Top Roman Catholic Boarding Schools

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Top Roman Catholic Boarding Schools
These Roman Catholic boarding schools offer good value, great educations and a faith-based community experience.
Educating the young has been a mission of the Roman Catholic Church for as long as anybody can remember. While curricula and teaching methods have changed dramatically over the years, one thing is immutable: these schools do a great job educating their students as evidenced by the very high pecentage of their graduates who go on to colleges and universities all over the country, indeed, around the world.  With many boarding schools charging $43,000-48,000 for their services, these boarding schools offer good value as such things go. A couple of schools are single sex schools. The rest are co-educational institutions.
Many of these schools are operated by Roman Catholic orders such as the Jesuits or Salesians which specialize in teaching. The standards are high. Most schools have uniform or dress codes. Core values are also taught together with plenty of instruction in the Catholic faith. The result is graduates who are firmly anchored on solid spiritual and academic foundations for advancement in later life.
Check out the profiles of these schools. Many of them also take day students, so if you live in the area, you can have the best of both worlds.

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