About Our School
The Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School was founded on the belief that excellent schools are a crucial part of strong, vibrant urban communities. Our school is a Horace Mann “in-district” charter school, part of the Boston Public Schools. We opened our doors in 2012, and we now serve students in grades K1 - 4. Next year, our school will grow to serve 325 students in grades K1-5.
Founded by BPE and the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, the Dudley Street School works with local partners to ensure all children in the Dudley neighborhood have access to a high-quality education.
No School May 13
May 13 will be a full professional development day for teachers therefore there will be no school on that date. Please make all necessary arrangements for that day.
Summer School Applications
June 27th-July 29th 8:00-3:00PM.
Please note summer school is only for rising 4th and 5th graders. Please click on link and return application the below.
Applications for the 2016-2017 School Year
Applications for the 2016-17 schol year are open. Click on link below. MUST re-apply using the MOST current application every year. (Applications are not kept active year-to-year.)
Housing Information Clinics are the 1st Thursday of every month from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m and the 3rd Thursday of every month from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Project Hope, 550 Dudley Street, Roxbury MA 02119. Registration is required. Please call 617-442-1880 ext. 220.
Click on link for information, including location and hours of operation, for Family Resource Centers. https://bpe.egnyte.com/dl/LWBptvAy1T.
SCHOOL DROP OFF Reminder
School drop off begins at 8:15am. Please do not drop scholars off prior to that time. Please do not leave students unattended on the school grounds prior to when the 8:15am drop off time begins. We thank you for your cooperation.
Policies and Information
Review our policies and Who We Are chant by clicking on the images below:
Raising a Reader
The Dudley Street School is participating in the Raising a Reader Program this year. Raising a Reader is a national program that allows students to take bags of books home each week to read with caregivers. In addition, the staff of Raising a Reader will lead family workshops about early literacy for our families.Here is a link to their website: http://www.raisingareader.org
2015-16 School Calendar
Click on the image for expanded prinatble version.
Partnerships in the Community
Ros Everdell of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative and Sister Margaret A. Leonard of Project Hope discuss how their organizations work with BPE and the Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School: