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We are pleased to present Boston Arts Academy’s 2021 Annual Report!

We are deeply grateful to our donors for choosing to support Boston Arts Academy’s future artist-scholar-global citizens - a creative, talented, and diverse group of students.

picture of new school building, which is the cover of the new annual report
2021 Annual Report

We all know that talent is everywhere in the city of Boston. Opportunity, however, is not. Most arts high schools exclusively accept students with high academic and artistic achievement. Boston Arts Academy, the city’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts, is remarkably different. Our full inclusion school accepts students solely based on artistic passion and talent, and we provide them with access to a world-class education and unique opportunities.

 While Boston Arts Academy’s education and opportunities are provided at no cost to students and families, they are not free. BAA Foundation must annually raise $5,000 per student from private donors to bridge the gap between the school’s allocation from Boston Public Schools and the true cost of the school’s arts-intensive, college preparatory curriculum.

 September 2022 will mark the school’s 25th academic year and the grand opening of the school’s first purpose-built facility, right across the street from Fenway Park. A growing student body and access to arts programming requires even greater investment so our students can achieve their full potential.

 

NOW IS THE TIME! We invite you to read our 2021 Annual Report:

2021 Annual Report (Flipbook)
2021 Annual Report (PDF)

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Boston Arts Academy Foundation

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

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