We are delighted by your interest in St. Bernard’s. We who work and study here feel that there is something unique about the place, something that makes us proud to be a part of the school and fond of it, too.
A St. Bernard’s education is one that prepares boys for the world ahead of them, morally as well as intellectually. The faculty and staff care for a boy’s well-being above all.
The school is led by Joy S. Hurd IV, who became our head of school this summer. Mr. Hurd is a former St. Bernard's faculty member; he was a Grade VII homeroom teacher, taught Latin, and was a secondary school advisor.
We welcome you and your boys to St. Bernard’s.
— Peter Magowan ’55
“As I have said many times of all the schools I went to (Groton, Stanford, Oxford, and the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies) St. Bernard’s was the best. I can remember my classmates and my teachers better than any subsequent group of instructors. Simply put they were the best. They loved teaching and they loved their students.”