A heightened level of excitement and anticipation flooded the halls of Excel Academy Charter Schools last Wednesday as the school held its annual enrollment lottery at each of their middle school locations.
Excel Academy – East Boston, Excel Academy – Orient Heights and Excel Academy – Chelsea all offered seats to its rigorous, high performing college preparatory program to more students in Boston and Chelsea than ever before. This momentous lottery night was made particularly memorable by the services of three community members— YMCA East Boston’s Executive Director Josephine Cuzzi, Commissioner of the City of Boston’s Veterans Services Department Francisco Ureña, and Patricia Garcia, Director of Education at Chelsea’s Boys and Girls Club—who pulled the names of Excel’s newest scholars. Excel Academy welcomes its class of 2017 and extends its gratitude to the communities of East Boston and Chelsea for their continued support throughout the years.
Excel Academy Charter Schools (www.excelacademy.org) is a network of high performing, tuition-free, public charter middle schools serving East Boston, Chelsea and the surrounding communities. Its mission is to prepare students to succeed in high school and college, apply their learning to solve critical problems and engage productively in their communities. Through outstanding, dedicated teachers; high academic expectations; and an intentionally designed, structured learning environment, Excel Academy has become an education destination for families seeking a better future for their children. With the passage of the recent education reform law in Massachusetts, Excel has increased its capacity to serve families by expanding from one school to three over the past three years.
For more information about Excel or to visit the school, please contact Danielle Forsythe at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 617.874.4080, x5044.