Boston Trinity Academy

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Boston Trinity Academy
Location
[Boston, Massachusetts, Massachusetts
Information
Type Independent School, boarding and day
Religious affiliation(s) Non-denominational Christian
Established 2002
Head of School Frank Guerra
Website

Boston Trinity Academy (BTA) is a private Christian school in Hyde Park, Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It currently enrolls roughly 220 students (as of 2009-10 school year) in grades 6-12. BTA was founded in 2002 with 54 students from grades 6-9 in a rented building in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Boston Trinity Academy has a diverse student body that is 34% white, 30% black, 19% Asian, 10% Hispanic, 4% multi-racial, 2% Middle Eastern, and 1% Native American.[1] Fourteen percent of the student body are international students from Korea, Serbia, Canada, China, and other countries.

References[edit]

  1. ^ BTU At a Glance accessed April 22, 2011


Coordinates: 42°15′34″N 71°07′44″W / 42.25955°N 71.12896°W / 42.25955; -71.12896