% Students of Color
% Single Parent Households
% Low-Income (Qualify for federal/free lunch)
% from Multi-Lingual Households
Where We’re From
Our students live in and around Boston and commute to school via bus, T, carpool, or walk. 70% of our students live in a multi-lingual household. Our families speak Spanish, Cape Verdean, Portuguese, Creole, and more.
Why We’re Here
All of our students come from materially disadvantaged backgrounds and qualify as low-income. 67% of our students come from single-parent households.
Who We Are
The Nativity community is made up of students, families, teachers, fellows, volunteers, benefactors, and more. We are made up of many vibrant and diverse individuals who make our mission possible.
"Despite all the preparation and opportunities while at Nativity, the school has become an even greater resource since I have left, supporting me academically, emotionally, socially, and financially. How many people can say that for their middle school?"Anthony Docanto, Nativity Class of Grande ('11), BC High ('15), Boston College ('19)
"There are a lot of schools that serve innercity kids, but Nativity has something much more comprehensive. Yes, we provide skills for later success, but here, from our Jesuit perspective, we also want our students to graduate with the tools to find purpose and meaning in their lives."Volunteer Teacher and Benefactor
"The best argument we can make for supporting Nativity is to visit, to see the work and impact and spend time with the students. The boys are highly respectful and bright. You can really tell that these are formative years for them and can see the results."George and Luanne Nugent, Student Sponsors