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Student Clubs, After-School Partners, and Activities

Boston Green Academy offers numerous activities for students. In addition to our in-school clubs, which vary each year, BGA has partnerships with many community partners and organizations. Below are just some of the opportunities for students:


ACE Mentors - 9-12 program for students interested in architecture, engineering, and construction

Artward Bound - Bringing local voices of color to the forefront of the art industry

Big Brothers Big Sisters- mentoring for middle and high school students

Bikes Not Bombs - A variety of after school programs that connect students with biking and employment pathways that use bikes

BPS City League Sports in partnership with Brighton High School- Volleyball, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Football

Boston Cares - An agency that matches volunteers with people and organizations that need different kinds of assistance

Boston Nature Center - Outdoor programming at a wildlife sanctuary in Mattapan

Chica Project - Community program for women of color ages 14-18. The program runs from October - June

Community Rowing - Charles River Rowing programs for students aged 12-19

Debate Team - BGA participates in the Boston Debate League, one of the largest academic competitions in the city of Boston.

Eco Rise - Sustainability programs for students

Emerson Writes - Writing program for high school students

Franklin Park Zoo - Teen programs/ambassadorships and paid internship opportunities

​G.L.A.M. & Girls in Action- Girls leadership groups

GSA - Gender/Sexuality Alliance​

Homework Club - After-school academic support​

​International Service Learning Adventures - Community service culminating in an international trip during Project Week

Minds Matter - After school College Access program for first generation students

M.O.R.E. & Young Man with a Plan- Boys leadership groups

New England Aquarium - Teen programs for climate justice and internship opportunities

Outdoor Club - Service projects and overnight trips

Private Industry Council- Internships and employment support

STEP Team - A form of percussive dance in which rhythms & sounds are created through footsteps, spoken works and hand claps.

​Student Government - Elected every year, represent the student body with grade level representation.

Summer Search - College Access program for first generation students

Teens in Print - After school Journalims program for Boston students in 8th-12th grades

Thompson Island Outward Bound - Outdoor Education programs

Upward Bound (Boston University)

West End House - After School services and college support

YES (Youth Enrichment Services) - Outdoor leadership training and experiences for students

YMCA - Offers after school programs and clubs for grades 6 - 12

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