Hyde Park High School (Massachusetts)

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Hyde Park High School was a Boston public school located at 655 Metropolitan Ave, in the neighborhood of Hyde Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Hyde Park High taught students in 9th through 12th grade.

Name/Structure Change[edit]

Hyde Park High is now known as Hyde Park Education Complex. The following are a list of division within the school.

Boston Community Leadership Academy [1]

New Mission High School [2]


Hyde Park Educational Complex/Hyde Park High is accessible by taking the MBTA Hyde Park (MBTA station)[3] bus #32 from the nearby Forest Hills Station.


When the 2010-2011 school year began for Boston Public Schools, Boston's debt rose to $60 million. Superintendent Carol R. Johnson chose to close underperforming schools throughout the city to lower the amount. The Social Justice Academy (SJA) and The Engineering School (Tcademy for Science and Health (CASH) was relocated to the old Cleveland School building located at 11 Charles Street in Dorchester.


William Monroe Trotter, civil rights leader and founder of the African American newspaper Boston Guardian

Rev. Robert Drinan, U.S. House of Representatives

Russell Holmes, Massachusetts State Representative

Steven A. Barthell, Author, Women R Stupid & Men R the Reason and Sex, Love & Pain: Methods II the Madness'

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