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Honors 2022

BAA Honors 2022

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Thank you to all who supported Boston Arts Academy Foundation during BAA Honors 2022, a celebration of BAA's 25 years of impact in BAA's new, cutting-edge performing arts building.

BAA Honors is October 8!
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BAA Honors is Boston Arts Academy Foundation's signature annual event and largest single source of funding for Boston Arts Academy.

Thanks to all who joined us on Saturday, October 8, 2022 to celebrate 25 years of transformative arts education and raise critical funds to ensure Boston Arts Academy continues to offer educational equity and life-changing opportunities for generations to come!

We are grateful to everyone who attended, bid on the auctions, purchased raffle tickets, sponsored, and advertised in our program book. With your support, we have raised $2.3 million!

BAA Foundation hasn't hosted an event of this magnitude in three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The generosity that came together in one building was immense, the company unbeatable, and the celebration breathtaking. To raise seven figures for our deserving students is incredible, and our gratitude is boundless. Further, to see the rich diversity of our BAA student body reflected in the faces of our BAA Honors leadership, honorees, and guests is deeply meaningful. 

There are so many of you who put your heART into BAA Honors 2022, and we look forward to thanking each of you personally.

Check out the links below to view the Digital Program Book, Photo Album, Honoree and Honorary Chair Tribute video produced by our media partner NBC, a thank you to Sponsors, and more!

Digital Program Book
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Check out Bill Brett's Blog Post + Photos
Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors!
Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors!
Learn more about BAA

Boston Arts Academy (BAA) is the city’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts, serving students who reflect the diversity of Boston’s neighborhoods.

Boston Arts Academy serves as a laboratory and a beacon for artistic and academic innovation, preparing a diverse community of aspiring artists, scholars and global citizens to be successful in their college or professional careers and to be engaged members of a democratic society.


Learn more about BAA and the new school building at 174 Ipswich St!

Learn more about BAA's 25th Anniversary!

Fast Facts on BAA

In 2020-2021 School Year:

  • 53% of students lived in Dorchester, Mattapan and Roxbury

  • Students are accepted from all 23 neighborhoods of Boston

  • 91% of the 482 students identified as Black, Latinx, Multiracial or Asian

  • 56% of students come from economically disadvantaged families

  • 35% entered 9th grade reading below grade level

  • 33% spoke another language than English at home

  • 17% have documented learning challenges, requiring additional instructional accommodations

  • 97% were accepted to college

Programs:

  • 30% of students participated in BAA's state-certified Career and Technical Education programs Fashion Technology and Design, and Visual Communications

  • 30 juniors and seniors took classes at BAA and at local colleges, earning high school and college credit as part of BAA's Dual Enrollment program with the ProArts Consortium colleges

  • Summer Reading Program and Summer and Saturday Math Program were offered to help students achieve grade-appropriate reading levels and math proficiencies

  • Majors: Dance, Music, Theatre, Fashion Tech, Visual Arts

Learn more about our HonoreesHonoree Bios

Questions? Contact: Caitlin Durkin at 617-406-9228 / cdurkin@baafdn.org.

Event lasts 6 hours

Boston Arts Academy Foundation

Talent is evenly distributed in society, but not opportunity. Help us change that reality in Boston.

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