From an old Monmouth County horse farm to a national award-winning institution of learning, over 60 years in the making.

Early in 1958, a group of devoted laymen realized the need for an all-boys Catholic high school in Monmouth County. With the approval of Bishop George W. Ahr, they initiated a drive to raise funds for the purchase of Whitney Greetree Stables in Lincroft. The Brothers of the Christian Schools agreed to staff the school and finance its construction, and the rest is history. Today, CBA is a two-time winner of the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence with over 11,000 proud alumni.

Recent News

Brother James Miller, who died a martyr in 1982, is the first U.S. born Brother to be beatified.
Ms. Nicole Johnson has helped the freshmen class maintain a healthy mindset during their first year of high school.
Ethan Diamond '20 reflects on his week spent working with kids in Browning, Montana.
The dinner will be held on Tuesday, December 10th in the CBA Cafeteria.

CBA at a Glance

Students

875

Student : Faculty

12:1

Advanced Classes

63

Service Hours/Student

50+

Clubs & Sports

65

Scholarships & Aid

$1.75M

Success Starts Here

CBA at a Glance

Students

875

Student : Faculty

12:1

Advanced Classes

63

Service Hours/Student

50+

Clubs & Sports

65

Million in Aid

$1.75

Success Starts Here

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