High School


Lowell Catholic High School 羅威爾天主教高中 (麻省 MA)


Lowell Catholic High School provides a challenging curriculum that benefits students of diverse academic backgrounds. The high-achieving student can engage is a rigorous academic program with a wide variety of offerings including Advanced Placement,Virtual High School, and Dual-Enrollment with UMass Lowell.


Students who need extra attention find the one-on-one support of our teachers and guidance counselors the ideal supplement to their classroom studies. With courses designed to meet students at their level and help them excel to the next, our students find success.

The Basics
Setting 20 Mile away from Boston town
School Type Private coed day school
Tuition US$11,000 - $12,000
Housing Homestay
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General Information
State Massachusetts (MA)
Location Lowell
Nearest City Boston
Environment Suburban
Year Founded 1989
Admission Req.m HK F.3
Academic Calendar Fall/ Summer
Level Offered Grade 9-12
Enrollment Approximately 370 students
Student-to-Teacher 10:1

Academic Programs:

Lowell Catholic High School offers a variety of courses per curriculum designed to enrich each and every learning experience. With emphasis based in study and discovery, students emerge well prepared for future endeavors, be they college or university bound. We offer courses in English, Fine Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Theology, and World Language. For more information on any of these programs of study, please follow the links offered in the side menu.



Keith Gymnasium,McNamara Center- Athletic (housing the Keith Gym),McNamara Center- Academic


Students Life:

Lowell Catholic offers the following clubs and activities.  Students interested in joining should contact the club moderator for more information.  Students interested in creating a new club should submit a proposal to the principal.  New club proposals must include the name of a faculty moderator in order to be considered.