At Xaverian, students enjoy a college-preparatory curriculum that is presented by teachers of the highest caliber. After graduation, Xaverian graduates are prepared to thrive in college and beyond, earning admission to some of the best universities in the country, and gaining employment at some of the top companies in the world. 

 

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  • Graduation Requirements

    To be eligible for a diploma from Xaverian Brothers High School, a student must complete the following course of studies prescribed by the Board of Trustees:
     
    English - 4 years
    Mathematics - 4 years  
    Theology - 4 years
    Science - 3 years (1 each in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology)
    Social Studies - 3 years (Grades 9, 10, 11)
    World Languages - 2 years in French or Spanish (3 years strongly recommended)
    Physical Education - 2 semesters (One semester per year in Grades 9 and 10)  
    Computer Science - Introduction to Programming - .5 credit (1 semester course for all students in Grade 9)
    Fine Arts - .5 credit (1 semester course)  
    Campus Ministry - Freshman Day of Awareness, Sophomore Faith Experience

    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)
     
  • Xaverian grads are accepted to...

    100% of last year's graduating class who applied to 4-year colleges were accepted. Recent college acceptances include:

    American UniversityNorthwestern University
    Amherst CollegePennsylvania State University
    Babson College Providence College
    Bates CollegeQuinnipiac University
    Bentley UniversityRensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Berklee College of MusicStonehill College
    Boston CollegeSyracuse University
    Boston UniversityThe Citadel
    Bowdoin CollegeThe George Washington University
    Brandeis UniversityThe Ohio State University
    Brown UniversityTrinity College
    Carnegie Mellon UniversityTufts University
    Clemson UniversityUnion College
    Colgate UniversityUnited States Air Force Academy
    College of the Holy CrossUnited States Military Academy at West Point
    Cornell UniversityUniversity of California, Los Angeles
    Dartmouth CollegeUniversity of Michigan
    Duke UniversityUniversity of Notre Dame
    Fairfield UniversityUniversity of Virginia
    Fordham UniversityVanderbilt University
    Georgetown UniversityVillanova University
    Harvard UniversityVirginia Tech
    Howard UniversityWake Forest University
    James Madison UniversityWesleyan University
    Johns Hopkins UniversityWilliams College
    New York Univerity Worcester Polytechnic University
    Northeastern UniversityYale University
  • Xaverian grads work for...

    Apple, Amazon, Google, The New York Times, Ropes & Gray, Fidelity, General Electric, IBM, Adidas, Boeing, Dana Farber, DreamWorks, Goldman Sachs, ESPN, NASA, the U.S. State Department, a variety of professional athletic franchises, including the NHL, MLB, NFL, and NBA, and right here at Xaverian.
  • Valedictorians

    1967 - Richard Czaja
    1968 - Michael Cook
    1969 - Robert Capuano
    1970 - John Daly
    1971 - Peter DiCamillo
    1972 - Mark Czaja
    1973 - Jeffrey Jones
    1974 - Paul Dolan
    1975 - Joseph Kulik
    1976 - William Canavan
    1977 - Christopher Marzilli
    1978 - Stephen Downing
    1979 - Chester Pawlowski
    1980 - John Munzenrider
    1981 - Matthew Garrity
    1982 - Michael Vogel
    1983 - John Sullivan, III
    1984 - John Hargedon
    1985 - Joseph Nedder
    1986 - Stephen Traub
    1987 - Victor Tulli
    1988 - Peter Wong
    1989 - Christopher Mulchay
    1990 - Colin Mulcahy
    1991 - Thomas Gavin
    1992 - Christopher Lenox
    1993 - Matthew Cross, Jean Raphael
    1994 - Timothy Gavin
    1995 - David D'Aprile
    1996 - Thomas Sullivan, Thomas O'Donnell
    1997 - Christian Roulleau
    1998 - Michael Cincotti
    1999 - James Thatcher
    2000 - John Cooney
    2001 - Stephen Juraschek
    2002 - Peter Quaranto
    2003 - Daniel Jones
    2004 - Allen Pope
    2005 - Chris Gibson
    2006 - Peter Breen
    2007 - Mark Amirault
    2008 - Christopher Cutler
    2009 - John Fisher
    2010 - John Bireley
    2011 - Brandon Sepe
    2012 - Sean Tenaglia
    2013 - Geoffrey Martello
    2014 - Nicholas Mecsas-Faxon
    2015 - Brian Marinelli
    2016 - Peter Moynihan
    2017 - Hariharan Shanmugam
    2018 - Michael Fitzgibbons
    2019 - Connor Roukey
    2020 - Benjamin Karasko
  • Salutatorians

    1967 - Peter Gerritson
    1968 - Lawrence Shea
    1969 - Frederick London
    1970 - Steven Connors
    1971 - Stephen Menno
    1972 - Shaun Coughlin
    1973 - David Powers
    1974 - James DeRosa
    1975 - Niall O'Toole
    1976 - Charles Malacaria
    1977 - Michael MacVeigh
    1978 - Michael Kennedy, Jr.
    1979 - John Pilch
    1980 - Perry M. DiMascio
    1981 - Paul Schoenfeld
    1982 - Sean O'Leary
    1983 - Robert Lyons
    1984 - Edward Weiss
    1985 - Sean Boulger
    1986 - David Bruno
    1987 - Patrick Flynn
    1988 - Neal Patel
    1989 - Mark Jalkut
    1990 - Christopher Roberts
    1991 - Michael O'Connell
    1992 - Terrence O'Donnell
    1994 - Matthew Conte
    1995 - Gregory Kavanaugh
    1997 - Brendan Gavin
    1998 - Matthew Fucci
    1999 - Leavitt Pope
    2000 - Justin Cidado
    2001 - Evan King
    2002 - Andrew Nocon
    2003 - Richard Cedrone
    2004 - Benjamin Pope
    2005 - Timothy Hermann
    2006 - Robert Brennan
    2007 - Michael Kessler
    2008 - Justin Thomas
    2009 - Nicholas O'Neil
    2010 - Mark Herman
    2011 - Jonathan Juliano
    2012 - Naman Agarwal
    2013 - Timothy Bosse
    2014 - Simon Howe

    2015 - Ryan Plunkett
    2016 - Kerim Saraoglu
    2017 - Jackson Kelley
    2018 - Armaan Dhillon
    2019 - Mark Pioch
    2020 - Kevin O'Brien
"Choosing Xaverian was the best decision I ever made. It not only helped me get into the college of my dreams but provided me with so much more. I feel both incredibly lucky and blessed to call myself a proud graduate."

- Ryan Plunkett '15
Harvard University ’19
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.