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My High School Was an Unusual Place, But It Was the Perfect Fit for Me

May 10, 2018 | Kayla Reeves

Most runners will tell you that finding the perfect pair of running shorts constitutes a special and all too rare victory.

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These Are the Best Public High Schools in Massachusetts

May 9, 2018 | HAYLEY GLATTER

Massachusetts’ schools are 

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Charter School made a difference

May 8, 2018 | Jonathan Chatinover and Beth O’Connor

To the Editor: On June 3, our son, Keith Chatinover, will graduate from Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School. It is with very heavy hearts that we close this chapter. Keith’s experience there has been a life changer.

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4 Rivers students tout civic engagement

May 4, 2018 | JOSHUA SOLOMON

GREENFIELD — Leading about 100 of his classmates down Main Street to the Common, chanting, “This is what democracy looks like,” Dylan Dubay, 17, was facilitating the walkout in March to protest gun violence at Four Rivers Public Charter School.

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PVPA students host upcycled fashion show at Eileen Fisher store

April 27, 2018 | SARAH ROBERTSON

NORTHAMPTON — An upcycled fashion show at the Eileen Fisher clothing store in downtown Northampton Friday was the result of a partnership with a local school through the store’s new initiative to take back and repurpose unwanted clothing.

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School’s 10-year project to collect 11 million stamps honors Holocaust victims

April 27, 2018 | Julia Preszler

Students and staff at Foxborough Regional Charter School have taken stamp collecting to a whole new level, recently completing a 10-year initiative to collect 11 million postage stamps — one for each person killed in the Holocaust.

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Teen publishes her first book of poetry

April 26, 2018 | Juri Love

A lot of people dream of publishing a book at some point in their lives. Tarah Agathe Valin, 17, a senior at Foxborough Regional Charter School, has already reached that milestone.

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Foxborough charter school collects 11 million stamps to honor Holocaust victims

April 22, 2018 | Alana Levene

Ten years ago, Foxborough Regional Charter School launched an effort to collect 11 million postage stamps to commemorate each life lost during the Holocaust.

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Junior coach, 10, shows peers how recess is about having fun, and a lot more

April 12, 2018 | Daniel Sheehan

It’s the penultimate day of spirit week at the Neighborhood House Charter School in Pope’s Hill, and under fifth-grader Nia Buyu’s sweatshirt is a custom tie-dye top that she modified herself.

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The charter school movement regroups and looks ahead

April 3, 2018 | Scot Lehigh

IT’S A BITTERSWEET WAY to celebrate the 25th birthday of this state’s education reform law.

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