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Holy Cross High School is conveniently located on 29th Avenue and 170th Street just off Francis Lewis Boulevard, and easily accessible by public transportation.
Students traveling to Holy Cross from the downtown Flushing subway station area (IRT #7 Train – Main Street Station) may take either Q16 bus to the school. Many different buses may be taken to downtown Flushing in order to transfer to a Q16 bus. These include the Q15, Q20A, Q20B, Q26, Q27, Q44, Q48, Q58, Q65, and Q66.
Students may take the Q28 from downtown Flushing as far as Francis Lewis Blvd. and 32nd Avenue. This is about three blocks from the school.
The Q76 begins at the 165th Street Terminal in Jamaica, goes east along Hillside Avenue and then north on Francis Lewis Blvd. to within one block of Holy Cross. A number of buses bring students to the corner of Hillside Avenue and Francis Lewis Blvd. These include the Q43, Q36, Q1, Q2, Q3, Q17, Q75, and the Q77. The N1, N2, N3, N6, N22, N22A, N24, and N26 also make
connections here. The Q76 connects with the Q46, Q75, Q88, Q27, Q12, Q13, N20, and N21 as it travels north on Francis Lewis Blvd to Holy Cross High School.
The Q31, which originates in Jamaica, also stops across the street from the school on Francis Lewis Blvd.
Students commuting from Nassau Country are advised to contact their school district to make arrangements for transportation; most districts provide busing to Holy Cross if the commute is under 20 miles.
Holy Cross is proud to partner with Safe Coach Bus Inc. to provide affordable transportation for our families commuting from Western and Southern Queens.
Transportation to and from Holy Cross High School is available to students living in Ridgewood, Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village, Rego Park, Forest Hills, the Rockaways, Howard Beach, Broad Channel, Ozone Park, and Richmond Hill.
The 2020-2021 cost for our private bus is $700.