Diablo Glass School opened in 2001, creating a public access glass arts studio in Boston, Massachusetts.
Diablo is a place where beginning and experienced glass artists are welcome to share a nurturing environment, to grow and develop their creative skills in a warm, inviting atmosphere.
Diablo offers different level classes and facilities in various disciplines, exposing a broad spectrum of people to exciting glass techniques in glassblowing, flameworking, fused glass and stained glass.
By connecting students to professional national and international glass artists, we provide a learning experience that constantly offers new information and challenges.
Diablo currently has partnerships with institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston University, Massachusetts College of Arts and Design, and Decordova Museum and Sculptural Park.
Stonybrook Fine Arts offers teen and adult sculpture classes, commissions, team building events and shoptime in welding, jewelry making, bronze casting, stone carving, live figure modeling and mold making. We also have non welding studio spaces available on a month to month time frame on our 2nd and 3rd floors. One on one tutoring is available.
The Tufts School of the Museum of Fine Arts is one of the schools that comprise Tufts University, located in Boston, Massachusetts. The school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees dedicated to the visual arts. It is affiliated with the Museum of Fine Arts. SMFA is also a member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, a consortium of several dozen leading art schools in the United States.OverviewThe school does not have a foundations program, but it does require all new students to take a freshman seminar. Encouraged to build an individual program of interdisciplinary study, students are not asked to declare a major, but by choosing among in-depth courses in a dozen disciplines, students are free to concentrate in a medium of their choice.One of the unique attributes of SMFA is that students are required to participate in a "Review Board" which is a review of all of the art work that a student has done during the semester. Review Boards are led by two faculty members, one of whom is the students' choice, and two fellow students. There are many opportunities for students to exhibit their artwork at both the main building and the Mission Hill building.Opportunities to exhibit works include the annual Museum School Art Sale and the juried "Student Annual Exhibition". Various galleries and spaces that are available to students around the school buildings include Bag Gallery, Hallway Gallery, Bathroom Gallery, Underground Gallery, as well as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
MassArt's professional and continuing education program is about two things: creative vision and technical skills. We believe that great art requires both.
Our faculty, facilities, and curriculum reflect this belief. Our faculty is comprised of practicing artists who set high standards for themselves and encourage their students to do the same. Our facilities are built for working artists. Our curriculum is designed to nurture individual expression and creativity while helping students master the appropriate tools. Our students are diverse, yet have one common characteristic: they appreciate the effort and dedication that successful art-making requires.
Founded in 1983, Fenway has been devoted to providing a high-quality, personalized education to students from all over the city of Boston. Our mission is to create a socially committed and morally responsible community of learners that values its students as individuals. Fenway’s goal is to encourage academic excellence and to develop intellectual habits of mind, self-esteem, and leadership skills among all students.
A DAY IN THE LIFE
During a typical day, students in grades 10-11 alternate between weekly academic and vocational schedules with the exception of English and Math. Those classes meet every day, both weeks. Grade ten students attend academic classes during week two and vocational classes during week one. Grade eleven students attend academic classes during week one and vocational classes during week two. Seniors attend all academic classes during one week and vocational during the other to accommodate paid and unpaid internships and co-op opportunities. Grade 9 students receive instruction in an exploratory program to provide the preparation needed to choose one of the many career programs for grades offered.
SCHOOL CHARACTERISTICS: MADISON PARK
Offers a comprehensive academic program, training in 20 technical vocational programs, and is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges
Is actively engaged in the Boston Public Schools’ High School Renewal effort
Has four academies which are further divided into Small Learning Communities to support teaching and learning
Guides college bound students through the application process, with SAT preparation classes and mentoring, in partnership with Roxbury Community College, Harvard University and the Higher Education Resource Center
Supports cohorts of students with MCAS prep through the Blue Scholars program in collaboration with the Boston Private Industry Council
Offers early college awareness through collaboration through Massachusetts Tech Prep.
Offers 14 team sports
Competes with other high schools in SkillsUSA, a national technical, skills and service careers student leadership organization
Provides clinical, co-operative and internship opportunities to ensure students have industry specific skills to compete in today’s economy
Guides industry bound students through the job application process
Madison Park JROTC Distance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis 75 Malcolm X Blvd Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120
Hello all fellow OB Alumni!
This page will serve, not only as a way for alumni to share information and events, but as a starting point for Alumni to brainstorm and collaborate as the following goals are being developed down the pipeline
ALUMNI-STUDENT Mentoring Services...
ALUMNI NETWORKING EVENTS...
ALUMNI (specific year-of-graduation) GROUPS
The Boston Latin School is a public "exam school" in Boston, Massachusetts. Established on April 23, 1635, it is the second oldest school (behind the Collegiate School in New York City, founded 1628) and the first public school in the United States. The Public Latin School was a bastion for educating the sons of the Boston "Brahmin" elite, resulting in the School claiming many prominent Bostonians, Massachusetts citizens and New Englanders as alumni. Its curriculum follows that of the 18th century Latin-school movement, which holds the "classics" to be the basis of an educated mind. Four years of Latin are mandatory for all pupils who enter the School in the 7th grade, three years for those who enter in the 9th. In 2007, the School was named one of the top twenty high schools in the United States by U.S. News & World Report magazine.The School was named a 2011 "Blue Ribbon School of Excellence", the U.S. Department of Education's highest award.As of 2016, the School is listed under the "gold medal" list, ranking 51 out of the top 100 high schools in the United States (more than 20,000 public high schools from 50 states and the District of Columbia were analyzed) by U.S. News & World Report magazine.
We post career-related content that empowers and educates artists about professional practices, highlights career successes, opportunities for artists, and important notifications from the Tufts Career Center at SMFA.
Ryan Smith, Asst. Director, Career Advisor for the Arts is available:
Drop-in (no appointment necessary) Mondays and Thursdays 12-2pm
By appointment Mondays 2:30-4pm