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Boston College High School
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Location
City: Boston, Massachusetts
Country: United States
General Information
Type: Secondary school
Founded: 1863
Address & Contact Information
Address: 150 Morrissey Boulevard
City: Boston
State/Province: Massachusetts
Postal code: 02125-3391
Country: United States
Phone: 617-436-3900
Website
www.bchigh.edu


Boston College High School is a Jesuit high school located in the United States of America in Boston, Massachusetts. It is located in the New England Province of the Society of Jesus and was founded in 1863. In January 2006, the school’s board of trustees voted to extend the rigorous Jesuit educational experience offered at BC High to grades seven and eight by September 2007.

BC High recently completed a 63,000 ft addition in the spring of 2005. The project included a new state-of-the-art science building, new administrative offices, a new cafeteria, and a general commons. Afterward, during the fall of 2005, President William J. Kemeza announced "Renaissance: The Campaign for Boston College High School," a $40 million fundraising effort. As part of the campaign, the school underwent a $12.5 million renovation project which included the renovation of the Cushing, Walsh and McElroy buildings. The Corcoran Library has also been updated with the addition of a "Great Books Room", which alone is said to have cost $500,000. The same $12.6 million has also been used for an outdoor space with new entrance gates, a new road through campus, a second synthetic turf athletic field, and multi-purpose open spaces including plazas, athletic fields, and gardens. With the commencement of the 2007-2008 school year, the new performing arts center, the Bulger Center will be available for use by BC High's numerous performing groups, as well as for small school functions.


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150 Morrissey Boulevard; Boston, Massachusetts 02125-3391, United States.

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