Xavier Outcomes

Xavier High School traditionally sends its graduates to some of the finest colleges and universities in the country. The Class of 2021 is no exception. Valedictorian Ryan Frier will pursue a career as a physician as part of the University of Connecticut's eight-year BS/MD Special Program in Medicine. Having been awarded the Nutmeg Scholarship, his entire undergraduate education will be free. Salutatorian David Jerman will attend Northeastern University in Boston. He also plans to pursue a medical career. 

From North Carolina State to Pepperdine University, from Fairfield to Ohio State, from Villanova to Notre Dame, from Virginia Polytechnic Institute to Wentworth Institute of Technology, our 2021 grads are spreading their wings far and wide. 

As a top private, all-boys Catholic high school in Connecticut, Xavier's rigorous academics prepares its grads for the future. Sixty-three members of the Class of 2021 graduated summa cum laude, magna cum laude or cum laude. Our 2021 grads will attend more than 80 different colleges or universities. They will major in everything from engineering to pre-med, from music to art, from law enforcement to nursing. The members of the class, over four years, have been awarded conditionally more than $7.7 million in scholarship grants. 

Some of the schools in which multiple members of the Class of 2021 will attend:

University of Connecticut, Villanova University, Boston College, Providence College, Loyola-Maryland, Northeastern University, Marist College, the University of Notre Dame, Roger Williams University, Penn State University, Endicott College, the University of New Hampshire, Central Connecticut State University, Southern Connecticut State University, Eastern Connecticut State University, Fairfield University and Quinnipiac University.