As we mark the 16th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, we are ever mindful of our 23 brothers who perished on that awful Tuesday morning. May we honor their memory by continuing as a school and community of which they would be proud. May God bless and keep them, as well as all of the souls lost that day, the first responders, the thousands saved and our forces overseas who continue to fight the evil of terrorism. They are forever in our hearts.
Graduating members of the Music At Xaverian (MAX) program shined at our annual Baccalaureate Mass. Conducting the talented musicians one last time, Mr. Robert Randazzo '08 had this to share about the experience...
Join our community in honoring an educator who has impacted your life by making a gift to the Clipper Fund today in his or her honor by visiting www.xaverian.org/donate and including the name of the educator and a testimonial in the comments section!
In honor of Xaverian's 17 Qualifiers for the National Speech and Debate Competition, we are debuting our new series, Road to Kentucky - written by our resident beat writer Alexandra Russo '20! Visit www.xaverian.org/speechanddebate to keep up with our Clippers as they embark on their road to the 2017 NCFL Grand National Speech & Debate Tournament, held in Louisville, Kentucky over Memorial Day Weekend!
Congratulations to our Cheerleaders, who competed for the first time ever at the CHSAA Regional Cheerleading competition at the College of Staten Island this past Saturday. Our Clipper Cheerleaders competed in the JV Small Team Division, and had a fantastic first outing!
“Both growing up in Breezy Point and attending Xaverian has made me who I am today, and I am thankful for everything that everyone has provided me with and can not wait for my turn to be able to give back to my school, my community, and the world.”
Jack Kimmeth, on his acceptance to the US Coast Guard Academy.
The Daily News'Errol Louis covered Dcn. Mac's advice recently aired on Religion on the Line that as our nation tries to heal, we should all revisit the famous 1963 “Letter From a Birmingham Jail” by the Rev. Martin Luther King., Jr., and pay special attention to the third step, self purification.
On Saturday, February 6th, five Xaverian seniors participated in St. John’s University’s first annual Academic Bowl. Michael Laneville, Michael Wojtukiewicz, Nicholas Trotta, Anthony Roussel, and Karol Skrzpya beat teams from three other schools to win the Jeopardy-style tournament, each winning a $2,000 in annual scholarship funds for four years at St. John’s University, in addition to the SJU merit scholarships they had already earned.