Twenty years ago, parents of Fenway students were curious about the math curriculum and wanted to learn more about how they could support their children. In response, the faculty invited parents for a potluck dinner at the school to learn about what students were being taught in their classrooms. As time went on, it became an exhibition, where students shared the work themselves.
Rashad, a junior in Omega House, was recently awarded “Highest Honors” at Fenway’s Honor Roll Assembly. In addition to his academic pursuits, Rashad is an active member of the Fenway and Greater Boston community, including membership in Cooking Club, Squashbusters, Amphibious Achievement, and ACE (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) mentorship.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh spent the morning of September 13th visiting Fenway High School. During his visit, Mayor Walsh spoke with classes and answered questions from Fenway students including his thoughts on the closing of the Long Island Shelter...
On Saturday, March 11th, the Fenway Girls’ basketball team captured a 50-45 victory over long-time rival New Mission High School.
Fenway’s Debate Team had an outstanding showing in the first tournament of the season. Held at Charlestown High School on October 7-8, all four of the debate team members qualified for the final round and ultimately