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HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – Students from the Hampden Charter School of Science in Chicopee composed messages of appreciation and delivered them to veterans at the Holyoke Soldiers Home on Tuesday.Read More
LOWELL -- The Lowell Planning Board unanimously approved a site plan and special permit for expansion of the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell off outer Middlesex Street to become a K-12 school, with about 400 more students and a 92,778 square-foot addition in the works.Read More
Marlborough – Every morning at the Advanced Math and Science Academy (AMSA) in Marlborough, a rock ‘n’ roll “song of the day” blasts from loud speakers for three minutes when school starts at 8:05 a.m. Executive Director Dr.Read More
BOSTON — The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate welcomed more than 40 students from Dartmouth High School in Dartmouth and Edward Brooke Charter School in Dorchester recently for a 2½-hour immersive, educational program on the workings of the Senate.Read More
While schools across the city struggled with the new version of the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS), a Springfield charter school is celebrating its students' success on the test.
Mayor Walsh, Congressman Lynch, and other supporters of the school attended 10th annual Boston Collegiate Charter School dinner on Oct. 23.Read More
Today more than 200 Bostonians and UnitedHealthcare employees joined the New England Patriots and KaBOOM! to build a new playground at the Bridge Boston Charter School.Read More
Phoenix Academy, a charter public high school group that already has a relationship with Lawrence public schools, has been chosen by the state to move forward with an application to open a new school for students across the Merrimack Valley.Read More
The Holocaust Stamps Project at the Foxboro Regional Charter School was the brainchild of then-teacher Charlotte Sheer in 2009 with the goal of collecting 11 million stamps in memory of all Holocaust victims, not just the 6 million Jews who perished.
Students report for classes in old St. Greg’s High buildingRead More