Remote Learning During COVID-19
The health and safety of Seaport Academy students, families and staff are of the utmost importance. Therefore, in accordance with Governor Charlie Baker’s emergency order, Seaport Academy has provided remote learning and social-emotional support for students and families from March through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. We are continuing support throughout the summer months. Check back for updates.
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Raise Your Sights
Seaport Academy is a small alternative school for young men in grades 8-12. We serve students who have not achieved their educational goals in a traditional school setting. We provide a unique program for them, where learning is experiential and filled with adventure.
You won't find many traditional classrooms at Seaport, and we don't expect you to always stay in your seat. Instead, Seaport Academy students take advantage of the rich history of Chelsea, Massachusetts, and use Boston Harbor as part of the learning environment. We offer a collaborative, project-based, highly individualized approach to education that helps students meet their goals.
As a Massachusetts state-approved special education school, we serve students who are eligible for out-of-district placements and have been referred to Seaport Academy by their school system. We also accept students who are privately funded.
At Seaport, your education combines learning supports, psychotherapy and project based learning.