• Character Matters.

List of 2 news stories.

  • Reporting from the Front Row

    Mr. Dan Shulman ’14 discovered his knack for communications on Baker Street. Now he works for one of New England’s most beloved teams.
  • Lights, Camera, (Ninja) Action

    Matthew Freitas '19 was a two-time Paralympic All-Scholastic on the CM lacrosse team. Now, the alumnus is taking on Season 12 of American Ninja Warrior. Read our latest Alumni Spotlight Interview.

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Upcoming Events

CM Social

List of 3 events.

  • Oct
    21

    Counselor Coffee: City Schools Roundtable

    Mr. O'Keefe sits down with leaders from three schools whose geography have created an opportunity to weave their city into their campus. Parents of juniors and seniors are encouraged to register through the link on your Family Portal resource board.
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  • Oct
    21

    Supplemental College Essay Workshop

    Andrew Halstead, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at Villanova, will lead a workshop showing students how they can distinguish themselves through their college essay. Seniors are encouraged to register through the link on the Family Portal resource board.
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  • Oct
    28

    Counselor Coffee: UMass Roundtable

    Mr. O'Keefe sits down with leaders from UMass Amherst and UMass Lowell to discuss the variety of programs at each school and key details of the application process.
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List of 3 news stories.

  • Reporting from the Front Row

    Mr. Dan Shulman ’14 discovered his knack for communications on Baker Street. Now he works for one of New England’s most beloved teams.
    Read More
  • Lights, Camera, (Ninja) Action

    Matthew Freitas '19 was a two-time Paralympic All-Scholastic on the CM lacrosse team. Now, the alumnus is taking on Season 12 of American Ninja Warrior. Read our latest Alumni Spotlight Interview.
    Read More
  • Telling History's Full Story

    Mr. Steve Goode's upper-level African American history class transforms the way CM students think about African American history in the context of American and global history.
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CM Magazine

Read about our seamless transition to online learning, alumnus Paul Hawkins' design of a world-class arena, and the role creativity plays in the minds of our students every day on Baker Street.











Why CM?

When you ask a student what he likes about CM, it’s very likely he’ll respond with “the brotherhood.” For many, the feeling of camaraderie starts by experiencing the CM community for himself. When he visits, he’ll be paired with a CM student with similar academic and extracurricular interests. He’ll have a first-hand look at CM’s dynamic curriculum, outstanding faculty, and close-knit community.  



Dynamic Faculty

The CM faculty knows how to educate boys. They are experts in their content and masterfully reach, motivate, and connect with boys. The rapport between students and teachers leads to academic achievement. The mentorship that students receive from the faculty helps them develop into young men with strong character. 



Men of Character

CM prepares students for the rigors of college. But the preparation doesn’t end there. CM’s service-learning program, leadership development, and character formation programs inspire boys to become confident, courageous young men who are motivated to do good in the world. 



Storied Program

Our teams compete in the Catholic Conference, the most competitive conference in Massachusetts. CM’s history of outstanding coaching has created highly successful programs. For more than 60 years, CM has produced scholar-athletes who are prepared to compete at the collegiate level. In the last five years, CM has enhanced its athletic facilities to offer athletes a comprehensive strength, conditioning, nutrition, and wellness program. 



Lasting Bonds of Brotherhood

The bonds formed on Baker Street last a lifetime. The friendships that start in the classroom or on the field will last beyond graduation into adulthood. Boys aren’t a CM Knight for only 4 or 6 years; they’re a knight for life. The alumni are proud supporters of CM’s mission and are an active part of the school community. CM alumni have access to an impressive network of accomplished professionals.  



Spring Gala

Join Catholic Memorial, fellow Knights, parents, community ambassadors, influencers, and business leaders for the CM Spring Gala: A Knight to Remember at Dedham’s legendary venue, Moseley’s on the Charles.

The Gala proceeds will benefit every CM student's experience in the classroom, on the field, on stage, and off campus.










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Changing the Landscape of Education


In June 2019, CM broke ground on the Yawkey Center for Integrated and Applied Learning - and that project is just about at full fruition. This $9.7 million project will add 17,000 square feet of studio learning space. When the Yawkey Center opens this fallCM will have invested $15 million into the campus to enhance learning, athletic, and communal spaces over the last six years. 












About Us

Catholic Memorial, the Christian Brothers School of Boston, prepares boys for college, manhood and a world full of unknown challenges, ambiguity and complex problems and the importance of relationships.

CATHOLIC MEMORIAL SCHOOL

235 Baker Street
West Roxbury, Massachusetts 02132
Phone: 617-469-8000
Fax: 617-977-5689