Boston Green Academy is an in-district Horace Mann charter school serving grades 6 and 9-12 in the Boston Public Schools.

Our mission is to ensure that all of our students especially those who have struggled will graduate prepared for success in college and the workforce. We prepare our students to be leaders in environmental stewardship and activism, to live their lives responsibly and sustainably, and to be prepared to succeed in the burgeoning green economy. In Fall 2014, Boston Green Academy will open its 6th grade.


Our rigorous academic program, hands-on learning experiences and environmental theme, prepare students for success in college and the workforce.

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2013 MCAS scores show tremendous growth: BGA is the most improved school in the Boston Public Schools, and the second most improved school in Massachusetts!

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Green @ BGA

A recipient of Mayor Menino's 2013 Greenovate Award, BGA exposes students to green learning experiences in the classroom, the field and the workforce.

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Recent News

Environmental Justice Youth Forum

On Friday, May 15th the EPA Region 1 Administrator, Curt Spaulding will be at BGA to discuss environmental issues and encourage our students to be the next generation of youth leaders.  Students will participate in roundtable discussions on local topics. …

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Community Spotlight
Anna Golden: 2014 Trailblazing Teacher!

BGA science teacher, Anna Golden, won the 2014 Trailblazing Teacher Award, a national award through the Center for Green Schools (which is through the USGBC-US Green Building Council). Congratulations, Anna – we’re so lucky to have you! (Click the button below to read more.)