Boston Day and Evening Academy Charter School

BPS/District (Horace Mann Charter)9th-12th
20 Kearsarge Ave, Roxbury
Focused/Targeted Support
Focused/Targeted Support
State Level: Focused/Targeted Support

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Quick Facts

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Enrollment 404 Students
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Student/Teacher 17.5:1
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Uniform No
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Gender Coed
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Start/End Time 9:00am-2:45pm
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Phone Number 617-635-6789
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Email Address Contact School
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Enrollment

All Boston Public School (BPS) high schools are open to any student who lives in Boston, via open enrollment, application, or exam. Admission is based on a special application. Click Apply Online to go to the application.
Call 617-635-6789, ext. 102 for details on the application process.
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School Overview

Boston Day and Evening Academy is for students who are over-age for high school, who have had trouble with attendance issues, have been held back in eighth grade, who feel they are not getting the attention in class that they need to succeed, or who have dropped out but want to return to school to earn their diploma.

Boston Day and Evening Academy re-engages off-track students in their education preparing them for high school graduation, post-secondary success and meaningful participation in their community.

Highlights

  • Competency-based: students can graduate at one of four ceremonies held each year.
  • Personalized attention for all students, with supportive academic and enrichment programming, small student-teacher ratios, full time student support services, and counseling.
  • Vibrant atmosphere for students who have not experienced success in other schools.
  • Learning Lab staffed full time to help students catch up with missed work or accelerate their learning outside of the classroom.
  • College and career courses (Internship and enrichment program) offered throughout the week.
  • Support for strong home-school connections through advisory and student support team.
  • Emphasis on student agency, including taking responsibility for their own education and personal growth.
  • A Post Graduate Planning Center that involves students at enrollment in planning for life after high school.
  • Strong partnerships with arts and community organizations that help support student learning and Habits of Success.
  • Whole-school focus on strong relationships and listening to student “voice”.
  • Supportive, trauma-sensitive, respectful, welcoming, non-judgmental, joyful culture and climate.
  • Wrap-around student support services
  • Specialized in working with overage students.
  • Students maintain two organic urban gardens.
  • ESL in General Education.

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School Data

For more data on schools, please visit the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) website.

For schools with multiple campuses, the data below is the same across all schools in that network.

Please, note that performance data below only reflects the Next Generation MCAS results for schools who took both Next Generation MCAS and legacy MCAS tests. If the school offers a 10th grade, we encourage checking their legacy MCAS scores here.

Graduation Rate
All Students
11.2%
Students w/ Disabilities
7.3%
High Needs
9.9%
EL
11.8%
African American/Black
9.4%
Asian
-%
Hispanic/Latino
10.3%
Amer. Ind. or Alaska Nat.
-%
White
-%
Nat. Haw. or Pacif. Isl.
-%
Multi-Race, Non-Hispanic
-%
Student Performance
Teacher Retention Rate
School
83.3%
District
0%
State
86.9%
College Attendance Rate
All Students
41.9%
Students w/ Disabilities
47.1%
High Needs
45%
African American/Black
42.9%
Hispanic/Latino
-%
White
-%
Multi-Race, Non-Hispanic
-%
404
Total Enrollment
Student Diversity
Teacher Diversity
23.10
FTE Count

Enrollment

All Boston Public School (BPS) high schools are open to any student who lives in Boston, via open enrollment, application, or exam. Admission is based on a special application. Click Apply Online to go to the application.
Call 617-635-6789, ext. 102 for details on the application process.
Apply Online

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