Blessed Sacrament School is an accredited and commended Catholic, co-educational, Preschool through grade 8 school in the Archdiocese of Boston. Located in Walpole, Massachusetts, Blessed Sacrament School serves 400 students from over 20 towns.
Known for a commitment to competitive academics, community and service to others, Blessed Sacrament School educates the whole child. BSS students enjoy a wide range of academic, spiritual, character development, and athletic programs. Blessed Sacrament School graduates matriculate to a diverse array of high schools in the Boston metro area, including Bishop Feehan High School, Xaverian Brothers High School, Ursuline Academy, Boston College High School, Fontbonne Academy, Montrose School, Marian High School, Noble and Greenough School, and The Rivers School.
Our updated facilities include a newly renovated cafeteria and kitchen (2013), a gymnasium, fully equipped playground, school garden and greenhouse, a fully integrated iPad initiative for grades 6-8, a circulating iPad cart for Pre-K through grade 5, a technology lab, a science lab, and interactive white boards. Blessed Sacrament School celebrates cultural diversity and admits students regardless of sex, religion, or ethnicity.
Blessed Sacrament School is a Catholic, faith-based community dedicated to instilling a love of God and inspiring a commitment to lifelong learning. In an atmosphere of Christian concern and service, our dedicated teachers educate the whole child, leading each student to grow spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically, and emotionally. Our dynamic curriculum develops independent thinking, curiosity and social awareness both locally and globally. We are an integral part of the Blessed Sacrament Parish. Together we strive to build the city of God on a foundation of faith and knowledge.