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Our Mission

Saint Columbkille Partnership School is a community of families, educators, and partners inspired by the values of the Gospel. We are committed to the education of children of all backgrounds in an environment that cultivates respect, mutuality and care. Rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition, we search for the truth with joy, practice the good with conviction, and contemplate the beautiful as we prepare students for lives of faith, service and leadership.

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Welcome to the only lab school in Boston offering a pre-K through grade 8 Catholic education supporting cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning in the humanities, the arts, and the sciences against the backdrop of the Catholic intellectual tradition. We are excited to share our community with you and support you through the admission process.

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The vision of our school is to prepare and motivate students by instilling in them critical reasoning skills, respect for themselves and one another and a commitment to excellence and perseverance.

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Pre-K Civics Study with BC Published in Academic Journal Featured Photo

Pre-K Civics Study with BC Published in Academic Journal

A joint study with Boston College's Lynch School of Education and Human Development and Saint Columbkille's pre-K class showcases the ways that even the youngest students can make a difference in their communities through an engaging civics project.
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Saint Cols Offers Fall Open Houses

This fall, Saint Columbkille Partnership School is offering limited in-person and virtual open houses for prospective families. In addition, we will continue to offer weekly guided virtual tours with our admissions team.

At a glance

  • 400 Students enrolled from 2.9 Pre-K to grade 8
  • 32 Languages spoken in the homes of our students
  • 34 Cities and towns represented
  • 100% of teachers have or are working towards a Master's Degree
  • $1.2M Amount of funds raised annually for financial aid and programs
  • 47% Nearly half of our students receive needs-based financial aid
  • 95% of students are reading at or above grade level
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