Uncommon Schools Roxbury Prep

We are a free public school serving grades 5 through 12 in Boston, MA. Across our four schools, our students are preparing to achieve their dreams.

The Legacy Continues: Roxbury Prep 20th Anniversary

An Outstanding 5-12 Education

Since our founding in 1999, our free public schools have served Boston families with an award-winning instructional model that supports students' academic and personal growth. Our teachers infuse joy into every day, creating an active engaged learning environment and preparing every student to succeed in college and beyond.

Middle School

In middle school, our students learn the academic skills they need to succeed in high school, while developing their own identities as citizens of their communities and of the world. They learn to think deeply, to debate passionately, and to engage thoughtfully with new people, places, and ideas.

High School

Our high school students make the transition to becoming the leaders of tomorrow. They build intellectual expertise through rigorous coursework and AP classes. They develop their passion and leadership through a range of enrichment and after-school activities. They graduate ready to thrive in college and beyond.

20 Years

Roxbury Prep has been serving Boston families since our first school was founded in 1999.

4 Schools

Roxbury Prep is made up of four free public schools: three middle schools and one high school.

1,500+

We proudly serve over 1,500 students and families in Boston who are on the path to college and beyond.

SERVING GRADES 5-12 IN Boston

Explore Our Campuses

Find your nearest Roxbury Prep neighborhood school, and learn more about our schools and how to enroll.

Our Campuses

Learn How to Enroll

Our free public schools are open to all Massachusetts residents, with no selection criteria or application fees. We participate in Apply Boston Charters, the enrollment process for all Boston public charter schools. Learn more about enrolling your child and submit your application today!

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