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The Phoenix Charter Academy Network manages a growing portfolio of free, open-enrollment, college preparatory public high schools in Massachusetts. Here’s what’s happening.

Jul 19 2017

Phoenix featured in The 74 Million article: A Phoenix Breakthrough: How 3 Massachusetts High Schools Are Helping Dropouts Become College-Bound Grads

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Phoenix was featured in an article written by Kate Stringer of The 74 Million, an education reform website. Read on below, or click here to view the original article. A Phoenix Breakthrough: How 3 Massachusetts High Schools Are Helping Dropouts Become College-Bound Grads [caption id="attachment_337" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Genevieve... Read More »

Jun 29 2017

Phoenix Charter Academy Network awarded $150,000 by Barr Foundation to advance greater success for all New England students

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Phoenix Charter Academy Network awarded $150,000 by Barr Foundation to advance greater success for all New England students On Tuesday, June 27, 2017, Phoenix Charter Academy Network was named one of nine grantees in the Barr Foundation Education Program’s Engage New England: Doing high school differently initiative. Phoenix is proud... Read More »

Nov 16 2016

Phoenix announces Phoenix Gala 2016

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Phoenix is excited to share that after two wonderful years at Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, we are moving our annual gala to The Innovation and Design Building on Drydock Avenue in South Boston. As leaders in the education reform movement, we can't think of a better place to celebrate... Read More »

Oct 28 2016

Phoenix 2016 graduates featured on NECN’s The Take

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Phoenix Charter Academy graduates Gisma Ahmad and Destiny Morton, alongside Amy Ciaraldi, child care director at the school in Lawrence, Massachusetts, tell Sue O'Connell how important their charter school is to them. Furthering their education, Destiny is going to Brandeis and Gisma is going to Benjamin Franklin Institute of technology.... Read More »

Sep 30 2016

Phoenix Academy Lawrence graduate featured in book project giving students voice on their experiences in US public education

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Edgardo, a Texas student who emigrated from Mexico, fears he won’t make it to college and will have to survive on minimum-wage jobs. Ashayla, a Miami high schooler, doesn’t feel safe when cops with dogs and Tasers patrol the classrooms searching around student bags. DeAndre, a Washington, D.C, student, doesn’t... Read More »