Bishop Feehan High School
About Feehan

President's Welcome

Christopher Servant

Welcome to Bishop Feehan High School, one of New England's premier Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory schools located in Attleboro, Massachusetts.

Opened in 1961 under the leadership of the Sisters of Mercy, Bishop Feehan now boasts over 10,000 graduates, whose influence for the good can be felt throughout the world.  In fact, we have graduates living in all 50 states and in 7 foreign countries.

Throughout this site, you can read about Feehan’s academic excellence, our faith life and commitment to serving God and others, and our traditions of success in athletics and the arts. But just reading about Feehan or seeing pictures can never tell the whole story.  If you want to know Feehan, talk to our students, walk our halls, meet our amazing faculty or connect with one of our enthusiastic alums. It’s our people – the entire extended Feehan family – that make Feehan truly special.

For more than 50 years Feehan has been educating young people in a culture of faith and values.  And we’ll be doing the same – God willing – for decades and decades to come. We are creating servants and scholars and leaders by combining the best of our traditions with the best tools and tactics of 21st century education. Our graduates and their successes in all facets of life are our bottom-line.

To our alums – thank you for your support and prayers.  Our doors are open, and we can’t wait to connect again. We love to hear your updates and see you on Holcott.  Let us know how we can be of service to you.

To our current Shamrocks and our Shamrock families – thank you for trusting us with this important task.  Make Feehan yours.  Leap into all that makes Feehan so unique.

To our prospective Feehan families – call, write, tweet, visit. You name it. Take the time to give our school a real, personal look. Attend a game or a play. Come to Open House. Come for a private visit. We can’t wait to meet you and help you get to know what we know about our school.

Go Shamrocks!


Tim Sullivan ‘87