Our schools have a demanding educational culture that helps students from across the academic spectrum reach their God-given potential. Catholic schools provide academic rigor and proven educational outcomes by developing the whole child – mind, heart and soul in faith-filled communities.
Our rigorous curriculum forms students for long-term success by challenging them to explore beyond their comfort level – while providing guidance and support every step of the way. We are committed to the mission of preparing students for college, life, career, and beyond.
On average, Catholic school students at each grade level exceed state and national scores in math, reading, and language.
All of our elementary and high schools are accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Most public elementary and middle schools in Massachusetts are not NEASC-accredited.
We have increased our special education offerings and are working towards a blended learning curriculum that allows for greater instructional differentiation.
Some numbers we are proud of
AP classes offered
Average number of AP classes per high school
students taking AP courses
four-year college attendance
Oh, and these
Of CSA students score a 3 or better on their AP Test. The state average is 60%.
The average SAT score for CSA students. The National average is 1060.
Of CSA High School Graduates are accepted into a 4 year college or university
THE AMOUNT OF MONEY 2017 GRADUATES WERE OFFERED IN SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS