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For over 90 years, Malden Catholic has shaped generations of emerging leaders. Our graduates, formed and guided by our Xaverian Brothers values, are young men and women inspired and prepared to flourish in the world they are called to lead and make better.

With your support, Our Essential Future Campaign will transform our campus, strengthen and expand our programs, and propel us forward to realize our great mission for decades to come.

Pillar 1: Establish a 7th and 8th Grade Program

In response to the demand from our current families, we are delighted to inaugurate Phase 1 of MC's progressive academic expansion. This pivotal phase will build upon the remarkable 80% surge in enrollment and the success of our codivisional model. Our goal is to extend the Xaverian Brothers educational experience to 7th and 8th-grade education, laying a strong foundation that transitions students into MC's college-preparatory high school programs.

In Phase 1, we're constructing a 7th and 8th grade learning environment that includes:

  • 12 cutting-edge classrooms and state-of-the-art lab spaces
  • A spacious dining hall designed to create a welcoming space for students 
  • Modern office facilities to support administrative needs and student services


Pillar 2: Elevate MC's Athletic Facilities

With three consecutive Boys Basketball MIAA State Championships and a growing athletic program featuring over 28 diverse sports and 56 teams, MC stands at the forefront of athletic achievement. To continue this legacy and support our student-athletes' growth, leadership, and success, we recognize the imperative of expanding our athletic facilities. Our goal is to ensure that every athlete has access to the resources they need to thrive and reach their full potential.

Phase 2 will see the creation of MC's premier athletic facilities, including:

  • A 30,000 square-foot indoor turf field, providing a versatile space for various sports and activities.
  • A 6,000 square-foot basketball court, designed to inspire teamwork, skill development, and competitive spirit.
  • A cutting-edge wellness center equipped with a state-of-the-art weight room, promoting physical fitness and well-being among our student body.

Pillar 3: Expand MC's Academic Programs

Phase 3 of our academic expansion program is dedicated to meeting the increasing demand among our students for MC's STEM, Entrepreneurship, and Financial Literacy programs. This phase will enable MC to reinforce our existing internship program, providing over 200 MC students annually with opportunities to engage in STEM research, host entrepreneurship venture competitions, invite business speakers, and foster a competitive DECA competition team.

Phase 3 includes the creation of cutting-edge learning spaces, including:

  • Establishing a Biomedical Engineering lab, which will facilitate the addition of more biomedical classes within MC's Project Lead the Way Program.
  • Dedicated classrooms for Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy, which will expand on the growth of MC's Business Program.

For more information about 7th and 8th grade enrollment at 50 Crystal Street, please contact Matthew O'Neil '99 at

Please contact the Malden Catholic Advancement team for more information:

Thank You to Our Committee Members:

  • Honorary Campaign Chairs: Dr. Eugene F. Fama '56 and Sallyann (Dimeco) GC'56 and Ted Legasey '63 and Tricia (McNamara) GC'63
  • Campaign Co-Chairs: James R. Donovan Hon'11, Robert F. Higgins '64, Joseph J. O’Donnell '62, Richard L. Sumberg '64
  • Board Chair: Mason S. Tenaglia '74
  • Malden Catholic President: John K. Thornburg
  • Campaign Steering Committee: Patricia McWade GC’65, Rosemary (Boland) Phalen GC’69, Brian J. Walsh ’84 P’16, ’18, ’20
  • Campaign Leadership Committee: Mark T. Cannon ’73, Richard F. Connolly, Jr. ’57, Alicia Cooney P’21, Paul T. Fitzgerald, Esq. ’81, Joseph J. Keough ’88, Daniel J. Lawler ’84, Daniel Passacantilli ’90, Mark J. Sullivan ’83
  • Parent Leadership Committee: Stephen J. Byrne ’95, P’24, ’26, Benjamin Marino P’22, ’24, Colleen McGlynn Moody P’24, Craig Spadafora ’91, P’26, ’27, Peter Van Dorpe P’27