Recap video from Orientation Day for the Historic, Co-ed Class of 2020!
Xaverian Dramatics Presents, "I Heard That Somebody Said..." at the 2015 Open House
Xaverian's 2015-2016 Admissions Viewbook
Transition to Co-Education in Fall 2016:On March 5th, 2015, Xaverian's Board of Trustees voted to move forward with the next phase of the school's strategic plan, which includes the expansion of co-education from the middle school program to the high school grade levels. Read all about this exciting news here!
Xaverian is a school rooted in the tradition and spiritual beliefs of the Xaverian Brothers. When you choose to become a part of Xaverian High School, you join a rich tradition of students and alumni who actively live the Xaverian Brothers' values of humility, trust, zeal, compassion, and simplicity. After leaving our home at 7100 Shore Road , Xaverian alums have gone on to serve as CEOs of some of the largest corporations in the world, gifted surgeons and doctors, professional athletes, accomplished actors, and members of the clergy. Now it’s your turn to decide if you have what it takes to be a Clipper, and become a part of the rich tradition that is Xaverian High School.
Prospective students are required to sit for the TACHS exam and place Xaverian High School as one of their three choices. Students who are seeking scholarship awards must sit for the scholarship exam. We encourage all students to attend our open house, sign up to be a “Clipper for a Day”, and explore our website. Please take a moment to review the various aspects of the admissions process, and to see what Xaverian High School is all about.
Xaverian requires a student application (online) and teacher recommendation (online) to be submitted for all applicants no later than November 20, 2015.
You are preparing to set sail with one of the best high schools in New York. Please allow us to help you along your journey. If you have questions, or wish to make an appointment to see the campus, please contact our admissions office.
Mark Spelman '92, Director of Admissions (718) 836 – 7100, extension 127 or firstname.lastname@example.org