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About 2017-11-05T22:44:13+00:00

Our History:

In 2006, 92% of the first graduating class went to college as compared to 63% of Boston Public School students. The 54 members of the class of 2006 received just over $1,000,000 in scholarships and financial aid.

In 2010, 93% of the graduating class went to college as compared to 61% of Boston Public School students. The 66 members of the class of 2010 received over $2,000,000 in scholarships and financial aid.

Since opening its doors, TechBoston Academy has distinguished itself through its students’ achievements on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment (MCAS) test.

TBA and MCAS:

In 2010, 98% of TechBoston Academy students passed the English Language Arts MCAS, compared to the BPS district average of 92% and the MA state average of 96%.

On the Math MCAS, 95% of TechBoston Academy students in 2010 passed, compared to the district average of 86% and the state average of 93%. Finally, 86% of students at TechBoston Academy are graduating compared to 61% of BPS students.

In September 2009, TechBoston Academy expanded to include Grades 6-8 in order to provide a continuous, positive, and stable academic environment with technology as a bridge. Half of the students entering Grade 9 in 2009 at TechBoston Academy failed MCAS Math and ELA.

TBA continues its commitment to excellence, both in terms of our students’ performance on standardized tests, and to the further development of their problem-solving, critical thinking, and creative skills.

Our graduates have received millions of dollars in financial aid, and are now to be found working in technology, industry, business, and many other sectors of the economy.

Recent News:

TBA Students Create Text Box Arch

November 26th, 2017|Comments Off on TBA Students Create Text Box Arch

Students from across several grades worked together with digital art instructors to create a TBA text box arch in the style of well known pop artist Robert Indiana. Both the collaborative and creative process and

TBA Launches Personalized Math Curriculum

September 10th, 2017|0 Comments

Introducing:   New Personalized Math Curriculum   A Radical Re-think in approach to teaching math   Boston Public Schools launched a partnership Thursday with

BSA Zone: Suffolk Care Mock Interviews

September 10th, 2017|0 Comments

In The Zone: Suffolk Care Mock Interviews Constructing simple electronic devices This week’s Life Skill Lesson involved Suffolk Cares coming to the Zone to