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William McKinley School
90 Warren Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Part of the Boston Public School system, the William McKinley School serves students with behavioral and emotionalMore disabilities from kindergarten to grade 12. The school includes McKinley Elementary as well as McKinley South End Academy, which serves grades 6-12.
William Blackstone Elementary School
380 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA 02118
William Blackstone Elementary School is a K-5 school attached to the Blackstone Community Center in the South End.More Designated as an underperforming school by the state in 2010, Blackstone has undergone dramatic changes, including revamping its curriculum, hiring new teachers and bringing new leadership to the sprawling brick school. Many students at Blackstone Elementary hail from several nearby public housing complexes and more than half are not proficient in English.
Joseph J. Hurley School
70 Worcester St, Boston, MA 02118
The South End's smallest public elementary school, the Joseph J. Hurley School, offers small class sizes as well as aMore two-way bilingual immersion program that teaches native English and Spanish-speaking children to be fluent in both languages. Thanks to a $500,000 fundraising effort, the Hurley school also offers a state-of-the-art playground, plaza, amphitheatre, artificial turf soccer field and landscaped garden.  
Cathedral High School
74 Union Park St, Boston, MA 02118
Sitting in the shadows of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, home to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, CathedralMore High School provides a comprehensive education for students in grades 9-12. In recent years, Cathedral High School has boasted a perfect graduation rate with 100% of seniors continuing with post-secondary education. The Cathedral Middle School, which opened in the fall of 2010, is located on the top floor of the Union Park building, serving students in grades 7-8.
Cathedral of the Holy Cross
1400 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118
The Cathedral of the Holy Cross is the mother church of the Roman Cathlolic Archdioses of Boston and holds daily mass,More including services in English and Spanish. The Gothic-style cathedral was built in 1866 and can hold up to 1700 people. The Cathedral also operates a grammer school, middle school and high school in the South End. For a full mass schedule visit www.holycrossboston.com.
William E. Carter School
396 Northampton St, Boston, MA 02118
The William E. Carter School offers an individualized education for students with intensive special needs, fosteringMore growth in academic areas while also providing vocational training and community immersion programs. The school serves students from kindergarten through grade 12 and is staffed with one full-time nurse and a team of behavioral specialists and physical therapists. Attached to the school is a 16,540-square-foot sensory garden outdoor classroom, designed to create sensory appeal and learning motivation for students with disabilities.