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Re: High school

You spelled xaverian incorrectly

Re: High school

Slightly suspicious of this question. All schools within reasonable driving distance of Metrowest area with exception of SJP. Also huge difference between ISL and MIAA Catholic and not just talking hockey.

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Huge difference is ISL PG 19 year olds and three or four lines that can play instead of two.

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anon
Huge difference is ISL PG 19 year olds and three or four lines that can play instead of two.
Comment is five years out of date. Number of schools don't rely on PGs any more, the repeat 9th/11th grader is the New Normal, and only top 2 lines/pair play meaningful minutes at top Prep.

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Huge difference is ISL PG 19 year olds and three or four lines that can play instead of two.

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There are no "PGs" in the ISL. They might enter as a repeat soph or junior but the ISL does not accept PGs.

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Anon
Planning ahead . Choices saint johns ( Shrewsbury )
Saint johns ( Danvers ) saint marks ( southboro ) xavarian ( Westwood )
C m ( West Roxbury ) .. have one year to decide .. son ‘s grades are honors ... good hockey player (d) .. thoughts ?
No one is answering your question. St. Marks

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Who Dat?
Anon
Planning ahead . Choices saint johns ( Shrewsbury )
Saint johns ( Danvers ) saint marks ( southboro ) xavarian ( Westwood )
C m ( West Roxbury ) .. have one year to decide .. son ‘s grades are honors ... good hockey player (d) .. thoughts ?
No one is answering your question. St. Marks
I'm sorry, is there another ISL school listed other than St. Marks?

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If the $ isn't an issue, and the academics are important, St. Mark's is a great option. Playing ISL as a freshman is difficult/rare, but it can be done. (St. Mark's had two freshman play regular minutes this year and had three the year before that.) Keep in mind, though, that your kid will need to play another sport in the fall and spring.