Junior High

The Catholic Lasallian tradition is at the very heart of Christian Brothers Academy’s academic program and is the foundation of our educational community. As a college preparatory middle school, CBA provides a curriculum that presents a comprehensive view of the various branches of knowledge and their interrelations. The faculty strives to accentuate research and creativity to assist students in developing the powers of observation, imagination, reasoning, tolerance, and judgment necessary for growth toward freedom and responsibility.

The Junior High Experience: seventh and eighth graders at CBA are acclimated to the Brothers experience by a nurturing team of faculty and administrators. The orientation program for incoming 7th grade students features team building and hands on experiences which ease the transition to the rigors of a Christian Brothers Academy education. The Junior High Student Senate works with faculty to plan regular social activities which foster our close-knit, middle school community. In addition, the students participate in class retreats and field trips, including the 8th grade trip to Gettysburg which further strengthen their bonds as Brothers. In the fall, junior high students can participate in the musical. There is also a Mass and breakfast for seventh graders in the fall. And, eighth graders celebrate their transition to high school with mass and a picnic in the spring. 


Latest Junior High News

15
MAY
2019

Giving Day Is Today, May 15!!!

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Support Giving Day 2019 #brotherlylove  
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09
MAY
2019

Something For Everyone At Summer Sizzle

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Looking for something to do this summer?
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03
MAY
2019

O’Neil ’65 And Sportelli Honored As 2019 Purple And Gold Recipients

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Just prior to the Lasallian Auction and Dinner on April 6, about 75 alumni, friends, former recipients and members of the Board gathered in the LGI to honor the 2019 recipients of the Alumni Association’s Purple & Gold Award: Chuck O’Neil ’65 and Kathy Sportelli. The...
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