In The Spotlight

BRCPS 3rd Graders Get a Visit from Professional Meteorologist

On Tuesday Nov 19th, Boston Renaissance 3rd Graders got a lesson in meteorology and the science of weather from WCVB Channel 5’s own Kelly Ann Cicalese!  A big THANK YOU to Kelly Ann, who did a fantastic job working with our students and explaining how professional meteorologists forecast the weather and help keep us all safe and informed. Our BRCPS Scholars were inspired by the presentation and made connections to what they’ve been learning about climate, weather, and other STEM topics.

BRCPS Celebrates Fall with Our Annual Barn Dance

Social dancing event brings BRCPS students from different grades and ages together to build community spirit and have some fun every fall season!

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The Voices of Renaissance Chorus 20th Anniversary

Boston Renaissance's Highly Acclaimed Student Chorus Celebrates Milestone This Year

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CONGRATULATIONS BRCPS CLASS OF 2019!

Check out photos and video from the event, including a commencement speech from a former BRCPS scholar who will now be starting as a freshman at Harvard this fall!

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SPECIALTY SHOWCASE 2019!

BRCPS Scholars and Teachers Present Work from the School's Visual Arts, Dance, Music, Technology, Phys Ed and Chinese Classes!

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The Voices of Renaissance Chorus Performs at Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley's Community Swearing In Ceremony

At the invitation of Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, the chorus sang 2 songs and received a standing ovation!

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Renaissance 3rd Graders Show Kindness in the Community

Classroom Project Brings Small Gifts of Kindness to Local Fire Station, Police Station, Post Office, Supermarket, and Senior Residence

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Boston Renaissance Hosts Community Mentoring Breakfast

Annual Event Pairs Community Leaders with BRCPS Students for a Morning of Celebration and Cross-Generational Learning

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STEAM Week 2018!

BRCPS was proud to participate in the first ever MA STEM Week, a special statewide initiative to boost students’ interest and raise awareness of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics education.

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