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A private, independent, Catholic, college preparatory high school inspired by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart.
By the Numbers
We believe in the power of a values-based education and the potential of every young person to make a difference in the world. This belief drives who we are and what we do every day.learn more
student enrollment in grades 9-12
average class size
cities and towns across two states represented by our student body
graduation and college acceptance rate
States: 2. Cities and Towns: 40. Community: ONE!
Our Cardinals travel from as close by as down the street to as far away as the seacoast and the Boston suburbs.
Why? Because families know the value of a Bishop Guertin education.
Hover over the images on the map below to hear more about what our community members have to say about what makes BG such a special place.
“My experience here at Bishop Guertin has been even better than I hoped. Coming from a small town, I was set on going to my regional public high school throughout middle school. However once eighth grade came around, I decided to be more open minded and looked at other high schools that offered even better opportunities. It was one of the best decisions of my life. BG encourages students to the best version of themselves as possible and I can say from experience that it has certainly made me that way.”
– Elizabeth Broderick ’22, Groton, MA
“The overwhelming spirit and community is what stood out to me and helped me choose BG over other schools that were closer to me. I have adapted to the school commute with my other commitments because I have found myself getting involved in activities. Even with the slight inconvenience of location, BG is so worth it because I’ve made so many great connections with people outside of Massachusetts and experienced so much by changing schools.”
– Chloe Massabni ’21, North Billerica, MA
“There’s a lot to love about BG. You meet many new friends – whether they come from the same neighborhood from you, or traveled 11,000 miles as an exchange student to come learn here, they become your valuable friends and family. The teachers are people that you can look up to and trust to give you the best learning experience possible.”
– Warren Chen ’23, Nashua, NH
“BG gave me an opportunity many other high schools wouldn’t have been able to give me which is why I find it so worth it to travel and learn in a school that continuously pushes me to be my best.”
– Morgan Faulkner ’21, New Ipswich, NH
“Transferring to BG was the best thing to ever happen in my life. Bishop Guertin is not just any school; it is a school for those who wish to push their limits and be the best versions of themselves.”
-Katie Campel ‘22, Bedford, NH
“Bishop Guertin High School has given our family the assurance that our children will be challenged, nurtured and guided throughout their high school experience. The staff and administration are fully vested in all students full potential and the support the school offers is unlimited. We cannot speak highly enough about Bishop Guertin High School. The investment we have made is much more than just education. The support Bishop Guertin gives our children has encouraged them to grow and flourish into young adults ready to challenge themselves and others.”
-Stacy Theofilopoulos, parent of Athanasia ’20 and Elias ‘24, Chelmsford, MA
“[Our daughter] transferred to BG this year. …Our biggest regret is that we didn’t do it sooner. The students and the staff at BG have made her feel right at home. The transition was seamless. She’s feeling challenged and supported academically, and has made lifelong friends.”
– Jennifer Ratta, parent of Shelby ‘21, Littleton, MA
Bishop Guertin High School admits students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school.
BG does not discriminate on the basis of race in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic, or other school-administered programs.