What Sets Us Apart?
St. Benedict Classical Academy is a school unlike any other. In the crowded landscape of independent schools in Greater Boston, SBCA shines a bright, distinctive light. Catholic, classical and character- focused, we prepare our students not only for success in the next chapter of their academic careers; far more importantly, we work alongside their parents to help lay the foundation for our students to lead lives of virtue and greatness, lives that will positively impact and transform the world. By interweaving rigorous, rich academics with virtue-based character education and Catholic religious formation, our students come to understand education for what it truly is: a noble, joy-filled pursuit, worthy of their dedication and focus.
If you are searching for a school where your son or daughter will be challenged and supported, where your family will be known and loved, then we want to meet you.
We invite you to learn more about our distinctive approach and unparalleled program by exploring our website, calling or emailing us, and scheduling a personal tour or joining us for an admissions event.
Get started by filling out an inquiry form online:
SBCA has partnered with Blackbaud to manage all aspects of the application and tuition process through our school’s “RavenWeb” portal. To start the SBCA Application process, please visit RavenWeb to create an account and apply online.
Our Application deadline is February 5th. You may apply for tuition assistance, if applicable, through Blackbaud Tuition Management using the school code: 14332. Families seeking tuition assistance are encouraged to begin the online application process as soon as possible. Scholarship awards will be determined in late February/early March and then on a rolling basis, as funding permits.
In addition to the online application form, the following are required to complete the application process:
Parent interview & student day visit/assessment
Copy of each student’s transcript and/or report card (for all students entering Grade 1-6)
Copy of each student’s most recent standardized test scores (for all students entering Grade 3-6)
Enrollment and Registration Process
Once you have been informed of your student(s) acceptance, should you choose to enroll, you will be asked to sign a Tuition Agreement and make a $500 nonrefundable deposit to secure your student(s) place the class. You will then be asked to complete the registration process online through your Blackbaud account.
Thank you for your interest in St. Benedict Classical Academy!
Admission Events 2022-2023
Open House: Saturday, October 15, 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Visit St. Benedict Classical Academy during our Admission Open House on Saturday, October 15th between 12:30 and 3:30 PM to learn more about all that Catholic, Classical, Character-focused education has to offer your family.
Meet current families and members of our team, take a tour of our campus – spread across four buildings in beautiful South Natick center, mingle with fellow prospective parents and enjoy festive, fall refreshments.
Open House is a family affair – children are warmly welcomed!
Join us for a casual afternoon designed to introduce SBCA to your whole family.
(Tours will run continuously throughout the day.)
Coffee & Curriculum: Saturday, January 21, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Join us on Saturday, January 21st from 3:00 – 5:00 PM to take a deeper dive into your exploration of all that our Catholic, Classical, Character-focused education offers your child/ren.
Visit classrooms, hear presentations from our faculty, enjoy a Q & A with veteran SBCA parents and our Headmaster, mingle with fellow prospective parents and enjoy a warm drink and sweet treat.
Tuition & Fee Information 2022-2023
K – 6 Tuition: $10,750
5 Full Days (8:00 AM – 3:00 PM): $11,000
3 Full Days M/W/F: $8,000
2 Full Days T/Th: $6,000
Our Director of Admission & Enrollment Management, Hadley Keefe, is eager to hear from you!
St. Benedict Classical Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. SBCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, and or any other school-administered programs.