EARLY DECISION/EARLY ACTION REPORT

March 7, 2017

As a college-preparatory school taught in the Lasallian tradition, Christian Brothers Academy takes profound pride in having students that meet the challenges of our curriculum, service, and character requirements. Year after year, these high standards are recognized in part by the admission of our young men to the best colleges and universities in the United States. 

The following members of the Class of 2017 have committed to these respective colleges and universities via each school’s specific early decision, action or commitment process:

Bucknell University – Joseph Stark, Riley Gardner

Carnegie Mellon University – Patrick Kollman
Cornell University – Joseph Iovine
Drew University – Timothy Jinks
Fordham University – Christopher Child
Haverford College – Jack Murphy
Lafayette College – Andrew Venezia
Lehigh University – Joseph Huber
New York University – Tad Lundborg, Nicholas Pisciotti
Northwestern University – Nicholas Karris
Princeton University – Drake Anzano
Skidmore College – Ryan Maldalone
Stevens Institute of Technology – John Dyer, James Lynch 
Syracuse University – Dane Brazinski, Salvatore Morreale
The College of New Jersey – Erik Prefer, Sean Reilly
University of Scranton – Anthony Frawley
Union College – Thomas Farina
University of Pennsylvania – Joseph LaForgia

Virginia Tech – John Koury 

Congratulations and continued success to these young men as they continue through their final semester at the Academy!

The CBA Academic Curriculum

The academic curriculum at the Academy is one of the pillars upon which our tradition has been built. Students are challenged in a manner that promotes critical thinking, self-reliance and accountability. Our alumni frequently confirm that their four years at the Academy provided them with a sizable advantage in their undergraduate and graduate studies.

The administration works continuously to craft a well-rounded, modernized curriculm that promotes scholarship and rewards diligence. We recognize that above all, our students are here to learn.

Fast Facts

The Academy curriculum gives students a tremendous advantage in the upper tier college admissions process.

  • 94% of last year’s graduating class currently attend a college/university ranked by US News and World Report
  • 69% received a merit-based scholarship.
  • We offer 24 AP offerings, 44 honors classes, and many more out-of-class learning experiences.