Partnerships

Partners get us up the mountain, across the lake, down to business, and into new and exciting adventures.  Partnerships are created every day on every level, both generically and with intent.  At BGA, we have so many important and meaningful partnerships that we sometimes forget that these wonderful people are not actually part of the school; instead, they choose to lean in and help us provide our students and families with the best possible education and enrichment options.  The list below will never be complete, as we are constantly adding organizations and individuals to our growing family. BGA is proud to partner with the following organizations to serve our students:

Appalachian Mountain Club - Outdoor, exploration, leadership

Arbour Counseling - Individual, in school counseling

AVID - Academic strategies for college preparation

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts - In school mentoring of high risk youth

Boston Bikes - Provides bikes, helmets and gear to students during Project Week

Boston vs Bullies - Encourages students to learn about bullying and bullying prevention

Boston Cares - Facilitating corporate community service to support our school

Boston College School of Social Work - Provides social and emotional support for students

Boston Debate League - Urban debate league for middle and high school students

Boston Nature Center - Green elective programming for students

Boston University School of Education - Placing student teachers at BGA and supporting our summer reading and writing program

Boston Private Industry Council (PIC) - Provides career development and counseling to students

City Year - Volunteer mentors in-school throughout the year

Community Rowing - physical education program to encourage rowing crew

College Advising Corp (Boston University)- Provides students with financial aid and college access services

Doc Wayne Youth Services - Sports Therapy

Eliot School of the Arts - Visual arts programming

Facing History and Ourselves - Curriculum and professional development

Harvard Graduate School of Education - Internship site and program partner

Harvard Medical School/P.E.A.R. - Provides social/emotional curriculum

Quest Adventures - Support for international service learning trips

Quincy College - Dual enrollment program for college credit

Scholar Athletes - Academic support, health and wellness

STRIVE Boston - Developing independence and job-related skills for Students with Disabilities

Talent Search - College access program for low-income, first generation students

Thompson Island Outward Bound - Outdoor exploration and leadership

UAspire - Provides financial aid services and support to graduating students and families

Upward Bound Boston University - Provides students with academic, college access and financial aid support, and works with students and families to increase college opportunities

Vertex Pharmaceuticals - Access to public learning lab for science support

Very Special Arts - Artistic programs for Students with Disabilities

West End House Boys & Girls Club - Allston/Brighton community center

Writing Revolution - Professional development to support the teaching of writing in classes

Young Man with a Plan - Cross-school network to support Young Men of Color

Our Mission

Boston Green Academy welcomes diverse students of all abilities, educates and empowers them to succeed in college and career, and prepares them to lead in the sustainability of our community and world.

BOSTON GREEN ACADEMY
20 Warren Street
Brighton, MA 02135
617 635-9860 (phone)
617 635-9858 (fax)
info@bostongreenacademy.org
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Boston Green Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental of physical disability, age, ancestry, athletic performance, special need, proficiency in the English language or a foreign language, or prior academic achievement.