Fontbonne Academy (FBA) is an all girls Catholic school in Milton, Massachusetts. Known for being the "fat chick" Catholic school in MA, FBA girls refuse to acknowledge the fact that right as they mention they go to FBA, any boy will stop liking them. Fontbonne is also known for it's old facilities and horrible campus. The uniform for FBA is not attractive either, a blue, yellow, or white polo accompanied by an ugly khaki skirt. Fontbonne's rival is NDA (Notre Dame Academy), another private Catholic school with a better campus, prettier girls, and better academics. The only good thing they have is their Drama program, but even that is declining.
BC High Boy 1: Uh I just scored the hottest chick from Fontbonne Academy.
BC High Boy 2: Damn you got the only one left! Bob and Dylan have the other two.
FBA Girl 1: We're playing NDA in Soccer today!
FBA Girl 2: I'm scared, they always beat us!
Fontbonne Academy is a small, private Roman Catholic college preparatory High School for girls, located in Milton, Massachusetts, USA. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. It was started in 1954 by the Sisters of St. Joseph. The school was fully accredited in 1959 by the New England Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. Accreditation has been consistently renewed for ten-year periods.
Enrollment has multiplied from 97 students in 1954 to more than 620 in 2004. The student body is drawn from more than 60 different cities and towns throughout the Greater Boston area. Supported by a challenging curriculum,a two-building campus with state-of-the-art science, technology and language labs, and a first-class faculty and staff, 99% of last year’s graduating class went on to college.
The Academy is named for Mother Saint John Fontbonne. The Congregation of Saint Joseph was disbanded during the French Revolution and was re-established in 1807 by Mother Saint John Fontbonne in Lyons, Frances.
* 99% of graduates go to 4-year colleges.
* 7 AP Courses: Art portfolio, Biology, Calculus, English, French, Spanish, and U.S. history.
* Foreign language(s) taught: French, Latin and Spanish. (2 credits of one language are required for graduation)
* Students are required to complete one hundred hours (25 hours per year) of service outside of school to fulfill graduation requirements
* Standardized tests used to evaluate applicants:...