Our Catholic schools offer an education that weaves together academic excellence and Catholic faith formation to ensure life long learning and the development of responsible and compassionate citizens. The ability of each of our students to achieve her/his personal best begins with high quality teachers and strong leaders. Our schools are accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and they work within the Massachusetts state curriculum frameworks, which establish research-based benchmarks for students at every grade level and across all disciplines.
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston (RCAB)
2010 Catholic Schools Performance Data Overview
College Matriculation Rate
Over 96% of RCAB graduates go on to attend college (93% of whom pursue 4-year degrees).
2010 Standardized Aptitude Test (SAT)
RCAB Total Average Score = 1612
RCAB students score 103 points higher than the national average (1509).
RCAB students score 76 points higher than the Massachusetts Public Schools average (1536).
Advanced Placement (AP) Classes
In 2010, RCAB secondary schools offered over 275 AP courses—just over nine courses per school. Our students on average scored over a 3 (out of 5) on both the English and AB Calculus examinations.
2010 Stanford 10
In 2010, RCAB elementary students in every grade scored higher than the national average on the Stanford 10.