Laboure College confirmed that they are moving to Milton. They have purchased the former Aquinas College property at 303 Adams Street. Laboure focuses on education in the nursing and health sciences.
They purchased the property, which abuts Fontabonne Academy, from the sisters of St. Joseph. Sister Rosemary Brennan, CSJ, President of the Sisters of St. Joseph said, “We are happy that the Sisters of St. Joseph have found a new owner who will use this parcel of property to continue the mission of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Boston. We are confident that Labouré College will be a good neighbor whose mission is compatible with that of the Sisters of St. Joseph.”
Labouré will renovate the building and create a new campus with modern facilities to benefit current and future students. The new facility is located only 1.3 miles from Labouré’s current location. Labouré will begin renovations to 303 Adams Street this summer and begin the move to the new campus in the spring of 2013.
“The college community is excited about the move to 303 Adams Street,” Labouré President Maureen Smith commented. “We are blessed to have found a location that will provide us the room we need to grow while remaining part of the Lower Mills community. We look forward to working with our new neighbors at Fontbonne Academy and the Sisters of St. Joseph.”