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About the School
Catholic Memorial prepares its graduates for a world that promises fast-paced change and complex challenges. We teach our students to appreciate difference, think critically and creatively, ask important questions, and communicate with clarity. We understand that boys learn and grow when their experiences are rooted in strong relationships. Students who build durable connections serve their communities with empathy and compassion. At CM, we strive to prepare boys to engage fully and meaningfully in each of their communities. As a school that understands boys, we engage in hands-on learning, solve real world problems, promote moral conviction, and imbue them with the confidence to live authentic lives.
Tuition and Financial Aid
The Catholic Memorial High School charges tuition and offers financial aid. Learn more here.
Before School Program
The Scholars Program was implemented for students achieving academic excellence & then selected through an interview process. It includes many project based/experimental learning opportunities. Some of their required meetings are held prior to school.
Catholic Memorial Television (CMTV) - Students are involved in all aspects of the Catholic Memorial's daily news broadcast (write, produce, direct and provide technical support). They produce documentaries and other short films, create commercials, and gain practical experience behind the camera by filming all school events - academic and extra-curricular.
After School Program
Athletics - Offered in Fall, Winter and Spring
Academic - Teacher and student facilitated Homework Club or individual faculty post office hours for individual or group sessions.
Clubs - 30 opportunities available for students to be involved. Two of the more popular clubs are the award-winning Speech and Debate team which competes locally and nationally and the Model UN program. Model UN allows students to delve into current global issues ranging from the UN Security Council resolutions on Arms reduction to matters of human rights and human trafficking, developing their public speaking and research skills.
Typically - all activities end at 5:00 p.m. unless there is a game or a competition happening.
In the fall and spring, students wear a polo shirt, dress pants, and shoes. In the winter, students wear an Oxford-style shirt and CM tie with dress pants and shoes.
Students may be eligible for services. Reach out to individual schools for specific guidance. Visit Boston School Finder's Special Education and ELL Resource Guides for additional information.