SSL Certificate

  • 17 labs for hands-on learning
  • 60+ clubs and organizations
  • 1:1 student iPad program
  • $5 million in tuition assistance

News & Events

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Reunion Weekend Highlights
Class of 2018 commences an important new stage as graduation ceremony hits high notes of hope, growth and gratitude
Pat Connaughton's With Us Foundation will run a four-day basketball camp at St. John's Prep from June 25 to 28 for girls and boys, grades 3 through 9.
St. John's young entrepreneurs soared at the Babson Boston Cup, and they all have a product you'll simply loveā€”just ask 'em
Brown University professor visits for dedication of the Brother Sullivan, C.F.X. Terrace

GOOD to GO Blog!

Check out the Good to Go blog! It's packed with insights into the Prep experience and learning to be and do your best.

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See GOOD in action. 

Come for a shadow day! Experience our classes. Meet our teachers and students. See what it means to be an Eagle!

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Do a Good Turn Daily.

Campus Ministry helps boys share their good with others and grow in faith. We call it servant leadership

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Lesson #1? Question Everything.

Academics at the Prep challenge students to go for the deeper understanding, in classes and beyond.

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Jean-Baptiste

High School

"My teachers are a major source of inspiration to me. Their love for education radiates everywhere. I’ve become confident here, ready for the challenges to come."

-Jean-Baptiste

Michael

Middle School

"Anyone can do or be anything without judgement here. That made my transition to the Prep so welcoming. I love this community."

-Michael

Rachel Fondell

English and Social Studies Teacher

"It's so rewarding to be a part of a community that encourages students to explore, reach beyond their comfort zones, and discover new passions. The possibilities are endless at St. John’s."

-Rachel Fondell

Estarlyn

High School

"Community service runs deep here. It's about challenging ourselves to build a better world more focused on unity, trust, and love. Not hate and injustice."

-Estarlyn

Jared Rodriguez

Social Studies Teacher

"There's a culture here that appreciates different experiences and different opinions. It comes from the Xaverian values. We live our mission. We walk the walk."

-Jared Rodriquez

Jared

High School

"Since my first day freshman year, I've felt so included. I have friends who are seniors and sophomores. Everyone bonds here so quickly. It's special. I feel like I'm friends with everyone."

-Jared

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