List of Christian Brothers schools

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Both the Congregation of Christian Brothers or Irish Christian Brothers, and the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools or Lasallian Christian Brothers run educational and other institutions with "Christian Brothers" in the title.

The following is an incomplete list of the schools, colleges, and other educational institutions founded, run or staffed (in any capacity) by the Congregation of Christian Brothers (sometimes called the Irish Christian Brothers) since 1802. Some schools no longer exist, some are incorporated in new schools and some have changed their names. The names of defunct schools are included but linked to their successor schools, if any. Some schools have connections with other religious institutes as well as with the Christian Brothers.

Africa[edit]

School Location Established Notes

Liberia[edit]

St. Martin's Catholic High School Gbarnga, Bong County 2009
Carroll High School Yekepa, Nimba County 1969

Sierra Leone[edit]

St Francis High School Makeni, Bombali District

South Africa[edit]

Christian Brothers' College, Boksburg Boksburg, Gauteng 1935 Christian Brothers withdrew; school remains open
Christian Brothers' College, Mount Edmund Pretoria, Gauteng 1922 Christian Brothers withdrew; school remains open
Veritas College Springs, Gauteng
Christian Brothers' College, St. John's Parklands Parklands, Cape Town, Western Cape
Christian Brothers' College, St Joseph's Bloemfontein, Free State
St Dominic's College, Welkom Welkom, Free State Christian Brothers withdrew, school remains open
St. Boniface High School Kimberley, Northern Cape 1951 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1969; school remains open
St Patrick's CBC, Kimberly Kimberley, Northern Cape

Tanzania[edit]

Edmund Rice Sinon Secondary School Arusha, Arusha Region

Zimbabwe[edit]

Christian Brothers College, Bulawayo Bulawayo 1953 Christian Brothers withdrew; school remains open

Americas[edit]

School Location Established Notes

Argentina[edit]

Colegio Cardenal Newman Buenos Aires 1948

Canada[edit]

St. Thomas More College Burnaby, British Columbia 1960
Vancouver College Vancouver, British Columbia 1922
Chaminade College School Toronto, Ontario 1964 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1988; school remains open
Brother Edmund Rice Catholic Secondary School Toronto, Ontario 1977 Closed in 2001
Regina High School Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador Closed
O'Grady Catholic High School Prince George, British Columbia

Dominica[edit]

St. Mary's Academy Roseau

Peru[edit]

Colego Fé y Alegría No. 26 Lima
Colegio Mundo Mejor Chimbote

United States[edit]

Arizona
St. John's Indian School Komatke Closed in 1993
Seton Catholic Preparatory High School 1954 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1995; school remains open
California
Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary High School Montebello 1942/1991 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1990; school remains open
Palma School Salinas 1951
St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School Vallejo 1968 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1994; school remains open
Florida
Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School Miami 1953/1981
St. John Neumann High School 1980 Christian Brothers withdrew; school remains open
Tampa Catholic High School Tampa
Trinity Catholic High School 2000 Christian Brothers withdrew in 2015; school withdrew from Edmund Rice School Network in 2015
Hawaii
Damien Memorial School Honolulu 1962
Illinois
Brother Rice High School Chicago 1956
Leo Catholic High School Chicago 1926 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1992; school remains open
St. Laurence High School Burbank 1961
Massachusetts
Catholic Memorial School West Roxbury, Boston 1957
Michigan
Brother Rice High School Bloomfield Hills 1960
Mississippi
St. Joseph Catholic School Madison 1870
Montana
Butte Central Catholic High School Butte 1892 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1986; school remains open
New Jersey
Bergen Catholic High School Oradell 1955
Essex Catholic High School Newark 1957 Closed in 2003
New York
All Hallows High School Bronx, New York City 1909 First Christian Brothers school in the United States
Bishop Kearney High School Irondequoit 1962 Christian Brothers withdrew; school remains open
Blessed Sacrament-St. Gabriel High School New Rochelle Closed in 2013
Cardinal Hayes High School Bronx, New York City 1941 Christian Brothers withdrew in 1960s; school remains open
Commander Shea School East Harlem, Manhattan, New York City Closed in 1974
Iona College New Rochelle 1940 First and only Christian Brothers institution of higher education in the Americas
Iona Grammar School New Rochelle Merged with Iona Preparatory School in 2013
Iona Preparatory School New Rochelle 1916
Monsignor Farrell High School Staten Island, New York City 1961
Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons High School Schenectady 1958/1975 Christian Brothers withdrew; school remains open
Power Memorial Academy Manhattan, New York City 1931 Closed in 1984
Rice High School Manhattan, New York City 1938 Closed in 2011
Sacred Heart of Jesus School New York City
St. Cecilia School East Harlem, Manhattan, New York City Closed in 1991
St. Lucy School East Harlem, Manhattan, New York City Closed in 2000
Rhode Island
Bishop Hendricken High School Warwick 1959 Brothers withdrew in 2011; school remains open
Washington
Briscoe Memorial School Kent Closed in 1970
O'Dea High School Seattle 1923 Brothers withdrew in 2014; school remains open

Uruguay[edit]

Stella Maris College Montevideo 1955

Asia[edit]

India[edit]

Europe[edit]

Gibraltar[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Carlow[edit]

  • St. Mary's C.B.S. Academy, Carlow

Clare[edit]

Cork[edit]

County Dublin[edit]

Galway[edit]

Kerry[edit]

Kildare[edit]

Kilkenny[edit]

Laois[edit]

Limerick[edit]

Louth[edit]

Mayo[edit]

Meath[edit]

Roscommon[edit]

Tipperary[edit]

Waterford[edit]

Westmeath[edit]

Wexford[edit]

Wicklow[edit]

Italy[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

England

Northern Ireland

Scotland

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Queensland

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

Cook Islands[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Auckland

Christchurch

Dunedin

Oamaru

Rotorua

Papua New Guinea[edit]

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • aan de Wiel, Jerome, The Catholic Church in Ireland 1914-1918: War and Politics (Dublin 2003)