A Catholic education for the modern world

Academic Rigor

A Catholic education for the modern world

Our schools have a demanding educational culture that helps students from across the academic spectrum reach their God-given potential.

All of our elementary, middle 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 are increasing our special education offerings and working towards a blended learning curriculum that allows for greater instructional differentiation.

All of our schools follow learning outcomes that have been established by committees of expert teachers and reviewed by the Catholic Schools Office. You can read all of the learning outcomes here.

Integrating Technology

Technology is increasingly important in our classrooms and our world. We work hard to ensure that our students have access to the technology they need to be prepared for college and beyond. During the 2017- 18 school year we are investing $800,000 to equip our schools with state-of-the-art WiFi infrastructure that will allow students to fully utilize the technology in their school. This project is made possible by the generosity of a donor and Federal E-Rate funding.

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