Where is Cleveland are you from? I grew up in Euclid, Ohio and went to St. Williams then on to Villa Angela Academy. My brother went to St Josephs. Would love to learn if you are from the area. There are some great Catholic schools near Boston, gut a lot depends on your price range. I am currenlty living in Wellesley and belong to St. John the Evangelist Church They have a great school and our Church is very family oriented.....can't rave about it enough. As previously mentioned, Needham is great and has St. Joseph's.
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Another well-established all-female Catholic School is Mount St. Joseph in Brighton, another Boston neighborhood.
Be reassured, that there are likely many good options out there for cities and towns that would be reasonable for your family.
@Karen- I live in Hudson, so not to far from Euclid. Small world!
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The question is what price range you plan to spend on your new home, or are you planning to rent? Of course, living and having an office in Newton, I have a bias for the Newton/Wellesley area where there are several of both elementary and High Schools as well as integrated first gender separated schools.
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There is not a better community or location then Needham. Its as Norman Rockwell as you can get. There is a catholic school called St Josephs, those that attend it, love it. But there are many Catholic schools and some other very good communities. I guess the main issue is what price range do you feel comfortable with.
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