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Boston Preparatory Charter Public School Overview

1286 Hyde Park Avenue, Boston, MA 02136 , Tel: +1 (617) 333-6688 Boston Preparatory Charter Public (District)

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Boston Preparatory Charter Public School Ratings & Reviews

March 14, 2017 Submitted by a community member
All of the teachers work really hard to prepare students for college. I really enjoy the people I work with and am inspired by the mission and results of the school.
February 27, 2017 Submitted by a teacher
I have worked at this school for a number of years and have had a great experience. I find the mission of the school inspiring - we are all working to help provide students access to four year colleges and grow ethically.
December 12, 2016 Submitted by a teacher
As a first year educator in this school I find it really tough to hear how many kids dislike the school. They feel oppressed and their voices aren't heard.If you want students to like coming to school, cut back on some of the over the top rules, cut down the homework. I did less homework in college. This school needs a whole administration turnaround. Teacher act fake whenever their boss is in the room. Theres no room for teachers who try to look good for their boss and not for the students
December 10, 2016 Submitted by a teacher
I've seen the decline of Boston prep through out the many years being a staff member here and witness a school focused on ethical systems depriving students of a worthy education, when students complain they are seen as issues and their complaints are seen as lies, like the smartest class I've seen are being hindered by a horrible history teacher who doesn't take them seriously and when all of them complain the teachers believe it is a good idea to have the whole class sit down and have each teacher come up one by one to tell them what's wrong with.
October 05, 2015 Submitted by a teacher
My time at Boston Prep was a challenge. The Administration was delusional when it came to the outcomes they measured and the way they assessed their own success. The disparities between how students, and even teachers, were treated and assessed, were staggering. Opportunities to have "teaching moments" with students who misbehaved were squandered to a system of excessive demerits, all of which are dealt with by writing out a code of conduct and sitting silently in a room with teachers or the dean. Students who were frequently in this situation were no longer invested in their education because they were fed up with the laborious discipline system. The one-size-fits-all system of education and discipline really harmed students. I was saddened to see so much potential squandered. And the only people who suffered were the students. BPCPS loves to mention how many of their students were accepted to college. What's sickening is how many were prevented from even graduating, or ended up in community college only to not complete their studies down the road. At the end of the day, I did not have a good answer for the basic question - how is this any different than the broken schools (like English) we pretend to be better than? I felt like I was letting my students down day in and day out, and this was not why I signed on to be an educator. And sadly, I've seen the same thing happen to good teachers and administrators too. At the end of the day, we were not churning out young adults who were creative thinkers, or trail blazers, or even better informed students. Instead, we graduate children who are stunted and beaten into submission, who follow rules but have no notion of questioning them. We produce students who don't know how to advocate for themselves and who are just as out of touch as the administration. And this, is the greatest travesty. The lasting legacy of BPCPS will not be the many scholars it produced, but the many it simply left behind.
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Apartments and homes for rent near Boston Preparatory Charter Public School

Your child’s education is your top priority. We know that because—well, you’re looking at this page, aren’t you? If you think your kid would feel right at home at Boston Preparatory Charter Public School, and you are contemplating moving closer so the little rascal will never miss a class, we have some good news for you and your family. Commute will never be an issue if you pick an apartment within 5 miles of Boston Preparatory Charter Public School, and that should not be hard as you can currently choose from 118 apartments for rent available in this part of Boston. Not familiar with rent prices in the area? The cheapest apartment near Boston Preparatory Charter Public School is currently at Ridgecrest Village, renting for $1,370 per month, but if $10,218 is still within your budget, check out the more luxurious offers at Peninsula I. Or just do what most other parents do and go for the middle ground—that’s where you get the best value for money most of the time.

Things you should know about Boston Preparatory Charter Public School

Before you start packing, make sure Boston Preparatory Charter Public School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Boston Preparatory Charter Public School is a well-known charter 6-12 school in Boston. It is located at 1286 Hyde Park Avenue, Boston, MA 02136 and it is the second home of 391 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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