Saint Bernard School, a Catholic co-educational school, co-sponsored by the Diocese of Norwich and the Xaverian Brothers, admits students of all faiths from grades 6-12. The Saint Bernard School community commits to a challenging college-preparatory education, enriched by values attentive to the teachings of Jesus Christ. We provide a safe and supportive atmosphere which fosters academic achievement and generates growth in maturity, behavior, character, and service to others. Saint Bernard families come from all types of socio-economic levels, ethnic backgrounds, and locations within Southeastern Connecticut. Approximately 5% of the student population consists of international students. Scholarship, Spirit, Community - these are the defining hallmarks of a Saint Bernard education. Committed to the education of the whole person, Saint Bernard students leave prepared for the challenges of college and to become leaders in their local and global community. Class of 2012 College/University Attendance Rate: 97.3%Total Scholarships Granted to Class of 2012: $5,057,200SAT's: 100% senior student participationTotal AP Exams Taken: 102; AP Pass Rate: 82%; AP Awards: 142012 National Merit Scholarships: 4 Semifinalists; 3 Commended
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