Xaverian High School

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Xaverian High School
Xaverian High School - Brooklyn.jpg
"The Truth Shall Make You Free." (John 8:32)
Address
7100 Shore Road
New York City (Bay Ridge, Brooklyn), New York, 11209
United States
Coordinates 40°38′12″N 74°2′10″W / 40.63667°N 74.03611°W / 40.63667; -74.03611Coordinates: 40°38′12″N 74°2′10″W / 40.63667°N 74.03611°W / 40.63667; -74.03611
Information
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic;
Xaverian Brothers
Established 1957
President Robert Alesi
Principal Kevin McCormack
Grades 6-12
Color(s) Blue and Gold         
Athletics conference Catholic High School Athletic Association
Mascot Clipper Ship/Pirate
Team name Clippers
Accreditation Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
Admissions Director Mark Spelman '92
Athletic Director Anthony Mancusi '96
Dean of Middle School Patricia McEvoy
Director of Advancement Vincent P. Torti
Website

Xaverian is a private, Catholic school located in Brooklyn, NY. Grades 9-12 offer a premier college prep program for boys. Grades 6-8 are co-ed for gifted & talented students.

The school was founded in 1957 by the Xaverian Brothers.[2] The school is a member of the Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA). Xaverian is governed by a President and Board of Trustees. It is operated independently of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn.

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