Cathedral School for Boys
|Cathedral School for Boys|
1275 Sacramento Street|
San Francisco, CA
|Head teacher||Burns Jones|
|Student to teacher ratio||9:1|
|Color(s)||Red and Gold|
Cathedral School for Boys (abbreviated as CSB or merely Cathedral) is a private boys' primary school located on Nob Hill in San Francisco, affiliated with Grace Cathedral. It was founded in 1957 and is notable for its choir, the Grace Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys. In recent years, the school has undergone extensive renovations and additions, most notably, an extension to the main building recently completed.
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In September 1957, Cathedral School For Boys was opened in the Cathedral's bell towers. It was founded by Dean C. Julian Bartlett and parents seeking an alternative to the other private schools in San Francisco. On June 3, 1965 the school's current building was created inside the Cathedral's close. One year later on September 12, 1966, the new school building was opened. In 1996, the current building was expanded to create rooms for the kindergarten and 8th grade. Recent years have seen a number of new renovations to the campus, including a renovated gymnasium, auditorium, science lab, and media-arts center. Cathedral School for Boys is considered to be one of the finest schools for boys in the country.
- David Forbes - 1957-1957 (Founding Headmaster)
- Peter Keating - 1958-1960
- David Forbes - 1960-1972
- Jefferson C. Stephens Jr. - 1972-1979
- Richard Downes - 1979-1984
- Michael Grella - 1984-1986
- Harry V. McKay - 1986-1990
- Malcom H. Manson - 1990-1999
- Michael Ferrebouef - 1999–2015
- Burns Jones - 2015–Present
- Cathedral School for Boys (October 2006), Red & Gold No. 60: 50th Anniversary Commemorative Calendar, Cathedral School for Boys
- Red & Gold No. 61. Cathedral School for Boys. 2007.
- "New School to Be Built Next to Grace Cathedral". San Francisco Chronicle. December 17, 1964.
- Cathedral School for Boys - History Archived 2011-07-23 at the Wayback Machine.
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