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Total Enrollment

530

Upper School

240

Middle School

180

Lower School

110

Athletic Teams

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • Rugby
  • Squash
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Track & Field
  • Tennis
  • Wrestling

Avg. Class Size

17

Student Faculty Ratio

7:1

Mentor Mentee Ratio

1:1

Student Clubs

32

Drama Productions

4

Band and Choral Concerts

5

From the Forum

Rekindling the Gifts of the Holy Spirit


Rekindling the Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Every year, bishops around the country visit their flocks to offer the sacrament of Confirmation to young people.  In this episode, Mr. Jeff Thompson shares how he, as a middle school religion teacher, teaches the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit to his middle school students, making them come alive in the hearts and souls of his boys.

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Emotions Fully Alive: Forming Boys’ Affectivity


Emotions Fully Alive: Forming Boys’ Affectivity

In this episode, Head of Mentoring, Joe Cardenas, explains the importance of training the emotions of our aspiring “men fully alive.” Often we see education as a matter of the head; but as teachers, we must be just as concerned with forming the heart.

We base much of this interview on this article from OpusDei.org.

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Lying to Dumbledore: On Moral Consequentialism in Children’s Literature


Lying to Dumbledore: On Moral Consequentialism in Children’s Literature

Contemporary children’s literature often celebrates children lying or worse to accomplish “good” ends. As parents of avid readers, we must be aware. Joe Breslin and Tom Cox take on perennial favorite, Harry Potter, which offers, as one of its many strengths, gripping portrayals of flawed heroes.

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