Boston Green Academy
Boston Green Academy is a Horace Mann Charter School in the South Boston Educational Complex. With a focus on leadership, science, and global citizenship, and by replicating many of Fenway High School's successful practices, BGA prepares all students for success in college and the 21st century workforce.
A "green" theme connects all subjects. BGA enrolls about 340 students in grades 9-12 through a simple lottery process.
- Preparation for all students – especially those who have struggled – to be leaders in environmental stewardship and activism, to live their lives responsibly and sustainably, and to be prepared to succeed in the growing “green” economy
- “Green” theme woven through all courses Science courses including Physics, Biology, Chemistry and AP Environmental Science, as well as internships and projects
- Humanities courses that combine literacy and social studies
- Support course in literacy and math for 9th graders who need extra help
- Spanish as a world language required in grades 9-11
- Arts, sports and entrepreneurship
- After school tutoring, clubs, SAT preparation, student government, sports and internships
Admissions: Enrollment by lottery; all students living in Boston eligible to apply for grades 9-11; short application required. More information and application forms: www.bostongreenacademy.org