We’re about dreams.
Yours and his.
Come to one of our Open Houses to see how we’ve shaped an educational experience around the things that empower and inspire boys to live their best lives.
October 25th & November 15th
The world is changing, and your son will have an important role to play. As a parent, you want him to feel confident, focused and prepared to take on any challenge. As a school, we want the same. It’s why we teach in a way that works for boys, not vice versa. It’s why we give them every opportunity to explore their interests, whether they’re into Mandarin or the mandolin. It’s why we expand their focus outside the classroom to the community we live in, and the world beyond it.
We prepare boys to lead by inspiring them to learn
At our Open House, you’ll get to see our approach in action. Hear from our Headmaster, Mason Lecky; visit our classrooms to see the interaction between students and teachers; and tour our beautiful campus. These Open Houses are a great opportunity to meet the community that will guide your son as he develops the wisdom, character and life skills he needs to meet every challenge head-on.
For more than a century, parents have chosen St. Christopher’s to educate their sons because we know boys. What does that mean? It means we have a deep understanding of how they play, how they think, how they learn—and how these things make them fundamentally different from girls. We know that for boys, movement maintains focus. Humor builds relationships. And a difficult challenge sparks deeper engagement. Here, boys are celebrated and loved by a faculty committed to bringing out the best in each and every one.
We want your son to have the best start in life, and not have the cost of his education become a stumbling block. We’ve made St. Christopher’s more accessible to great boys who otherwise would not be able to attend. Each year, we award more than $3 million in fully need-based, fully confidential financial assistance.
“Our family was blown away by the community feel the first time we stepped on campus. The boys and staff all said hello and asked about our son. We knew then if our son was granted admission, he was going.”— Brooke Barnard, Lower School Parent
Melissa Ansley Brooks
Lower School Parent
“Sensitive, creative, hard-working, respectful, problem solvers, artists and athletes. This is a St. Christopher’s boy.”
Lower School Parent
“From the day we entered St. Chris, we felt a part of a welcoming community. It’s a feeling my husband and I felt as parents—and our boys have such a strong sense of school pride.”
Lower and Middle School Parent
“St. Christopher’s teaches and embodies character education. The school is our partner in raising well-rounded young men with honor and integrity.”