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St. Bernard's High School
Gratiam Per Mariam Quaeramus
Through Mary We Find Grace
Address
45 Harvard Street
Worcester County
Fitchburg, Massachusetts, (Worcester County), 01420
 United States
Coordinates 42°34′38″N 71°47′4″W / 42.57722°N 71.78444°W / 42.57722; -71.78444Coordinates: 42°34′38″N 71°47′4″W / 42.57722°N 71.78444°W / 42.57722; -71.78444
Information
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Established 1920
Founder Sisters of the Presentation
Principal Robert Blanchard
Headmaster James Conry
Faculty 27[1]
Grades 912
Enrollment 500 (2008-2009)
Color(s) Blue and Gold          
Athletics conference Central Massachusetts
Mascot St. Bernard
Nickname The Saints
Team name Bernardians
Accreditation(s) New England Association of Schools and Colleges[2 ]
Newspaper The Blue and Gold
Athletic Director James Beauregard
Website

St. Bernard's Central Catholic High School is a diocesan, Roman Catholic high school in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester on 45 Harvard Street in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.

History

St. Bernard's was established as an all-girls school in 1920 by the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The school became coeducational in 1926. The school was designated as a regional diocesan high school in 1953.

In 1962 there were major additions to the school's athletic facilities at the Bernardian Bowl. And two years later the school itself was expanded. This included an entire new wing complete with a cafeteria, library, offices, and ten classrooms. The school's activity center was built in 1980 down the street near the Bernardian Bowl and its gymnasium seated 1000 people.

Today, St. Bernard's has just under 500 students attending from all over Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Its graduation and college acceptances rates are both in the 96-98% range. [3]

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