From the Vice Principal

Dear Families and Friends of BSS:

We at Blessed Sacrament School are proud of the rich and dynamic academic program we provide our students. Like all Catholic schools in the Boston Archdiocese, we utilize the Common Core as a baseline for our academic programs;however, across all grades we continuously surpass the expectations of the Common Core curriculum. We are sensitive to the unique needs of each individual student as we pursue what we believe to be the paramount goal of education: instilling a love of learning. Though our programs are never driven by standardized tests, Blessed Sacrament School continually ranks as a top school in the Boston Archdiocese.

We are proud, also, of the continued success of our students upon graduating from Blessed Sacrament School. Our graduates are welcomed to wide array of Catholic and private high schools in the metro Boston area, including Bishop Feehan High School, Xaverian Brothers High School, Ursuline Academy, Boston College High School, Fontbonne Academy, Catholic Memorial, LaSalle Academy, Marian High School, Montrose School, St. Sebastian's School, Dexter School, Rivers School and Noble and Greenough. Students who choose to attend their local public high schools frequently enroll in honors and advanced placement programs. Blessed Sacrament School students are awarded dozens of academic scholarships annually.

Thank you for taking the time to consider a Blessed Sacrament School education for your child. If you have any questions about our academic program at BSS, please email me a jroy@blessedsacramentschool.org.

Sincerely, 

Jennifer Roy, PhD 

Vice Principal 

Blessed Sacrament School