NEW BEDFORD — Jim Stevens, CEO and founder of GiftsToGive, joined dozens of New Bedford families and staff of Alma del Mar Charter School recently to help conduct the school’s annual enrollment lottery.Read More
With state and now national honors under her belt, she’s teaching other schools what she knows about how students can change the world.
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
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
The Conservatory Lab Charter School has purchased land on Columbia Road near Uphams Corner with plans to build a new school building on the property. The school filed its initial plans with the Boston Planning and Redevelopment Authority on Aug. 31.Read More
Three new charter schools, with room for 1,160 students, have been proposed for Haverhill, Lawrence, and Lynn, while the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education also is considering the KIPP charter school’s request to add 1,014 students in Lynn.Read More