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BG Named Best High School For 3rd Straight Year

NASHUA, N.H. - For the third straight year, Bishop Guertin has been voted “Best High School” in the Manchester Radio Group’s Best of the 603 Awards.


In addition to its third consecutive Gold Medal in the high school category, BG was also voted the recipient of the Gold in “Best Private School,” marking the first time that BG has taken home the top spot in multiple categories in a single year.


Bishop Guertin has been tabbed as the state’s top high school in 2021, 2022 and now 2023, while the taking silver in private school category last year before earning gold in 2023.


The Best of the 603 offers voters the ability to select and highlight the finest of the Granite State in a wide variety of topics. Bishop Guertin is honored to be presented with two awards in 2023, continuing the tradition of providing our students with an outstanding education and opportunities to succeed..


The complete list of winners and honorees can be found HERE, while BG’s Best of the 603 honors from the last three years can all be viewed HERE.


What People Are Saying About Bishop Guertin…


“Bishop Guertin has been advancing the mission of our founder for 60 years now and we are honored to be recognized as Best High School and Best Private School in the 603. This award is a reflection of our compassionate, dedicated faculty and staff as well as our incredibly talented students. We aim to change the world, one Cardinal at a time!”

- Linda Broduer MSM ’78, Bishop Guertin President


"This award is a reflection of the individuals - students, teachers, parents - who create a supportive community in which each student can develop their talents and become the best version of themselves. The award reminds us that the standard is high, and this community must be built everyday, which requires the ongoing investment of each Cardinal."

- Jason Strniste, Bishop Guertin Principal


“Bishop Guertin is, first and foremost, family. As an aluma, faculty member, parent of past/present students - I feel this to my core. The academics are fantastic, but the people who make the building are what make Bishop Guertin stand out as the best.”

- Amy Warren ’93, English Teacher, Parent of ’22, ’24 & ’27


“Bishop Guertin is well deserving of this title as it holds its students to a high standard, pushing them to become successful participants in all their future endeavors. Along with the academic rigor, the community is unified through various sports, clubs, community service, and faith practices. The teachers and administrators do a great job of creating this positive atmosphere that leads to the academic achievements of their students. As a whole, Bishop Guertin is a well-respected institution in the state and, to me, it is clear that each of its students is thankful to be BG community members.”

- Riley Razzaboni ’24, Student Body President


“Bishop Guertin is extremely deserving of this award as the best high school in the state for the third consecutive year. The efforts of teachers, students and staff allow for the experience in the classroom and building to be one of collaboration. Students know their teachers respect and care for them, not only as students, but individuals with outside interests that are also integral as part of their whole-student formation. In turn, students show respect and engage in classroom discussions which enhances the learning experience in an environment that benefits every member of our community. I am proud to be one of the students who has the honor to represent the Bishop Guertin community.”

- Owen Richmond ’24, Student Body Vice President


“I came to Bishop Guertin a few years ago and have been really impressed by this community since day one. The relationships between our students and staff and faculty members is truly special. When you walk through these doors and commit yourself to Bishop Guertin, there is an understanding that we are all pulling in the same direction with the same goals in mind. This award is a reflection of those shared ideals and something I am proud to be a small part of.” 

- Scott Camilleri, Theology Teacher