Graduate Profile

A graduate of Nazareth Regional High School will be:

  1. Spiritually fit and mature. After studying the Gospel, the teachings of Christ, and the charisms of the Xaverian Brothers, students will internalize these values not only to better themselves, but also to leave a positive imprint on the world around them.
  2. A capable thinker, reader, writer and communicator. He/she will be able to apply the skills gained from both inside and outside the classroom to real world scenarios and other rigorous academic environments.
  3. Socially conscious and compassionate. Graduates will make decisions based on Catholic values and seek to better the world around him/her.

Graduates of Nazareth RHS will be:

Spiritual

Reflective  They give meaningful and thoughtful consideration to their learning experiences. They are able to understand where they succeeded as well as where they can improve.

Moral Our graduates understand how to differentiate between what is right from wrong, and have the conviction to take a clear stance on their belief.

Humble They will exercise humility in face of achievement and failure. While encompassing the teachings of Christ and the morals of the Xaverian Brotherhood, our graduates have learned to accept accolades without an excess of emotion and accept failure without an outpouring of defeat.

  • Capable Thinkers

Inquirers They develop a lifelong intellectual curiosity about the world and maintain a sense of wonder and imagination into their adult years. They also develop the necessary skill-sets to acquire the information they are curious about in the 21st century world.

Thinkers They apply thinking skills that are independent and critical as they approach new problems and new information.

Communicators They understand their ideas and express them thoughtfully and deliberately in either a public or private arena. Our graduates can do so in more than one language and are conscious of not only content, but also of the audience and purpose.

  • Socially Adept

Compassionate Our graduates show compassion for all members of society. This starts with strong listening skills and a foundation of understanding that every person you encounter has something valuable to offer.

Open-minded They understand and appreciate their own cultures, religions, and personal histories as well as respect and understand other cultures and religions. They graduate knowing that it is better to accept others’ beliefs than to tolerate others’ beliefs, because acceptance is the true definition of Christian values.

Proactive  Our graduates are leaders. They do not simply wait for opportunities to present themselves. They are taught to be assertive and to use tact in order to achieve their goals.

Consistently during the past four years, more than 95 percent of our graduates have attended two-and four-year colleges and received over $5 million in scholarship assistance. Some of the colleges where Nazareth students have been accepted and awarded scholarships were:

Adelphi University
Albright College
Boston University
Clarkson University
Colgate University
College of New Rochelle
Columbia University
Cornell University
Dowling College
Drexel University
Fordham University
Hofstra University
Howard University
Johnson and Wales University
LeMoyne College
Long Island University – Brooklyn
Long Island University – CW Post
Long Island University – Southampton
Loyola University (Maryland)
Loyola University (New Orleans)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Messiah College
Morehouse College
Neumann College New York University
Niagara University
Northeastern University
Pace University
Brown University
Canisius College
Central Connecticut State College
Penn State University
Polytechnic University
Rensselaer Institute of Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology
Roger Williams College
Rutgers University
Seton Hall University
St. Francis College
St. Francis University
St. John’s University
St. Joseph’s College NY
St. Peter’s College
SUNY Cobleskill
SUNY Binghamton
Syracuse University
Union College
University of Bridgeport
University of Hartford
University of Maryland
University of Notre Dame
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
University of Scranton
Washington and Jefferson College