The Blackstone School is a Boston Public School in the South End neighborhood serving nearly 600 diverse students from Pre-Kindergarten to 5th grade.
Teachers, staff, families and community partners work together to foster a set of core values in the school community: respect, unity, and excellence.
The school provides an emotionally safe environment that supports the entire school community while delivering a high quality education.
The South African term ubuntu, adopted by the Blackstone community, permeates the school and energizes children and adults. Ubuntu means “I am because we are.”