Our History    

Founded in 1954 by the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston

Located in Milton, Massachusetts


 Our Students  


Grades 9-12 

Approximately 300  students 

40+ communities across Greater Boston and the South Shore 

Religious backgrounds include Buddhist, Catholic, Christian, Hindu, and Islam

96% of students participate in co-curriculars

20 National Merit Scholars since '12 

1.6  million 11th  Graders take the PSAT each year; 16,000 are named National Commended Scholars. 20 Fontbonne students have achieved this distinction since '12. 

6 AP Scholars in 2018 

95% of  AP Calculus students passed the exam (compared to 57% nationally)

100% of AP Biology students passed (compared to 62% nationally) 

Jefferson Awards for Public Service,  Northeast Winner, '16 and '17

Babson Boston Cup Winner '15

Babson Boston Cup Finalist '16

100% of students are accepted to post-secondary schools        

Our Classrooms 

The average class size is 16 students

7:1  Student-Teacher Ratio

84% of faculty hold advanced degrees

Honors and Advanced Placement courses

Early College programming  

Our Student-Artists 

Scholastic Art & Writing Award winners in:

Painting (2018, 2 x Gold Key)

Photography (2018, Honorable Mention)

Painting (2017, Silver Key)

Drawing (2017, Gold Key)

Digital Arts (2017, Silver Key)

Painting (2016, Silver Key)

Our Student-Athletes 

11 Varsity teams

Basketball state qualified the past 5 years

Basketball played in the South Sectional Finals the past 3 years

Basketball has been Girls Catholic Conference League champs the past 5 years

2 Student-Athletes scored 1,000+ points each during ‘17-18 Basketball season

Ice Hockey state qualified in '13, '14, '15, 16

Ice Hockey was Girls Catholic Conference League champs in ’13 and ‘16

Lacrosse state qualified in ‘18

Soccer state qualified the past 2 years

Softball state qualified 4 of the past 5 years

Tennis state qualified in ‘17

Volleyball state qualified the past 3 years

Our Alumnae    

More than 7,000 active alumnae 

Working and residing on 4 continents

Our Affiliations    

 Association of Independent Schools New England

New England Association of Schools and Colleges