The Hurley K–8 public school is a Spanish-English language immersion school in Boston, serving a diverse population of children. Seventy-three percent of them come from low-income families.
Less than a decade ago Hurley was an ‘underperforming’ school. Then, a group of dedicated parents — Neighborhood Parents for the Hurley School (NPHS) — joined together with the school’s principal to raise funds to supplement academic, enrichment, tutoring and anti bullying programs, and renovate the school facilites. Through these efforts, Hurley has gradually turned into a MCAS Tier I School, and a model of integrated urban education.
Given the increasing gap between the cost of education and the Boston Public Schools’ budget, Hurley relies on philanthropy for its ability to provide exceptional education to all of its 350 students.
Hurley children need your support. Please donate or volunteer now.