Study Education in the Heart of Boston

Boston always ranks at the top of the country’s “most educated cities” lists, and it should come as no surprise—education is in our DNA.

Boston is home to the first public school in the United States, with the founding of Boston Latin School in 1635. Other firsts followed—the first public elementary school, first public school system and first public high school.

And to this day, it’s the students who are put first. The city of Boston alone is home to nearly
75,000 school-aged children across the city’s 125 public schools, as well as dozens of parochial
and private schools. Boston’s schools are focused on closing achievement gaps and making a
successful future a reality for all. Boston’s schoolteachers are trained to help students realize their
academic potential; to eradicate language, social, cultural or economic barriers; and to prepare
students for the future—for college, for the Innovation Economy, for STEM careers, and for
making a difference in their communities.







Class of 2021 employed within 1 year


subject areas for licensure
From "In Training" to "In the Classroom"

From "In Training" to "In the Classroom"

The School of Education has many longstanding partnerships with area schools, below are just a few:

  • Boston Latin School
  • Brookline High School
  • Cathedral High School
  • Amos A. Lawrence School
  • Eliot Innovation School
  • Fenway High School
  • Mildred Avenue School
  • OLPH Mission Grammar School
  • Patrick J. Kennedy Elementary School
  • Revere High School
  • Richard J. Murphy School
  • St. Brendan School
  • St. Mary of the Assumption School
  • St. John Paul II Catholic Academy
  • Maurice J. Tobin School

Emmanuel graduates are teaching in classrooms across the country, including the following area school districts:

  • Boston Public Schools
  • Brookline Public Schools
  • Cambridge Public Schools
  • Lynn Public Schools
  • Springfield Public Schools
  • Everett Public Schools
  • Chelsea Public Schools
  • Revere Public Schools
  • Ashland Public Schools
  • Braintree Public Schools
  • Framingham Public Schools
  • Haverhill Public Schools
  • Nashoba Public Schools
  • Providence Public Schools
  • Scituate Public Schools

Jonathan Torres-Lopez '23

"I have taken classes in programming and design, and employed those techniques to keep students visually engaged.”