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- 41 UConn Early College Experience Credits
- 37 Clubs including Robotics & Engineering
- 94 CT and New England Championships
- 13:1 Student/Teacher Ratio
- 72 Years Of Experience In The Guidance Department
- 100% Graduation Rate
- 94 State & New England Athletic Championships
- 41 National Merit Commended Students in past five years
- 18 National AP Scholars in past five years
- 26 STEM Courses in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math
- 91 Percentage Of Students Involved In After-School Activities
- 9,411 Number Of Service Hours By Seniors In 2018-19 School Year
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Location: Weight Room, Xavier High School
Time: 4 PM – 7 PM
Location: Tony Jaskot Fitness Room, Xavier High School
Xavier athletes in football, soccer and cross country started conditioning programs this week, mindful of social distancing, use of masks and sanitizer, and working out in small group cohorts.
Xavier athletes in football, soccer and cross country will start summer conditioning July 6 under many CIAC- and school-mandated guidelines because of COVID-19.
The EJK Classic Car Show, postponed from early May, was held Saturday, June 27, with more than 60 cars showing up.
More than 80 incoming freshmen signed up for summer school, which because of COVID-19 is being held virtually. First, though, teachers had to acquaint the students with Xavier's technology.
Ryan Solomon, elected SAC President, for the 2020-2021 school year, says Xavier is an excellent school that he wants to make even better. The hockey players has goals.
We are a Catholic community fostering excellence in scholarship, leadership and service. Upon his graduation from Xavier High School, each alumnus will have developed the academic skills and self-discipline needed to undertake not only the challenge of a college education, but also a life-long process of learning: the ability to access and to critically assess information and the skills needed to make individual decisions; a willingness to respond to the call of the gospel message through community service; an appreciation for the various cultures in our global community; a sensitivity to the needs of all human beings; an understanding of how to live within a Christian framework, fully, in spirit, mind and body. St. Ireneaus wrote, “The glory of God is the human person fully alive.” Xavier attempts to be part of the formation of such persons, young men who are prepared for college, for the work force, and above all, for the challenge and responsibility of life itself.
As a Catholic college preparatory school sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers and the Diocese of Norwich, Xavier High School fosters the spiritual, academic, and physical growth of its students and challenges them to use their God-given talents in service to others so that each Xavier graduate is fully prepared to respond to the Christian call of our school motto, “Be A Man."
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- Clubs & Activites
- Alumni Events
Looking to get a head start for college? Xavier offers several Advanced Placement® and Early College Experience classes.
Over the years, the Fine Arts department has helped thousands of students pursue their passions and develop their talents.
In the classroom or outside it, our renowned Engineering program prepares students to take the next step in life.
In recent years, the FullMetal Falcons have become one of the top robotics clubs in New England.
Whether it is Rocket League, League of Legends or Smite, our E-Sports teams are ranked among the best in the state.
Behind the camera or in front of it, Xavier TV offers students a great chance to hone their skills before they head to primetime.
Every year, our students travel to Guatemala to serve the local community and experience a culture far removed from their own.
At the end of every school year, our students travel to Camden, N.J., to lend a hand to local organizations.
Whether it's at a neighboring school or across town at a soup kitchen, there are plenty of opportunities to help our own community.
Every September, the alumni network reunites to raise money for financial aid and reconnect at Portland Golf Course.
It is not Winter Break without a few games on the hardwood and a trip down memory lane with the legendary Artie Kohs.
In the fall, the alumni return home to share old stories and cheer on the Falcons once again at Larry McHugh Field.