Students at schools in the Archdiocese of Boston learn at a young age that they can make a difference in the world and in their community around them. The schools offer experiences that fit every interest, from helping the young or the elderly, to collecting food in the school or distributing meals at a pantry; to clearing a littered area or building a home for those in need.
The data used in this infographic was gathered in the Summer Survey. We thank the schools that participated in this survey! (Infographic designed by Data Associate Livia Ramos)
The data is in, and we have the number of total students enrolled in the 116 schools in the Archdiocese of Boston! As you can see in the image below, we strive to find a school for all learners. If you are interested in attending a school in the Archdiocese, find your ideal school here!
The data used in this infographic was collected in our fall survey. Data from this survey is sent to the National Catholic Educational Association, which then compiles and distributes the data to (arch)dioceses across the country.
Did you know that September is Attendance Awareness Month? More than 37,000 students have returned to the classrooms in 117 schools in the Archdiocese of Boston. As the infographic below demonstrates, each missed day of school adds up!
The Archdiocese of Boston data used in this survey was gathered in the Summer Survey, and the tips were from attendanceworks.org. The infographic was created with venngage.com.