Fun, friends, and leadership after the dismissal bell rings.
Our extracurricular clubs and activities bring added depth to the Xaverian experience. Our student-centered approach to campus life encourages boys to step out, take risks, and grow into the capable, confident leaders they’re called to be.

It’s no wonder our graduates are so prepared. Having been immersed in academic, extracurricular, athletic, and campus ministry opportunities, our young men are not just ready for college; they are ready for life.
Check out all of these opportunities! If you're interested in something that doesn't exist yet, let us know and we'll talk about how to make it happen.
Art Club
Art National Honor Society (Xaverian Chapter #895)
Board and Card Games
Business Club
Chess Club
Chess Team
Chinese National Honor Society
Chorus
Computer Club
Concordian (Xaverian's Literary Magazine)
Cooking Club
Film Making
Flag Football
French National Honor Society
History Club
Improv Club
International Culture Club
Intramural Program
Jazz Band
Liturgical Music Ensemble
Mathematics Club
Mathematics Team
Model UN
National Honor Society (Rocco Zoppo Chapter)
Open Gym / Open Field
Open Science Lab
Orchestra
PolitiX Club
Racquetball Club
Radio Club
Robotics Club
Ryken Global Awareness Committee
Science Club
Ski Club
Spanish National Honor Society (Gustavo Gutierrez Chapter)
Speech and Debate
Sports Journalism Club
Student Council
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Theater Arts Program
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Weight-Training Program
Without X-Ception
X-DRIVE Car Club
X-Men A Capella
XB Communications Corps
Yearbook (Talon)
Young Men 4 Change

List of 2 members.

  • Mr. Michael Nicholson 

    Assistant Principal for Student Life
  • Ms. Julie Horne 

    Administrative Assistant to the Assistant Principal for Student Life
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.