Taking in the sun.

Students swim in the Pacific ocean during a Mission Trip to LA.

Music to our ears.

The marching band performs at Paul Brown Stadium during half time.

Leading them out.

The members of the Bomb Squad were slightly excited for the game.

Cheering them on.

Keeping the beat.

The pep band sets the stage for the Bomb Squad tryouts.

Ready to play.

The varsity soccer team stands at the ready.

Serving others.

Members of a summer mission trip head out.

A sign of unity.

Captains of the football team set the example.

In the Spotlight

HSPT Prep Class with Redwood Prep


St. Xavier will offer the HSPT Prep Class again this fall.


Click here to read more and get details on the class.

Culinary Club kicked off the year with a tailgate theme!


Clubs are in full swing! 30 tailgate-themed dishes were created and shared by students at their most recent meeting.


See a list of clubs and co-curriculars.

Service is enriching and fun.


Service is a strong focus at St. Xavier.
Students gather supplies for others.


Find out how your student can get involved in service at X!

Announcements

Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday, October 25 from 3:30 to 5:30 and 6:30 to 8:30.
Reserve your conference time.

*If you tried to log in on October 15 and could not reach pick-a-time, please log out of the program as well as your computer browser and try to log in again to schedule your conference.

 

 

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    St. Xavier has been a warm, welcoming atmosphere of learning, friendship and spiritual affirmation for more than 18,000 living alumni who have called this place home. We call this vast network of accomplished alumni the Long Blue Line.

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    60 AP scholars

    15.4% Minority Population

    $4.13 million in Tuition Assistance

    17 National Merit Finalists

    28.6 ACT Composite Average

    508 students took 1035 AP tests in 2017.

    80% of students participate in community service

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