Student-Teaching in Greater Boston

Emmanuel College education majors have the opportunity to engage in student-teaching practicums at nearly three dozen schools in the greater Boston area.

Using greater Boston as an extended classroom, Emmanuel education majors have the opportunity for field-based teaching experiences in a wide variety of school settings (Public, Private, Charter, Pilot and Catholic), allowing for first-hand observation and to engage with learners from all cultures and with diverse instructional needs.

Our student-teaching school sites include:

  • Boston Latin School, Boston, Public, 7-12
  • Cathedral High School, Boston, Catholic, 7-12
  • Dr. William W. Henderson Inclusion School, Boston, Public, K-12
  • Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Science, Boston, Public, Charter, 9-12
  • Eliot Innovation School, Boston, Public, K-8
  • Fenway High School, Boston, Public, Pilot, 9-12
  • OLPH Mission Grammar School, Boston, Catholic, K-8
  • Patrick J. Kennedy Elementary School, Boston, Public, K-5
  • St. Joseph Preparatory High School, Boston, Catholic, 9-12
  • Richard J. Murphy School, Dorchester, Public, K-8
  • St. John Paul II Catholic Academy, Dorchester, Catholic, PreK-8
  • Mildred Avenue School, Mattapan, Public, K-8
  • Amos A. Lawrence School, Brookline, Public, K-8
  • Heath School, Brookline, Public, K-8
  • Pierce School, Brookline, Public, K-8
  • St. Mary of the Assumption Elementary School, Brookline, Catholic, PreK-8
  • William H. Lincoln School, Brookline, Public, K-8
  • Matignon High School, Cambridge, Catholic, 9-12
  • North Quincy High School, North Quincy, Public, 9-12
  • Shawsheen Elementary School, Wilmington, Public, 1-3
  • A.C. Whelan Elementary School, Revere, Public, K-5
  • Revere High School, Revere, Public, 9-12
  • Susan B. Anthony Middle School, Revere, Public, 6-8

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