Boylan Catholic High School is a Christ-centered faith community which exists as a response to the mandate of Jesus: "Go and teach all nations."
Our purpose is to stimulate and guide students in their spiritual, intellectual, moral, emotional, social, and physical development through the acquisition and use of knowledge in accordance with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Through service and scholarship, students prepare for the day when they will take their place in the local, national, and international communities as competent and compassionate adults.
Our faculty and staff embrace and live out Christian values, fostering the spiritual growth of our students through:
Celebrated daily at 7:20 a.m. in the school chapel and once a month as a whole community in the gymnasium.
Celebrated every morning as a whole community.
Celebrated every afternoon as a whole community.
Offered daily at 7:40 a.m. to 7:55 a.m., Tuesdays during periods 4A and 4C, and Thursdays during periods 4B and 4D.
First Friday Adoration
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is offered on the first Friday of the month throughout the school year.
All students participate in an annual retreat to empower them to grow in faith, to establish a personal relationship with God, and to experience the power of faith and God’s grace in their daily lives.
Voice of the Unborn
The Boylan pro-life group works to promote within our school community the Catholic teachings on respect for all human life. Participants take an annual pilgrimage to the March for Life rally in Washington, D.C.
Four-Year Theology Coursework
All students are required to take eight semesters of theology courses.
Full-Time Spiritual Director
Fr. David C. Finn, M.DIV., M.A.E.A., Boylan’s assistant principal and spiritual director, oversees the school’s retreat program and Catholic identity and teaches theology courses.
Each student gives back 100+ hours of service before graduating.