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Ministries/Events Type: Education - Middle & High Schools

Fairfield College Preparatory School

Fairfield College Preparatory School is a Jesuit, Catholic School of excellence forming young men of intellectual competence, who possess the conscience to make wise decisions, a compassion for others, and a commitment to justice in our global society.

Cheverus High School

The mission of Cheverus High School, an inclusive Jesuit Catholic college preparatory school, is to prepare young men and women to be people for others by fostering intellectual, spiritual, physical and personal excellence.

Canisius High School

Canisius High School is a Catholic, Jesuit, college-preparatory school in Buffalo, New York founded in 1870 for boys in grades 9 through 12.

Boston College High School

As a world-class, independent Jesuit preparatory school serving grades 7 through 12, BC High has formed leaders across every field- and every walk of life- for more than 150 years.

Scranton Preparatory School

Scranton Prep was founded as an all-boys school in 1944. It became co-educational in 1971 when a fire destroyed Marywood Seminary, a local girls’ school.

Loyola Blakefield

Loyola Blakefield, grades six through twelve, was established in 1852 at the same time as Loyola College (now University). Since 1933, the school has been on its present campus north of Baltimore.

Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School

St. Joseph’s Prep, founded in 1851, offers a college prep education for approximately 900 boys and is the site of the Victorian-era Church of Gesu.

Gonzaga College High School

Gonzaga College High School was founded as the Washington Seminary in 1821 and received its charter from Congress in 1858. This all-boys’ school is located near Capitol Hill.

Georgetown Preparatory School

Founded in 1789 by Archbishop John Carroll, Georgetown Prep is the oldest Catholic school for boys in the U.S. and is the country’s only Jesuit boarding school.