This fall we asked all of our faculty and staff to write short personal mission statements about why they became teachers. Read Seth Pearce's essay here.
We hardly had a chance to celebrate our students’ performance on the 2013 MCAS exams, when the Boston Globe reported the MCAS may soon be extinct...
Acclaimed spoken word and hip hop artist, Molina Speaks, shared his experience and talent with CCSC students.
As a new school year begins, students reflect on why they chose CCSC and what "success" means to them.
Beginning a new school year (our 9th) on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech” inspires us to work even harder this year to ensure a future of equity and opportunity for all children through high-quality public education.