Teaching here requires a little more. Every member of our staff has an advanced academic pedigree and a sophisticated understanding of teaching in today’s world. 90% of our faculty have earned advanced degrees, including several doctorates.
But teaching here requires even more than that. It requires a specific understanding of how to teach boys during the most important years of their development. It requires a passion that inspires, and a commitment that extends well beyond the classroom. Our philosophy of relational learning is centered around the connection between teacher and student. So teachers here matter more. And we’re blessed to have a faculty we believe is the best in Greater Boston.
“Students at CM appreciate knowing that I am more than just a teacher. In class, I allow for occasional moments of conversation about life. This way they have a model of another adult doing his best to be a husband, father, coach, and man of faith.”
Chair, Department of African and Afro-American Studies, Brandeis University
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.