It’s a comment I’ve heard often from parents, teachers, and students. They marvel at the brotherhood that develops between the kids and the feeling that even after a boy leaves CBA to embark on a bright future, a part of him will always be tied to his school.

It’s easy to say that CBA is special because of its dedicated faculty or the quality of its education. Others call CBA special because of its award-winning band and an athletic program that wins championships while ensuring players achieve academic excellence.

But in my time at CBA, I’ve discovered that our true blessing is the student body.

There’s something special about Christian Brothers Academy.

None of our success over the last 150 years would have been possible without the hard work, dedication, and commitment to achievement that our boys exemplify.

I consider it a privilege to lead CBA, and I welcome you to visit our outstanding school and experience the brotherhood for yourself.

A boy’s time at CBA is not about education; it’s about life’s journey. There will be ups. There will be downs. There will be challenges and triumphs, but through it all, something special happens at CBA. Success becomes commonplace. Boys become men.

Saint John Baptist de La Salle, pray for us. Live Jesus in our hearts, forever!

Dr. James Schlegel