January 9, 2016
At Fenway Park, we see the Boston Red Sox hitting homeruns and very close to the historic ball park… sits a school that’s hitting homeruns in the lives of many inner city youth! Boston Arts Academy is Boston’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts, serving over 440 students that reflect the diversity of Boston’s neighborhoods. An estimated 42% of the students are Latinos and more than 94% of them go on to college. On this edition of Centro, WBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks to BAA’s Admissions Coordinator Abraham Olivo on the English version of Centro and to BAA’s Director of Admissions Blanca Bonilla, in the Spanish version. Tune in!

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BOSTON ARTS ACADEMY
Boston’s only public high school
for the visual and performing arts
174 Ipswich Street
Boston, Ma 02215
617-590-8071
www.bostonartsacademy.org

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