Boston Trinity Academy in the News

Although Boston Trinity Academy has only been in existence since 2002, our students and school have already been on the newsstands. Here are some stories of Boston Trinity in the news:

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Honors Brittani Jones of Dorchester, MA As Youth Advocate of the Year, May 1, 2013 (similar article on )

More recent news involving Brittani Jones ('13)

Watertown resident joins Boston Trintiy Academy faculty, September 3, 2012

Dorchester youth goes to D.C. to urge congress to be tougher on tobacco, August 8, 2012 

Nepali student, 14, adjust to life in Boston, December 21, 2011

Boston Trinity Academy celebrates 10th year, September 20, 2011

Headmaster hopes to build on opportunity, April 29, 2011

News Archive:

Fair Trade at last (features photo of Boston Trinity students at the Fair Trade Fair)
Metro, September 7, 2010

Boston Trinity Academy won its first NEPSAC D-1 championship in boys' basketball, taking a 78-73 victory over St. Luke's on Super Sunday. Senior Kadeem Wint was named tournament MVP.
NEPSAC, March 2010.

Coffee with a shot of activism
The Gavel, December 7, 2009

Net Gains At Boston Trinity Academy
The Boston Globe, Saturday, February 8, 2009

Private schools chipping in more aid for families
The Boston Globe, Sunday, January 9, 2005

Spelling makes a comeback
The Christian Science Monitor, May 17, 2005

Increase of 15 Percent in Number of Independent Schools Participating in the College Board’s Advanced Placement Program Pushes AP Schools Above the 15,000 Mark
The College Board, June 1, 2005