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The mission of Xaverian Brothers Sponsored Schools flows directly from the mission of the Congregation of Xaverian Brothers which is: To serve the Church in its work in its work in evangelization, particularly through the Church's ministry of Education.

— Constitutions of the Brothers of Saint Francis Xavier

Xaverian Welcomes Historic, Co-Ed Class of 2020 for Orientation Day

March 19, 2016

On March 19th, Xaverian welcomed the members of the historic, co-ed class of 2020 as they gathered for…

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Hunger Banquet

April 8, 2016

In an exercise designed to teach the students about hunger and homelessness on a global scale, students divide…

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Student Selected to Present at the National Institutes of Health

April 4, 2016

Over the past summer, Chloe LaRochelle '16 interned at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence, a Post-Traumatic Stress…

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The dates of the XBSS Retreat Reunion are July 29-31, 2016. The retreat will be held at Stonehill College in Easton, MA which is about 30 miles south of Boston.

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Lowell Catholic students WARM hearts during April break

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Congratulations to Phil Booth, 2014 Mount St. Joseph grad and leading scorer in Villanova's victory over UNC! #NCAAChampionship #Villanova

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St. John’s Shrewsbury Global Encounter

Students and teachers were asked about how Saint John’s Global Encounter experiences have impacted their lives.

I wanted to go to a school where people live their faith. I believe that spiritual values of the Xaverian Charism - humility, simplicity, compassion, trust, zeal - define how god would want me to live my life. At my school, these values are lived every day, and reflected in how we care about one another.
— Christopher DeNapoli, Malden Catholic High School Class of 2010
It’s gratifying to see that the Xaverian Charism continues to inspire such a wide variety of people, and that our network continues to grow and to grow stronger. We are all committed to both the Xaverian vision, and to helping each school to thrive and fulfill its ambitions, its greatest dreams.
— Brother Daniel Skala, Headmaster, Xaverian Brothers High School