The College of the Holy Cross will hold its 40th annual Classics Day on Thursday, April 12. The day features a series of events relating to the study of Roman culture, and is designed to familiarize students with the Holy Cross classics department, its faculty, and current students.
This year nearly 500 students from 21 high schools all over New England have registered for the event. Participating high schools include: Acton-Boxborough High School, Boston College High School, Classical High School (Providence, R.I.), Cohasset High School, Doherty Memorial High School (Worcester), Holyoke High School, Hopkinton High School, Littleton High School, Lunenburg High School, Newman School (Boston), North Middlesex High School (Townsend), Portsmouth Abbey (Portsmouth, R.I.), Rectory School (Pomfret, Conn.), St. Sebastian’s School (Needham), Shrewsbury High School, Ursuline Academy (Dedham), Wachusett Reg. High School (Holden), Walpole High School, Wayland High School, Westminster School (Simsbury, Conn.), and Worcester Academy.
The schedule of events is as follows:
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