Christian Brothers Academy (New Jersey)


Christian Brothers Academy (New Jersey)
Christian Brothers Academy
Address
850 Newman Springs Road
Lincroft, NJ (Monmouth County), 07738
Coordinates 40°20′12″N 74°8′19″W / 40.33667°N 74.13861°W / 40.33667; -74.13861Coordinates: 40°20′12″N 74°8′19″W / 40.33667°N 74.13861°W / 40.33667; -74.13861
Information
Type Private, Preparatory, All-Male
Motto Religio Mores Cultura
(Religion, Morals, Culture)
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic,
De La Salle Christian Brothers
Established 1959
President Br. Frank Byrne, FSC '75[1]
Principal Br. James Butler, FSC[1]
Asst. Principal Peter Santanello (academic affairs)
R. Ross Fales (student affairs)[1]
Chaplain Rev. John Folchetti
Faculty 62.9[2]
Grades 912
Enrollment 956[2]  (2009-10)
Student to teacher ratio 15.2:1[2]
Campus Suburban
Campus size 180 acres (0.73 km2)
Color(s) Navy and White[3]             
Athletics conference Shore Conference[3]
Nickname Colts[3]
Accreditation(s) Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools[4]
Average SAT scores 1214
Publication Arister (literary magazine)
Newspaper 'The Academy Torch'
Yearbook 'Pegasus'
Tuition $12,800
Website

Christian Brothers Academy (also known as CBA or "The Academy"), located in the Lincroft section of Middletown Township, New Jersey, is a private, all-boys college preparatory school with a focus on Christian education run by the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, founded by St. John Baptist de la Salle. The school was originally a farm owned by the prominent Whitney family of New York City, and home to their renowned Greentree Stable. The land was eventually given to the Christian Brothers for the purpose of teaching. The school opened for the first time in September 1959 and was blessed by the Bishop of Trenton on October 11, 1959. Christian Brothers Academy operates independently from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton and is governed by a board of trustees.

As of the 2009-10 school year, the school had an enrollment of 956 students and 62.9 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 15.2.[2]

The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools since 1967.[4]

Contents

Awards and recognition

During the 1983-84 academic year, Christian Brothers Academy was recognized with the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence by the United States Department of Education,[5] the highest award an American school can receive.[6][7] Christian Brothers Academy graduates attend a range of well-respected colleges and universities. Recent members of the senior class are reporting acceptances to the Harvard University, Yale University, Princeton University, Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, Dartmouth College, St. John's University, Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, Brown University, University of Chicago, Duke University, University of Virginia, University of Notre Dame, Georgetown University, Boston College, Villanova University, University of Michigan, George Washington University, Rutgers and Colgate University.[8]

History

Christian Brothers Academy was founded in 1958, when a group of devoted laymen, including Doctor George A. Sheehan, realized the need for another Catholic high school in Monmouth County. With the approval of the Bishop, they initiated a drive to raise funds for the purchase of a piece of property. The Brothers of the Christian Schools, under the leadership of their Provincial, Brother Anthony John Halpin, agreed to staff the school and finance its construction.

The former Whitney Greentree Stables, a 157-acre (0.64 km2) farm, was purchased and one building was converted into what is now Henderson Hall. With six Brothers and 150 students, the school was opened in September, 1959; two years later the new school building was finished and ready for occupancy. The school has had seven principals since then:

  1. Brother Bernard McKenna, FSC (1959–1965);
  2. Brother Stephen McCabe, FSC (1965–1972);
  3. Brother Peter Mannion, FSC (1972–1979);
  4. Brother Andrew O'Gara, FSC (1979–1991); (Brother Andrew O' Gara left the office of Principal of CBA to become its first President.)
  5. Brother Ralph Montedoro, FSC (1991–2005);
  6. Brother Stephen Olert, FSC (2005–2008);
  7. Brother James Butler, FSC (2008–present);

Over the years, the school has undergone many additions and renovations, including the building of the Henderson Theater, three science labs, two large gyms, and extra classrooms. The school's Christian emphasis is noted by a sign in the lobby which reads: "Jesus is the reason for this school, the unseen but ever present teacher in its classes, the model of the faculty and the inspiration of its students." Before school begins and at the start of every class, prayers are offered in the Lasallian manner, beginning "Let us remember we are in the Holy Presence of God" and ending with the invocations, "St. John Baptist de La Salle, pray for us." "Live Jesus in our Hearts. Forever!"

Academics

Small class sizes matched with rigorous academic expectations and Catholic nuance make Christian Brothers Academy a unique educational institution. The Advanced Placement program offers the following courses: AP Art History, AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP English Language and Composition, AP English Literature and Composition, AP Environmental Science, AP European History, AP French Language, AP Human Geography, AP Latin: Vergil, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Psychology, AP Spanish Language, AP Statistics, AP United States History, and AP World History.[1]

In addition to the 21 AP course offered at Christian Brothers Academy, the institution offers nearly ninety other courses that spread throughout the disciplines.

In order to receive a diploma, a student must successfully complete four years of each of the following: English, Health, and Theology. He must also complete three years of the following courses: History, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Science, and Physical Education. Furthermore, students are required to complete two years of Computer Science.

Students who excel in CBA and who meet particular standards of academics, service, leadership, and character may apply for entry to the National Honor Society.

Extracurricular activities

Some activities at CBA include:

  • Academic: Academic Team, Mathematics Team, Science Team, National Honor Society
  • Art/Literature: Academy Torch (Newspaper), Arister (Literary Magazine), Pegasus (Yearbook)
  • Performing Arts: Chorus, Jazz Band, Pegasus Productions (Theater), Rebel Pirates
  • Foreign Language: Spanish Club, Spanish National Honor Society, French Club, French National Honor Society, Italian Culture Society, Latin Honor Society, Classical Culture Society, Celtic Society
  • Outdoor Activities: Sailing Club, Surf Club, Landscaping-Engineering-Architecture and Design Club, SCUBA Club, Ski Club, and the Rugby Club as of 2010
  • Politics/Law: Student Council, Junior Statesmen Of America, Mock Trial, Model U.N.
  • Religious: Theological Debate Society, Saint Brother Benilde Vocations Club
  • Other: Future Business Leaders of America, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Chess Club and Team, Sci-Fi Club, Comic Book and Anime Club, Video Game Club, Squash Club, Ping-Pong Club,

Chess: The CBA chess team won the shore title in 2003, 2006 and again in 2007. In 2007, the team won the New Jersey State Championship as it also did in 1980 and 1985. The team also placed 14th in 2007 at the U1500 at the National High School Chess Tournament in Kansas City, Missouri.[9]

The school offers the Lasallian Youth program, a way for students to perform service to surrounding areas within the context of the spirituality of the school's patron, St. La Salle.

Athletics

The Christian Brothers Academy Colts compete in the Shore Conference, an athletic conference made up of private and public high schools centered at the Northern Jersey Shore.[10] All schools in this conference are located within Monmouth County and Ocean County, operating under the jurisdiction of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA).[11]

Christian Brothers Academy was recognized in 2011 by the NJSIAA as the Group A winner of the Eighth Annual ShopRite Cup with first place finishes in Cross Country, Swimming, Indoor Track & Field Relays, Indoor Group Track & Field and Golf, second place in both Ice Hockey and Outdoor Track & field, third place finishes in Wrestling (tied) and Tennis (tied), plus an additional six points awarded for having no disqualifications in the fall and spring seasons.[12]

Baseball

Under the direction of Head Coach Martin Kenny, the Colts have been a dominant force in New Jersey high school baseball since circa 1975. Most recently, Coach Kenny earned his 600th career win over Wall High School.[13] Dozens of former Colts are currently playing NCAA Division I, II, & III Baseball.

Varsity Baseball Championships:

  • State: '77, '09 (with 8-5 win vs. Delbarton School[14])
  • Parochial "A" South: '77, '01, '02, 09
  • Shore Conference Tournament: '93, '00, '01, '02
  • Shore Conference "A" North Division: '92, '93, '94, '97, '00, '01, '02, 09
  • Monmouth County Tournament: '94, '97, '00
Basketball

The team has reached the Final Four of the Shore Conference Tournament in all but five years since their inclusion, and have not lost a home game to a division opponent in almost ten years. However, the Colts Neck Cougars ended that streak in December 2006 with a 33-point victory over the Colts. They were dominant in recent years, including a national ranking of #11 in USA Today's final 1999-2000 rankings.[15] The team has sent numerous players to Division I programs. Forward Dan Werner won New Jersey Player of the Year on NJ.com for 2006.[16] Coach Ed Wicelinski retired after 27 years and a 625-116 record. Geoff Billet, CBA '95 was named the head basketball coach on August 1, 2007. .[17] The team has won the NJSIAA Non-Public, South A state sectional champions in 2005 (with a 49-43 win vs. St. Augustine College Preparatory School[18]), 2006 (with a 51-47 over Monsignor Donovan High School[19]) 2007 (42-37 over Camden Catholic High School[20]), and in 2009 over Holy Spirit High School by a score of 64-36 for the program's 17th sectional title.[21] In 2010 the Colts won their 16th Shore Conference Tournament title with a 60-44 win against Middletown High School South.[22]

Crew

The team was founded in 2004 by Volodar Lojko, Rutgers University and CBA alumnus and former teacher of English at Christian Brothers Academy. In the founding year of the program, it won its first New Jersey State Scholastic Rowing Championships in the Novice 4+ event.[23] In the 2006 season, the team gained national recognition when its newly formed Lightweight 4+ placed 2nd at the Scholastic Rowing Nationals in Saratoga, New York.[24] The Junior 4+ won the New Jersey State Scholastic Championships in 2008. The varsity double took 2nd place at the 2008 Stotesbury Cup, the largest high school regatta in the nation. In 2009, CBA won the senior 1x event at the New Jersey Scholastic Championships.In the 2011 Spring Season, the Lightweight 4+ placed second at the Stotesbury Cup and placed 1st in Nationals in Camden, NJ. Currently, the team is recognized as a varsity sport under the coaching of Scott Belford (also a Rutgers University alumnus).

Cross Country

The Cross Country team, coached by Thomas Heath assisted by Christopher Bennett, holds the national high school record for consecutive dual meet wins, which had reached 315 as of October 2011. The streak dates back to September 19, 1974. Currently, the team is 1st in New Jersey, and 1st in the United States.[25][26] The team won its 311th consecutive meet as of September 16, 2011.[citation needed]

Track

Coached by Karl Torchia, the track team is known for its dominance in New Jersey. The track program has more titles at the county, state, and national level than any other sports in the school combined.

Golf

The golf team is coached by Timothy Sewnig. The golf team won the state championship in 2005.

Lacrosse

Coached by Dave Santos. Won the Shore Conference four times ('05,'06,'08 and '09). In '07 they made a run in the state playoffs and lost in the championship to Delbarton.

Soccer

The soccer team has won five state championships, in 1992, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2011. Coach Daniel Keane has over 400 victories in his career, a Shore Conference record. The 2011 Team recorded a straight winning season 21-0-0 and won all titles - Shore Conference Champs, Sectional Champs and Non-Public State Cup. The 1998 recorded an undefeated season over the course of twenty-three games, and with a record of 21-0-2, the Colts were champions of four titles: A-North Champions, Shore Conference Champions, Parochial A South Champions, and Parochial A State Champions. The 2007 team won the South A state sectional championship with a 3-1 win over Gloucester Catholic High School in the tournament final.[27]

Swimming

The CBA Swim Team has been the Monmouth County and Shore Conference Champions for 19 years in a row coached by Michael Sullivan. Additionally, they also won a state championship in 1998. Notable CBA swimmers are 2000 Summer Olympics bronze medalist Tom Wilkens, and professional baseball player Vito Chiaravalloti, who is the new varsity swim coach as of October 2008. The CBA swim team is a consistent contender in the state championship race, having gotten to the Non-public A championship for the past several years. The 2009-2010 swim team went 12-0 and captured their second ever State Championship topping St. Augustine Prep School 86-84. Also the team was the fastest in CBA school history and also the first team to finish top ranked in New Jersey. In 2011 the team took their 21st Shore Conference and Monmouth County Champions victories and also became the first team in CBA history to win back to back State Championships, defeating St. Joseph (Metuchen) 92-78.[28]

Wrestling

In 2005-06, the team went 17-4 and made it to the division Finals; the Colts finished ranked 15th in New Jersey and had one state placewinner. The Colts had four district champions and advanced eight to the region 6 tournament. David Santamaria (class of 1998) placed 2nd in the New Jersey high school state wrestling tournament three years in a row; Kevin Mount (class of 1999) placed 4th in the New Jersey high school state wrestling tournament his senior year. Coach Michael Baldi, who had been fired from the Toms River school system for selling drugs to students [29] , recently retired after years of service. The new head coach is Michael Tomaino who received his first career victory as the head coach in the opening match of the 2006-07 season. The team ended with a 14-10 record with three 20-match winners and James Beshada set a school record of 41 single season victories.

In the 2007-08 season, the Colt wrestlers finished second in District 22, beating state-ranked Raritan High School, and coming within one place of beating Ocean Township High School for the championship. CBA sent nine wrestlers to the Region tournament, and had 12 of 14 notch wins in districts. They finished their dual meet season with a record of 14-12, and beat traditional rival St. John Vianney High School 35-22 to send them to the Sectional Semi-finals of the Non-Public A South NJSIAA Tournament where they lost to Camden Catholic High School, 35-19. Their season was capped by a 5th in the State finish by Senior Captain Joe Favia. This is the third consecutive season the Colts placed a wrestler in the state tournament.

Volleyball

Coached by Monica Slattery (Varsity). Volleyball is a relatively new sport at CBA, and participated in the Shore Conference Tournament in 2009.

Hockey

Coached by Ryan Boagan, the CBA varsity hockey team enjoyed a successful season and now is in the state playoffs.

Notable alumni

Notable faculty

  • Gary Cappetta (born 1952), longtime ring announcer for WWE and WCW.[43]
  • Vito Chiaravalloti, professional baseball player.

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  2. ^ a b c d Data for Christian Brothers Academy, National Center for Education Statistics. Accessed June 17, 2011.
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  4. ^ a b Christian Brothers Academy, Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools. Accessed June 17, 2011.
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