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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the Admissions Policy for Archdiocese of Boston Catholic Schools?

Link to the Boston Catholic Schools Admission Policy

What is the Bullying Prevention Policy for Archdiocese of Boston Catholic Schools?

The Archdiocese of Boston believes that each Catholic school, in fulfilling its role within the educational mission of the Church, must share and live out, through Catholic Christian tradition, the message of Jesus Christ and be committed to providing an integrated Catholic educational environment that permeates all aspects of its daily life and operations.

It is essential that a safe, positive and productive educational environment be established where students can achieve the highest academic standards and where no student shall be subjected to Bullying, Cyber-Bullying or Retaliation. Pastors, principals, faculty, Staff and volunteers are expected to demand that all students behave appropriately and treat others with civility and respect.

Seán Cardinal O’Malley has established a Bullying Prevention Policy that is applicable to all Catholic Parish Schools and all other Catholic schools over which the Archbishop has authority to appoint trustees, directors, governors or officers. The full policy is available at the following link to the Boston Catholic Schools Bullying Prevention Policy.

How do I find a Catholic school for my child?

You can research schools in your area by using our School Directory, use the Google Map below, or, if you require additional information, you can call the Catholic Schools Office at 617-254-0100. Each school is responsible for its own admissions and enrollment processes.

Where can I find a list of high school open houses that take place during Fall 2013?

Please look at this pdf for a current list of Catholic high school open houses.

How do I apply to be a teacher?

Each school hires its own faculty/staff and resumes and inquiries can be submitted to schools that have open positions. Vacancies can be found at the Job Openings page, as well as in newspapers or online. To assist with your search, please review the list of schools in the School Directory.

How do I apply to be a principal, president or headmaster?

Each school hires its own principal or headmaster/president. Resumes and inquiries can be submitted to schools that have open positions - The Catholic Schools Office does not accept resumes for these positions.

The Catholic Schools Office however does maintain a database of names of potential candidates. If you want to be included, please call the Catholic Schools Office at 617-254-0100.

Please look for vacancies at the Job Openings link of this web site, as well as in newspapers or online. To assist with your search, please review the lists of schools in the School Directory.

How can I receive a copy of my high school transcripts?

To receive a copy of a transcript, please contact the main office of your school.

Please refer to our School Directory for contact infromation.

For contact information regarding schools that have closed, please contact the Catholic Schools Office at 617-254-0100.

For transcripts located at the Catholic Schools Office, please print, fill out and send the Transcript Request Form below with $20 cash or check to:

Catholic Schools Office
66 Brooks Drive
Braintree, MA 02184

Transcript Request Form

I need the “Non-Public School Service Form” completed for my retirement.

If you worked in a Catholic school prior to 1980, please send the form to the Catholic Schools Office. We will verify the information and return the form to you. We have information on the location of school records and can do this even if the school is closed. The superintendent must sign the form.

If you worked in a Catholic school after 1980, there are no teacher records at the Catholic Schools Office. Most teachers since 1980 did pay into retirement programs besides social security and this information should be available at the school or rectory.

I would like to talk to someone about questions or concerns regarding my child’s school?

Contact your child’s teacher, principal and/or pastor. If you require additional assistance, please call the Catholic Schools Office at 617-254-0100.

 

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