2300 Washington St.
Roxbury, Massachusetts 02119

Phone:  617-635-8313
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Enrollment:  55114 ('13-'14)

Adams Elementary
Alighieri Montessori
Another Course to College
Baldwin Early Learning Pilot Academy
Bates Elementary
Beethoven Elementary
Blackstone Elementary
Boston Adult Technical Academy
Boston Arts Academy
Boston Collaborative High
Boston Community Leadership Academy
Boston Day and Evening Academy
Boston Green Academy
Boston International High
Boston Latin Academy
Boston Latin School
Boston Teachers Union K-8 Pilot
Bradley Elementary
Brighton High
Burke High
Carter School
Central Office - Accountability
Central Office - Alternative Education
Central Office - Capital Planning Unit
Central Office - Chief Academic Officer
Central Office - Development
Central Office - Equity
Central Office - Family & Student Engagement
Central Office - Finance
Central Office - Food & Nutrition Services
Central Office - Innovation
Central Office - Office of Data and Accountability
Central Office - Office of Human Capital
Central Office - Office of Instructional & Information Technology
Central Office - Office of Multilingual & Multicultural Education
Central Office - Special Education
Central Office - Transportation
Central Office - Turnaround and Transformation
Channing Elementary
Charlestown High
Chittick Elementary
Clap Elementary
Community Academy
Community Academy of Science and Health
Condon K-8
Conley Elementary
Curley K-8
Dearborn STEM Academy
Dever Elementary
Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter
East Boston EEC
East Boston High
Edison K-8
Eliot K-8
Ellis Elementary
Ellison-Parks EES
English High
Everett Elementary
Excel High
Fenway High
Frederick Pilot Middle
Gardner Pilot Academy
Greater Egleston High
Greenwood K-8
Grew Elementary
Guild Elementary
Hale Elementary
Haley Pilot
Harvard-Kent Elementary
Haynes EEC
Henderson K-12 Inclusion
Hennigan K-8
Hernandez K-8
Higginson Inclusion K0-2
Higginson-Lewis K-8
Holmes Elementary
Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Hurley K-8
Irving Middle
Jackson-Mann K-8
Kennedy Academy for Health Careers
Kennedy, JF Elementary
Kennedy, PJ Elementary
Kenny Elementary
Kilmer K-8
King K-6
Lee Academy
Lee K-8
Lyndon K-8
Lyon High
Lyon K-8
Madison Park Technical Vocational High
Manning Elementary
Mason Elementary
Mather Elementary
Mattahunt Elementary
McKay K-8
McKinley Schools
Mendell Elementary
Mildred Avenue K-8
Mission Hill K-8 Pilot
Mozart Elementary
Muniz Academy
Murphy K-8
New Mission High
Newcomers Academy
O'Bryant School of Math & Science
O'Donnell Elementary
Ohrenberger 3-8
Orchard Gardens K-8 Pilot
Otis Elementary
Perkins Elementary
Perry K-8
Philbrick Elementary
Quincy Elementary
Quincy Upper
Road to Success at Charlestown High
Roosevelt K-8
Russell Elementary
Shaw Elementary
Snowden International High
Sumner Elementary
Taylor Elementary
TechBoston Academy
Timilty Middle
Tobin K-8
Trotter K-6
Tynan Elementary
Umana Academy
UP Academy Boston
UP Academy Dorchester
UP Academy Holland
Warren-Prescott K-8
West Zone ELC
Winship Elementary
Winthrop Elementary
Young Achievers K-8
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS Fifield Elementary
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - Boston Middle School Academy
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS Marshall Elementary
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS Mattahunt Elementary
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS MPHCommerce Academy
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS MPHCrafts Academy
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS MPHFreshman Academy
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS MPHHealth Academy
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS Rogers Middle
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - BPS The Harbor School
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - Dorchester Academy
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - Edwards Middle
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - Greenwood, E Leadership Acad
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - McCormack Middle
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - McKinley Middle St Mary
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - Roland Hayes Div of Music
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - West Roxbury Academy
ZZHistorical DO NOT USE - West Roxbury and Urban Science Academy at the Irving

Administrative Offices
Boston Public Schools Office of Human Capital

Other Locations

Welcome to Boston Public Schools Office of Human Capital!
Academic Excellence for Every Child
As the birthplace of public education in this nation, the Boston Public Schools is committed to transforming the lives of all children through exemplary teaching in a world-class system of innovative, welcoming schools. We partner with the community, families, and students to develop in every learner the knowledge, skill, and character to excel in college, career, and life.

Our responsibility is to ensure every child has great teachers and great school leaders. In the Boston Public Schools we tailor instruction to meet the individual needs of every student. Together, we are:

Strengthening teaching and school leadership
Replicating success and turning around low- performing schools?
Deepening partnerships with parents, students, and the community?
Redesigning district services for effectiveness, efficiency, and equity
By securing new flexibilities and resources, we have intervened in our lowest-performing schools, many of which are showing greater growth than the district average. By partnering with community organizations and expanding grant opportunities, we have expanded science, arts, athletics and doubled summer learning opportunities to end the cycle of summer learning loss.

Federal stimulus dollars allowed us to create Parent University, one of the first in the nation, to deepen the home-school connection. We have increased the number of schools serving students with disabilities with inclusive settings from four to 26 and are moving toward inclusive settings in every school. Investments in teacher training and stronger assessments have enhanced our ability to serve English Language Learners, who in 2013 saw a graduation rate increase of over seven percent.

Today we remain focused on ensuring every school is one that any parent would be happy to choose.