We prepare confident leaders for uncharted territories
RSVP to one of our Virtual Open Houses to see how we’ve shaped an educational experience around the things that empower boys to answer the call of tomorrow.
October 15 & 16
November 12 & 13
October 22 & 23
October 29 & 30
At St. Christopher’s, we understand how to engage boys in learning, how to equip them to succeed and how to inspire them to make a difference in their communities and beyond. Here on our campus, talented students from all walks of life become men of character.
Join us virtually to learn more about our boys-centered education
Though this year’s Open Houses will be a bit different than ones of the past, we’ve found creative ways to introduce you to life at St. Christopher’s.
At these virtual events, you’ll learn why our Lower School is best for boys, hear from our Headmaster, Mason Lecky and meet community members who will challenge, celebrate and support your son.
A world-class education is one that brings together different backgrounds, perspectives and experiences—one that challenges and broadens every boy’s thinking. We’re committed to building a nurturing community of Saints that gives each of our students the foundation they need to thrive.
We challenge boys in the classroom, we engage them in the community and we open the door to the greater world so that they can find their place. Our interdisciplinary approach empowers boys to go further than they ever imagined.
We're committed to making a St. Christopher's education more affordable for all types of families.
“St. Christopher’s offers opportunities for all types of boys. From extroverts to introverts, from bookworms to avid athletes, from artists to engineers—St. Christopher’s is a school in which every kind of boy can thrive.”— MASON LECKY, HEADMASTER AND 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.”