Catholic Memorial’s academic and extracurricular programs are designed to provide boys with a rigorous academic experience, inspirational mentorship, and a robust extracurricular program that fosters character and leadership.
The cost to educate a Catholic Memorial student far exceeds the tuition price charged to families. The difference between the actual cost of a Catholic Memorial education and the tuition is subsidized by gifts and donations to the Annual Fund. At CM, we understand the commitment and sacrifice to offer your son a Catholic education. CM is committed to making our education affordable for our families.
CM also provides additional tuition assistance through academic merit scholarships, financial aid, and endowed scholarships. During the admissions process, each applicant is considered for a merit scholarship. Families may apply for financial aid each year by completing the Smart Aid application. Catholic Memorial uses Smart Aid to compile and verify family information. For instructions on how to complete your application through Smart Aid, click here.
A CM education is one-of-a-kind, but as a school we remain committed to being accessible for families in the Greater Boston area.
The endowed scholarships are funded through the generous donations of the CM community, including alumni, parents, faculty, and friends.Applicants must meet the scholarship’s criteria and demonstrate a financial need.
Financial awards are granted on February 15, 2021 for new grade 9 students;March 1, 2021for new middle school students;and March 24, 2021 for returning students. Families will be notified by letter or email.
Please contact the financial aid office with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.