About Our School
The Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School was founded with 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 serving students in grades K1, K2, and first grade. In 2013, we expanded to include second grade; in future years, 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 is working with local partners to ensure all children in the Dudley neighborhood have access to a seamless, high-quality education.
Online Giving Campaign!
DSNCS is raising money for student, teacher, and family appreciation needs for this school year, summer school, and next year. Please see our campaign page to donate and encourage friends and family to contribute!
Governor Patrick and Mayor-Elect Walsh visit DSNCS!
On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor-Elect Marty Walsh visited DSNCS to launch the Boston Promise Corps program, made up of the Boston Teacher Residency and the Dudley Promise Corps. The speaking program included remarks from the Governor and Mayor-Elect, the Massachusetts Service Alliance, Boston Promise Corps members, BPE's Jesse Solomon, DSNI's John Barros, Principal Christine Landry, and DSCNS scholars. Click here to view photos from the event!
Making it Happen
"Making it Happen," a BPE publication, is a look back at the first year of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School. It's no small thing to open a new school, and BPE created this booklet as a way to capture the story and capture the imaginations of potential students, families, and partners!
See how we're working with the Dudley community to increase opportunities for Boston children.