To carry out our ambitious mission of educating young men for the modern world, we rely on gifts from our generous alumni, parents, and other benefactors. See our ongoing priorities below:
Center for Integrated and Applied Learning
A modern education requires modern classrooms. That's why we have broken ground on the most ambitious capital improvement project in our history — to remake our administrative wing into a dynamic, studio-driven center that prioritizes the needs of boys today.
The support of our generous donors allows us to take such an innovative approach. We're excited that this project will allow us to keep blazing a trail of modern education.
We hope you can join us on that journey. Click here to learn more about the vision for this center, set to open in the fall of 2020.
On this national day of giving, we call upon our community to support our students and serve as role models for future generations of Knights.
Afternoon of Exceptional Oratory
CM’s speech and debate team is nationally recognized and regularly travels to the most competitive tournaments. At the AEO, we showcase our team with a full day of performances and raise funds to support the program.
Join us in April for our Spring Gala. Enjoy dinner and dancing as well as silent and live auctions. CM will present its annual Vince in Bono Malum Award and the newly created Blessed Edmund Rice Lifetime Achievement Award.
It's not just parents that deserve recognition in shaping young CM Knights — it's grandparents, too! Each spring, we invite grandparents onto campus to see our middle school students in action.
Each year we celebrate the feast day of the founder of the Christian Brothers, Blessed Br. Edmund Rice. This is the day when we support his and our current Christian Brothers' mission "to do and to teach."
CM alumni return to Baker Street to reunite with their fellow brothers. This coming spring, we welcome back the Class of 1970 for their own 50th Reunion. This year's All-Class Reunion will include special recognition for classes in years ending in 0's and 5's.
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.