At Catholic Memorial, we specialize in educating boys. With a 615-strong student body, our size allows for students to develop strong relationships with faculty and coaches; these bonds are instrumental to their success.
While CM’s innovative curriculum teaches students to develop the academic habits and skills they need to thrive on a college campus, the nature of our education extends beyond a boy’s mind. Our focus developing and cultivating character happens through athletics, arts, extracurricular activities, and campus ministry.
For every boy, there is a path. Our diverse curriculum and range of opportunities both inside and beyond the classroom insures that all of our students will be able to explore their passions and find new exciting challenges. Our many programs encourage each boy to develop his unique gifts and talents.
CM’s innovative curriculum helps students develop the habits and skills they need to thrive on a college campus. However, the education extends beyond a boy’s mind. We also build character through athletics, arts, activities, and campus ministry.
It’s different here, and that difference is what makes us great.
Meet the Admissions Staff
One of CM’s hallmarks is that each boy is known by name. This philosophy leads each boy to feel a sense of belonging on CM’s campus. We extend this philosophy to applicants. The Admissions staff is accessible and available to advise parents and students on both the logistics of the application and the opportunities CM offers your son.
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Director of Admissions, Head of Middle School, Assistant Head of School
CM prepares students for the rigors of college and beyond. While here, boys embark on service-learning opportunities, leadership development, and character formation programs inspiring them to become confident, courageous young men motivated to do good in the world.
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.