Thank you for your interest in Christian Brothers Academy. This is a time of great excitement and promise at Christian Brothers Academy. Located on our 126 acre campus at 12 Airline Drive in Albany, our facility boasts a safe, secure environment for our students to learn and flourish. The mission of the Christian Brothers has a proud tradition of educational excellence since 1859 to be fostered for generations to come.
Christian Brothers Academy has much to offer the young men of the Capital District area. The mission of the Christian Brothers is as strong today as it was back in 1859: to instill Christian values and to provide a demanding academic program within the Lasallian tradition. CBA is committed to meeting the needs of the individual, to develop his full potential and to guide him toward a role as a leader and contributing member of society.
This is accomplished through an outstanding academic program that boasts a 100% college acceptance rate since 1980. Our academic program offers Regents-based courses including an Honors program and an extensive number of Advanced Placement courses for college credit. Our school facility offers state-of-the-art fiber-optic wiring linked in every classroom, modern science labs, an athletic program that competes at the highest level of competition under the guidelines of Section 2 and New York State. CBA also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities established to meet the interests of our students.
Christian Brothers Academy is also the only Catholic high school in the area to offer a JROTC program which has obtained the highest ranking from the United States Department of the Army, “Honor Unit with Distinction.” Character development and leadership are obtained through participation in this program.
School Visits: The best way for a student to experience CBA is to come and spend a school day visiting classes, meeting our faculty and students and going through a normal school day. A school visit is the best way for a student to find out if CBA is the right school for him. Lunch will be provided by the school. Students entering grades 6 through 11 should contact Brian O’Connell, at 518-452-9809 ext. 105.
Quick Contact Info
Director of Alumni Relations and Admissions: Brian O’Connell
Phone Number: 452-9809 ext. 105