Overview

The Boston Scores Summer Learning Academy returns to East Boston’s Mario Umana Academy once again in 2022!

This year’s program is open to rising 4th through rising 8th graders in the Boston Public School system and will run from July 5th through August 5th, 2022. Enrollment is free, but students must be able to attend all five weeks of the Academy program.

Our Academy runs Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM each day. Students will take part in summer learning courses led by Boston Public School teachers during the morning and take part in soccer, arts activities and field trips led by Scores coach-mentors during the afternoons.

How To Enroll Your Child

Enrollment is free, but families must commit to attending all five weeks of the Summer Learning Academy program.

Boston Public Schools manages student registration of all Summer Learning Academies through a service call School Mint.

Registration information is available here.

Para obtener ayuda en español con el uso del sistema de registro de School Mint, haga clic aquí.

For  English Language assistance with using the School Mint registration system, click here.

 

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Want to get involved?

Find out more about volunteer opportunities or support Boston Scores with a donation!

Summer Learning Academy student at Gillette
Aquarium visit at summer camp

The "5th Quarter" of Learning

Boston Scores Summer Learning Academy is a fusion of BPS-teacher lead academics and Boston Scores athletic and enrichment programming. Students will work on ELA and Math projects during the academic morning section. In the afternoon, students can choose to participate in either our soccer program or workshops around arts and crafts, reading clubs, cooking lessons, field trips, and special events.

Our Results

After attending the Summer Learning Academy, teachers assess that around 50% of students demonstrated meaningful growth in social and emotional skills such as critical thinking, perseverance, relationship with adults, communication, self-regulation, and relationships with peers. Around 40-50% of students show meaningful growth in Math and ELA.

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