By: Anna Lamb
The new campus will serve students in grades 9-12 and combine student populations who are currently taking classes in two different buildings in Hyde Park and Roxbury. The new site will be accessible via four bus lines and a commuter rail, and will include a full-sized gymnasium, cafeteria, performing arts spaces, and high-tech-science classrooms.
“We could not be happier to be moving forward with our new campus that ensures our students have the permanent, world-class home they deserve in a neighborhood with a long history of celebrating Black and brown lives,” said Shradha Patel, co-founder of Roxbury Prep High School. “The opportunity to have our students in one building will strengthen learning, success, and build community as our scholars prepare to enter, succeed in and graduate from college.”