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Christian Brothers High School is a private, college-preparatory high school. It is located within the Diocese of Sacramento and was founded by the De La Salle Christian Brothers in 1876. The school currently enrolls 1,076 students drawn from approximately 75 local parochial, private, and public elementary and middle schools. Christian Brothers High School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Education Association.
CBHS is affiliated with the National Education Council of Christian Brothers, the Christian Brothers' Secondary School Administrators' Association, the San Francisco District of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Saint Mary's College of California, the National Catholic Educational Association, California Scholarship Federation, National Honor Society, the California Association of Student Councils, Sierra Valley Conference, Sac-Joaquin Section of the California Interscholastic Federation, and the National Association for College Admission Counseling.
Christian Brothers' students enroll in a college-preparatory curriculum. Students are required to take seven classes each semester. CB offers regular college-prep classes, accelerated classes, honors classes, or advanced-placement (AP classes). 99-100% of CB graduates continue on to either a 4-year or a 2-year college.
Admission to CBHS is based on the student application, previous grades, the high school placement test, an interview, extracurricular activities, and teacher recommendation.
KBFT broadcasts a live, closed-circuit program to all students and staff as well as to a web audience three times per week. The "KBFT Morning News" is a ten to fifteen minute program that includes school announcements, world news, sports, weather and more. The show is run entirely by students. KBFT has received national recognition by STN, the Student Television Network, and has been ranked as the #1 high school news broadcast in the nation in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2008. KBFT was also awarded the number one live sports broadcast in the nation in 2007.
Several graduates of Christian Brothers High School who participated in KBFT have pursued careers in both television news and news media. Graduates have worked at local Sacramento stations KOVR, KCRA, Fox 40, KTXL, and the San Diego station KFMB.
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