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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.


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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Saint Columbkille Partnership School is a pre-K to Grade 8 Catholic private school for preschool, Kindergarten, elementary and middle school students. Designated as the lab school for Boston College, we are located in the Allston-Brighton neighborhood and draw students from the nearby areas of Cambridge, Watertown, Waltham, Brookline, Newton, Chestnut Hill, Dedham, West Roxbury and beyond.

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STCPS Board Member & BC Theologian, Dr. Ospino, Honored for Research Featured Photo

STCPS Board Member & BC Theologian, Dr. Ospino, Honored for Research

Hosffman Ospino, STCPS Board member and an associate professor of Hispanic ministry and religious education in BC's School of Theology and Ministry, has been awarded the 2021 Richard Cardinal Cushing Medal for the Advancement of Church Research, presented by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate to a person or organization that has advanced Church research.

At a glance

  • 410 Students enrolled from 2.9 pre-K to Grade 8
  • 32 Languages spoken in the homes of our students
  • 37 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 need-based financial aid
  • 95% of students are reading at or above grade level
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