In 2011, Revere High School faced challenges that many schools are still up against today. Students entered at a wide range of proficiency levels, but the school’s structures were relatively standardized: all students moved through a seven-period schedule in similar class sizes, teachers delivered new content in class, and students were expected to complete work independently after school.
When Dr. Lourenço Garcia became principal of Revere High School in 2012, he and his staff reorganized resources and implemented a series of integrated changes, many of which targeted support to the school’s highest-need students in 9th grade, with The Freshman Academy. Read more in our blog "Progress for Revere 9th Graders."
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