As a Jesuit, Catholic school, we nurture the whole student—head, heart, and hands. Through contemporary learning models and unparalleled support for boys in grades 7 – 12, our young men are empowered to embrace their passions and use their talents to become leaders who change the world.Learn More
With the city as your campus, real life experiences are just a normal part of your lessons. From the Edward M. Kennedy Institute to the Museum of Fine Arts and beyond – Boston’s treasures will become your classroom.
Our vast network, spanning six continents, empowers you to see the world with your own eyes and expand your horizons straight across the globe. You’ll come home ready to create success in this big, interconnected world.
The Hyde Center for Global Education offers exciting experiences in 18 different countries, from Argentina all the way to Zimbabwe. This is the place to begin your adventure into a whole new world of opportunity.
A sound mind begins with a commitment, and ends with confidence. Come build yours in a rigorous, yet supportive community, with dedicated teachers and innovative practices that help foster greater knowledge of the world and yourself.
Hard work. Humility. Respect. Teamwork.
These are the hallmarks of BC High athletes, no matter your sport. Our athletic community is where classroom traditions - such as teamwork - have space to shine, with options for all levels of interest and skill.
No matter where your artistic interests lie, you can tap directly into your unique passions right here with our extensive array of options. Whole-heartedly explore your creative side through classes, exhibits and performances-on stage or in the audience. It’s up to you!
We’ll work with you throughout your time at BC High to identify the path that best matches your unique dreams, gifts, and potential. By graduation, you’ll have become a man well-equipped to take that stage, meet any challenge, and succeed.Learn More
students gain global experiences through our Hyde Center for Global Education
co-curricular activities available — everything from Anime to Ping Pong
students (on average) per class
colleges and universities attend our Fall and Spring College Fairs yearly
Sunday, September 19
12 – 2:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 7
Arrupe Division (7th & 8th Grade): 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
High School: 2 – 4:00 p.m.