At Boston Scores we are dedicated to improving our programming for students, parents, coaches, and the greater Boston community. Part of that process is figuring out what we’re doing well, and what we can improve on. Here is some recent information we’re using to inform our organization’s trajectory!

Our Impact

  • 1690 students served in the 2017-2018 school year

  • For the 2018-2019 school year, we have the capacity to serve 2030 students

  • Students from approximately 40 schools, kindergarten through high school graduation

Parent Surveys

In fall of 2017 we began surveying parents on how to improve our programming through the Fund for Shared Insight initiative, Listen for Good.

 

We’ve spent the last year collecting responses, and here is some of what we’ve learned:

Mentorship

96% agree

Boston Scores treats my child with respect

79% agree

students have strong connections with their coach-mentors

Student Growth

55% agree

my child has been eating more healthy foods

68% agree

my child has a more positive attitude towards school

 82% agree

my child has more self-confidence 

Room for Improvement

We also surveyed parents on what improvements they would make to Boston Scores.

24% of feedback focused on communication and logistics.

Here’s what we’re going to do:

  • Post game cancellations on our Facebook and Twitter accounts

  • Dedicate a section of our website to Game Day schedules by Spring 2019

  • And last but not least:

Continue to listen to parents and make changes based on their feedback!

If you have additional thoughts or questions to share with us, please email kieran@bostonscores.org.

Boston Scores is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization and an affiliate of America SCORES.