at 151 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, 02116 United States
An outstanding independent school in Boston's Back Bay, with 150 students in grades 9 to 12.
Commonwealth is an independent, coed day school for grades 9 through 12. We are: --A small school, enrolling about 145 students in four grades --Academically rigorous, catering to bright, curious students who enjoy intellectual adventures, often in classes taught at a college level --Located in Boston's Back Bay, two blocks from Copley Square --Diverse, with students of color representing roughly a third of the enrollment --Supportive, with dedicated faculty who know their students well --A community, with twice-yearly all-school weekends at a lakeside camp in Maine, where students and faculty together plan and do everything --Successful, with nearly 75% of graduating seniors recognized as National Merit Finalists, Semifinalists, or Commended Students, and some 35% recognized by the AP Scholars program
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Congratulations graduates! I mean, congratulations new Commonwealth School alumni/ae!
Buses from Camp Winona should arrive at Commonwealth between 12:30 and 1 p.m. If you are driving to the school, please do not park on the Dartmouth St. side; the buses need to park there. Students should remain at the school until all buses are unloaded.
Sad to day, we have decided to cancel Beach Day; it looks like the weather will be chilly and rainy. Graduation rehearsal is still scheduled for 8:30 a.m. at First Church, 66 Marlborough St. Students can come to the school before 10:30 a.m. on Thursday to pick up books, clear out their cubbies, and turn in prox cards and other items. We hope to see you at graduation ceremonies on Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. at First Church. Seniors should be there by 10 a.m.
After the last day of classes comes the first day of-- well, you know. Good luck on finals, everyone!
Last day of classes?! Where did the year go?
We're heading home! Buses from Hancock will arrive at about noon. Three important reminders: 1. Do not park on Dartmouth Street in front of the school—that is where the buses park. 2. Because of limited storage space at the school, students should bring everything they took to Hancock home with them today. 3. Traffic may be heavier than usual in the Back Bay because of the Jimmy Fund walk, so you may want to allow extra time.