs.
  • Select schools have free Universal Pre-K Programs.
  • Title I services are available in many schools for students with academic need.
  • Title III services can be arranged for students with Limited English Proficiency.
  • Health and Nursing services are provided by the public school district in which the school is located.
  • Homebound instruction is available from the public school district in which the student lives for students out of school due to long-term physical, mental, or emotional illness or injury.
  • Textbooks are provided for all elementary students and for most high school students.