Warren-Prescott’s student and school performance was recently recognized in the state’s annual accountability report, along with our neighbors the Harvard-Kent, Bradley, and Otis schools. We are BPS Proud!
Fourteen schools in the Boston Public Schools are classified as meeting or exceeding targets over the past year:
- Bradley Elementary in East Boston
- Boston Latin Academy in Dorchester
- Boston Latin School in Fenway
- Everett Elementary in Dorchester
- Harvard-Kent Elementary in Charlestown
- Hurley K-8 in South End
- John F. Kennedy in Jamaica Plain
- John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science in Roxbury
- Nathan Hale Elementary School in Roxbury
- Otis Elementary in East Boston
- Russell Elementary in Dorchester
- Sumner Elementary in Roslindale
- Warren-Prescott K-8 in Charlestown
- Winship Elementary School in Brighton
The accountability results are largely measured by student performance on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exam in core subjects such as English language arts, math, and science, and include other factors such as chronic absenteeism and graduation rates.
“The improvements we’re seeing in many of our schools are due to the dedication of our teachers, school staff and community partners who work tirelessly to ensure our students are learning and succeeding,” said BPS Superintendent Brenda Cassellius. “I’m proud of their work and look forward to sharing their successes and strategies more broadly across our district.”
More information about the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education report is available at this link.