02121 Public School

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Boston Latin School 205 Townsend Street Boston MA 02121 617-635-9957

Jeremiah E Burke High School 60 Washington Street Boston MA 02121 617-635-9837

John P Holland Charter School 85 Olney Street Boston MA 02121 617-635-8832

King K-8 School 77 Lawrence Avenue Boston MA 02121 617-635-8212

Lilla G Frederick Middle School 270 Columbia Road Boston MA 02121 617-635-1650

Sarah Greenwood School 189 Glenway Street Boston MA 02121 617-635-8710

Trotter Elementary School 135 Humboldt Avenue Boston MA 02121 617-635-8225

Haynes Early Education Center 263 Blue Hill Avenue Boston MA 02119 0.7 miles from 02121 617-635-6446

Grove High School 214 Harvard Street Boston MA 02124 0.8 miles from 02121 617-979-0115

David A Ellis School 302 Walnut Avenue Boston MA 02119 0.8 miles from 02121 617-635-8257

Rafael Hernández School 61 School Street Boston MA 02119 0.8 miles from 02121 617-635-8187

OW Holmes School 40 School Street Boston MA 02124 0.9 miles from 02121 617-635-8681

John Marshall Community High School 35 Westville Street Boston MA 02124 0.9 miles from 02121 617-635-8810

Egleston Community High School 3134 Washington Street Boston MA 02119 0.9 miles from 02121 617-635-6429

Boston International High School 25 Glen Road Boston MA 02130 0.9 miles from 02121 617-635-9373

Match Community Day Charter Public School 215 Forest Hills Street Boston MA 02130 0.9 miles from 02121 617-501-9401

Higginson-Lewis K-8 School 131 Walnut Avenue Boston MA 02119 1.0 miles from 02121 617-635-8247

John Winthrop Middle School 35 Brookford Street Boston MA 02125 1.0 miles from 02121 617-635-8379

Joseph Lee School 155 Talbot Avenue Boston MA 02124 1.0 miles from 02121 617-635-8687

Lee Academy 155 Talbot Avenue Boston MA 02124 1.0 miles from 02121 617-635-6619

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Vocational-Technical, or Vo-Tech, Schools are schools that provide training in trades or technical fields, usually on a part-time basis, to students. While part of the school-day or week is spent in Vo-Tech coursework, the traditional portion of the curriculum is provided by the student's home school district. Most Vo-Tech Schools are for students in high school grades.