To be eligible for a diploma from Xaverian Brothers High School, a student must complete the course of studies prescribed by the Xaverian Brothers High School Board of Trustees.
This course of studies includes the following:

Theology - 4 years
Campus Ministry - Freshman Day of Awareness, Sophomore Faith Experience
Computer Science - Intro to Programming (Semester Course for all students in Grade 9)
English - 4 years
Fine Arts - .5 credit (1 semester course)
Mathematics - 4 years
World Language - 2 years in Chinese, French or Spanish (3 years strongly recommended)
Physical Education - 2 semesters (One semester per year in Grades 9 and 10)
Science 3 years--1 each in Biology, Chemistry and Physics
Social Studies -- 3 years (Grades 9, 10, 11)

Credit Requirements:

Grade 9 - 7 Credits
Grade 10 - 6.5 Credits
Grade 11 - 6 Credits
Grade 12 - 6 Credits (Seniors electing three or more advanced placement courses may opt to take 5 credits)

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  • Valedictorians

    1967 - Richard Czaja '67
    1968 - Michael Cook '68
    1969 - Robert Capuano '69
    1970 - John Daly '70
    1971 - Peter DiCamillo '71
    1972 - Mark Czaja '72
    1973 - Jeffrey Jones '73
    1974 - Paul Dolan '74
    1975 - Joseph Kulik '75
    1976 - William Canavan '76
    1977 - Christopher Marzilli '77
    1978 - Stephen Downing '78
    1979 - Chester Pawlowski '79
    1980 - John Munzenrider '80
    1981 - Matthew Garrity '81
    1982 - Michael Vogel '82
    1983 - John Sullivan, III '83
    1984 - John Hargedon '84
    1985 - Joseph Nedder '85
    1986 - Stephen Traub '86
    1987 - Victor Tulli '87
    1988 - Peter Wong '88
    1989 - Christopher Mulchay '89
    1990 - Colin Mulcahy '90
    1991 - Thomas Gavin '91
    1992 - Christopher Lenox '92
    1993 - Matthew Cross '93, Jean Raphael '93
    1994 - Timothy Gavin '94
    1995 - David D'Aprile '95
    1996 - Thomas Sullivan '96, Thomas O'Donnell '96
    1997 - Christian Roulleau '97
    1998 - Michael Cincotti '98
    1999 - James Thatcher '99
    2000 - John Cooney '00
    2001 - Stephen Juraschek '01
    2002 - Peter Quaranto '02
    2003 - Daniel Jones '03
    2004 - Allen Pope '04
    2005 - Chris Gibson '05
    2006 - Peter Breen '06
    2007 - Mark Amirault '07
    2008 - Christopher Cutler '08
    2009 - John Fisher '09
    2010 - John Bireley '10
    2011 - Brandon Sepe '11
    2012 - Sean Tenaglia '12
    2013 - Geoffrey Martello '13
    2014 - Nicholas Mecsas-Faxon '14
    2015 - Brian Marinelli '15
    2016 - Peter Moynihan '16
     

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  • Salutatorians

    1967 - Peter Gerritson '67
    1968 - Lawrence Shea '68
    1969 - Frederick London '69
    1970 - Steven Connors '70
    1971 - Stephen Menno '71
    1972 - Shaun Coughlin '72
    1973 - David Powers '73
    1974 - James DeRosa '74
    1975 - Niall O'Toole '75
    1976 - Charles Malacaria '76
    1977 - Michael MacVeigh '77
    1978 - Michael Kennedy, Jr. '78
    1979 - John Pilch '79
    1980 - Perry M. DiMascio '80
    1981 - Paul Schoenfeld '81
    1982 - Sean O'Leary '82
    1983 - Robert Lyons '83
    1984 - Edward Weiss '84
    1985 - Sean Boulger '85
    1986 - David Bruno '86
    1987 - Patrick Flynn '87
    1988 - Neal Patel '88
    1989 - Mark Jalkut '89
    1990 - Christopher Roberts '90
    1991 - Michael O'Connell '91
    1992 - Terrence O'Donnell '92
    1994 - Matthew Conte '94
    1995 - Gregory Kavanaugh '95
    1997 - Brendan Gavin '97
    1998 - Matthew Fucci '98
    1999 - Leavitt Pope '99
    2000 - Justin Cidado '00
    2001 - Evan King '01
    2002 - Andrew Nocon '02
    2003 - Richard Cedrone '03
    2004 - Benjamin Pope '04
    2005 - Timothy Hermann '05
    2006 - Robert Brennan '06
    2007 - Michael Kessler '07
    2008 - Justin Thomas '08
    2009 - Nicholas O'Neil '09
    2010 - Mark Herman '10
    2011 - Jonathan Juliano '11
    2012 - Naman Agarwal '12
    2013 - Timothy Bosse '13
    2014 - Simon Howe '14

    2015 - Ryan Plunkett '15
    2016 - Kerim Saraoglu '16
A private, Catholic, college preparatory day school for boys in grades 7-12. The Boston area prep school offers a rigorous academic curriculum, a well-developed campus ministry program focused on faith, character, and leadership, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division 1 high school athletics in the Catholic Conference.