Enhancements to our campus have ensured that all students are supplied with the most modern and cutting-edge facilities, preparing them to be successful both inside and outside of the classroom.
With the support of alumni, parents, the Board of Trustees, and our own faculty and staff, we continue to propel Xaverian forward, ensuring the caliber of our facilities matches the caliber of our teachers and students.
In September of 2020, the X-Ploration Center opened, offering students and faculty across all disciplines and interests the opportunity to experience hands-on learning, from woodworking to 3D printing to video design.
A 32,500 square-foot facility, featuring a three-court gymnasium, an expansive lobby and pre-event space, locker and training room facilities, staff and athletic department offices, and a multi-purpose room.
The renovated Ruth Kennedy Xaverian Library (summer 2017) is a modern day learning commons where both quiet study and collaboration are encouraged, and exploration and research are aided by digital resources. Four rooms are set apart for collaborative learning, while individual study carrels and seating areas remain for independent study.
The Office of Community, Culture, and Equity was opened in September 2021 as a space for students to gather comfortably and meet with the Director of Community, Culture, and Equity about issues relating to their experience at Xaverian.
A landscaped pedestrian plaza between the football field and the lobby of the Wellness Center allows students, parents, alumni, and all guests attending events to gather and transition from the indoor to the outdoor space without competing with vehicular traffic.
An additional access road to the east of the athletic stadium brings vehicular traffic to parking lots in the rear of the property, which were expanded to accommodate parking needs during a regular school day.
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.