It gives us great pleasure to serve the Xaverian alumni community in several ways, from welcoming alumni back to Xaverian with a variety of special events, assisting individual classes with their reunions, or providing alumni updates in the Xaverian magazine, the Alumni E-news, or on this website!
Xaverian Brothers High School is proud to bring our alumni a place on the web that they can call their own. Alumni truly define our alma mater and serve as its strongest legacy. Each alumnus is important to us as you hold a vital part of the Xaverian story within your experience here.

This area of the web site is designed to keep our alumni informed of special events, activities, and programs while allowing you to discover ways in which you can network with fellow alumni.

Be sure to stay in touch and take advantage of the many events available to alumni these days. Whether it’s attending reunions, our Hawks in College event, the annual Golf Classic, or joining us at the gala, there are a variety of options from which to choose.

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    Mr. James Scholl 

    Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement



Xaverian’s alumni chapters draw on the networking capability of our more than 10,000 Hawk alumni throughout the world!

The alumni listed below look forward to connecting with you, whether you are new to the area or looking for networking opportunities. Many of our alumni chapters already have LinkedIn pages created too, all there for you - our alumni - to connect with fellow Hawks!

If you're interested in joining one of our alumni chapters or starting your own, please contact Jim Scholl '03, Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement at jscholl@xbhs.com or by calling 781-326-6392. 

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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.