Grades
7-12

Year Founded
1645, in the reign of King Charles I

Headmaster
Kerry P. Brennan

Location
West Roxbury, Massachusetts (southwest section of Boston)

Enrollment
303 boys (90 from the City of Boston)

Students of Color
117 boys (38%)

Dress Code
Casual (several jacket-and-tie events per year)

Tuition
$33,200 (2018-19)

Students on Financial Aid
37% 

Average Financial Aid Grant
$24,093

Faculty
46 (15 have been at Roxbury Latin for 15 or more years)

Faculty with adv. degrees
74%

Student-Faculty Ratio
7:1

Average Class Size
13

Language Instruction
Latin, Greek, French, and Spanish

College Matriculation
100 percent

National Merit Awards
42% of the Class of 2018 received some level of recognition, including 11 finalists (2 winners), 11 semifinalists, and 9 letters of commendation.
AP Stats
83% of scores generated by the Class of 2018 were 4 or 5 (57% were 5)

Campus Size, Buildings
117-acre campus; includes Perry Building, Rousmaniere Hall, Smith Arts Center, Bauer Science Center, Albert H. Gordon Field House, Indoor Athletic Facility and Hennessy Rink, and Jarvis Refectory; eight athletic fields and 12 tennis courts

Endowment
$141 million

Sports
Cross country, Football, Soccer, Basketball, Hockey, Wrestling, Baseball, Lacrosse, Tennis, Track & Field (32 teams)

Activities
Chess, Classics Club, Debating and Public Speaking, Dramatics, Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students (ECOS), French Club, Spanish Club, Habitat for Humanity (RL Chapter), Model United Nations

Community Service
Class-by-class, and numerous school-wide local and international projects

Musical Groups
Glee Club, Latonics (a cappella), Junior Chorus, Jazz Band, chamber music ensembles

Student Publications
The Tripod newspaper, Yearbook, and Forum magazine (student arts)

Accreditation
New England Association of Schools and Colleges

Associations
International Boys’ Schools Coalition (http://www.theibsc.org/)
National Association of Independent Schools (http://www.nais.org/)
Association of Independent Schools in New England (http://www.aisne.org/)