School News

Local nonprofit inspires a new generation of Nobel Laureates

December 10, 2012 | Deborah Becker

As part of the Nobel Laureate School Visits program, 2010 Nobel Prize-winning economist Peter Diamond recently met with students at the Pioneer Charter School of Science in Everett.

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Saugus to hold public hearing on charter school proposal

November 26, 2012 | Matt Tempesta

SAUGUS — A new charter school may be coming to Saugus next year, and

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Edward Brooke Charter School to make new home in former Savior High School

November 25, 2012

Facing a growing student body, Edward Brooke Charter School in East Boston, which opened earlier this year, has been looking for a new location with more space.

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Former mayor leads effort to open charter school in Brockton

November 25, 2012 | Silvana Vivas

The former Mayor of Brockton, John Yunits, is leading a group that is proposing to open Brockton's first charter public school.

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AMSA Qualifies for High School Quiz Show, Season 4

November 19, 2012 | Sam Bonacci

Advanced Math and Science Academy Public Charter School has advanced to compete on season four of 

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Charter school students honor veterans on Veterans Day

November 16, 2012 | Maureen Evans

Students from the Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School took part in Marlborough’s Veteran’s Day ceremony last month marking their 3rd year of participation. New this year, the students gave a vocal performance, singing “God Bless America." The performance was planned by AMSA middle school English Teacher, Mark Vital, who is a veteran.

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Charter School to Buy Former Savio High Site

November 14, 2012 | TImes Staff

Following a private developer’s decision to abandon his plans to build condos at the former Savio High School building, the Edward Brooke Charter School has stepped in and will make the former high school its new home

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Foxborough senior Mary Daly receives leadership award

November 14, 2012

Mary Daly, a senior at the Foxborough Regional Charter School, was awarded one of the 23 Peer Leadership Recognition awards given nationally for 2012. Josh Porter, a faculty member at FRCS, nominated Daly for this award at the beginning of October. The award presentations were held during the Peer Leadership Conference that was attended by 150 handpicked students from across the county.

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FRCS Senior Mary Daly Receives Leadership Award

November 13, 2012 | Jeremie Smith

District Attorney Michael W.

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