Our Buildings Have History!
Located in the Town of Tonawanda, on the corner of Kenmore Avenue and Vulcan Street, our Elementary School stands on the property that was previously home to the Curtiss-Wright Tonawanda Plant, a huge manufacturing facility that produced some of the world's finest aircraft during WWII. When the site was chosen as the home of CSAT at the turn of a new century, the school's founders located a Curtiss-Wright logo - a circular crest adorned with wings in flight - and immediately embraced it as a metaphor for the school's vision of giving youths the tools they need to realize a better future, to fly.
In 2013, Holy Angels Academy, a private all-girls Catholic School located in North Buffalo, decided to shut its doors after 152 years of service. With hopes of keeping the beautifully-maintained building in the educational family, CSAT gained the rights to lease and open its expanded Middle School at the site in August 2014. The campus, located at 24 Shoshone Street on the corner of Hertel, features a state-of-the-art gymnasium, auditorium and beautiful grounds which serve over 500 of our 6-8th graders.