Christian Brothers High School
School DescriptionSchool Profile
Founded in 1876 by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Christian Brothers High School is the only co-educational four-year college preparatory Catholic high school located in Sacramento, California. The school strongly encourages diversity in the composition of its student body. Christian Brother’s alumni base is more than 14,000 strong with graduates going on to attend prestigious colleges and universities to become physicians, actors, authors, researchers, athletes, teachers, and entrepreneurs.
The facilities include the “George Cunningham '40 Performing Arts Center”, two engineering labs supporting studies in various engineering disciplines, the “Jack Witry Field House”, and the learning commons.
Sports and Arts
International students are encouraged to join a sports team or club while studying at Christian Brothers in any of the various sports, such as rugby, water polo, or football. More than 600 students participated in the arts program in 2016 whether it was through the eight instrumental performance groups, the three annual theater productions, or the numerous art classes and exhibitions.
Sacramento, the capital city of California, has exceptional cultural, artistic, and leisure opportunities that enrich the quality of life, contributing to a vibrant metropolitan region. International students can enjoy easy access to shopping, museums, and great food!
Located two Hours East of San Francisco.
Seven Christian Brothers spring sports teams made the Academic Champions Top-5 list for the Sac-Joaquin section. Measuring the cumulative GPA of the entire team, the list encourages students to excel in the classroom and beyond!
Max Baer, Jr. '55, Richard Rodriguez '62, Kevin Sutherland '82, James Snyder '99
- 9, 10, 11 Grades at School
Diploma Year Offered?No
Student PopulationCoEd - School for both genders
English as Second Language (ESL) Support AvailableNo
Speciality ProgramsLasallian Student Ambassadors, Campus Ministry Team, Student Council, Mathletes, Aca-Deca, Pathway to Engineering (Aerospace, Civil, Principles), Biotechnology, iPad Program
Accepting Students in GradesNo
TOEFL Junior Required740
Other - Eligibility Requirements?iTep: 3.0. Students need to pay deposit within 2 weeks or Acceptance offer is declined
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