Apply to BGA

Boston Green Academy Wants You! We are now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year. We will enroll a new 6th grade class and new students in grades 7-11 until all seats are filled. Boston Green Academy is a Boston Public School open to all students residing in the City of Boston. Our school offers: • Preparation for college and the workforce, especially green careers • Extended school day, Advanced Placement courses, arts, full sports program, technology, college advising • Over 40 partnerships including: Big Brothers/Big Sisters, City Year, Boston University, Boston Debate League, Boston Scholar Athletes, and more • Rigorous graduation requirements that exceed the Boston Public Schools • Safe and supportive learning environment and dedicated staff • Strong social and academic supports • A commitment to families and student of all backgrounds- everyone is welcome at BGA! Please visit our website: How to apply: 1) Fill out student and family information below. 2) Seats are limited. Apply immediately! The first application deadline is Friday, February 15th, 2019 at 4:00PM. Our public lottery will be held February 27th, 2019 at 4:00PM in our library located at Boston Green Academy. We accept additional students after the first deadline until all seats are filled- applications are welcome all year! For further questions, please call us by phone: (617) 635-9860 (Main Office) (857) 891-1742 (Enrollment Coordinator)


Applications are now available in other languages!


Haitian Creole





Enrollment eligibility is met if:

  • the student is a resident of Boston, and
  • the student has successfully completed (or is expected to successfully complete) the grade preceding the grade to which he/she seeks admission.

The charter school law, M.G.L. c.79, s. 81, provides a sibling preference provision that gives siblings of enrolled students preference over non-siblings in enrollment. A full description of our enrollment policy is available at the school and is on file at the Charter School Office of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.


Contact Dre Woodberry at or 857-891-1742.