The Du Bois Award is one of the highest honors at Boston Prep, awarded each week to one deserving student in front of the entire school community. Named after W. E. B. Du Bois, the award recognizes a student who embodies the core virtues of Boston Prep -- courage, compassion, integrity, perseverance, and respect.
"Why I Teach" occurs monthly and allows students insight into the powerful, often emotional, reasons their teachers dedicate their lives to this work. Stefany Tomlinson is in her second year at Boston Prep, serving as a high school English Language Arts teacher for our freshmen and shares the personal loss that led to her passion for teaching.
College acceptances and financial aid packages are rolling in for Boston Prep seniors. Meet four seniors who are ready to begin the next chapter in their journey to success.
Boston Prep's approach to ethical development is grounded in five key virtues: courage, compassion, integrity, perseverance, and respect. Reminders of these virtues are now emblazoned on the walls of the middle school, a constant reminder to all of the types of lives we strive to live.
Accepting the recommendation of Commissioner Mitchell Chester, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted today to expand Boston Prep's enrollment by 300 students, from 400 to 700.