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Helen Y. Davis Leadership Academy Mentioned in Huffington Post ArticleHelen Y. Davis Leadership Academy was mentioned in a Huffington Post article that explained why the music video--My Black is Beautiful--released by DLA teacher, Lovely Hoffman, is so impactful in helping young girls of color embrace their beauty.
2017 Boston Area Charter School ShowcaseAt this informational fair you will learn about the many high quality educational options offered by tuition-free Boston and Cambridge area charter public schools! Give your child a solid educational foundation to succeed in life: charter schools offer longer school days and school years, innovative programming, support services for English Language Learners and students with disabilities, and college preparatory programs. Fill out enrollment forms on the spot after learning about which schools will be the best fit for your child! Charter public schools are open to all children in grades K1-12. Enrollment is free and determined by lottery.
Coordinated Program ReviewPlease be advised that Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will be conducting a program review on December 12-14th. The review will be conducted Joan Brinckerhoff.
2017-2018 LotteryThe 2017-2018 Lottery was held at Davis Leadership Academy on Wednesday, March 8 at 6:30 PM. Please click on "More" to get to the 2017-2018 Lottery Results. The enrollment deadline for the 2017-2018 school year was Tuesday, February 28th at 5:00 PM. We are still accepting applications for 2017-2018, however, all new applications are added to our Waitlist. Please see the "Admissions" section for more information. For questions regarding the 2017-2018 Lottery or the application process, please contact Ms. Jones at 617-474-7950.
DLA Was Performance Level 1 Four Years In A RowFor four years in a row, Helen Y. Davis Leadership Academy Charter Public School was honored by the Governor for attaining Performance Level 1 accountability status for narrowing the achievement gap. “Level 1” achievement is the highest accountability level a school can receive, which classifies it as a high progress and high growth school in MCAS proficiency. For this high achievement, the Governor honored DLA as a Commendation School — a designation of the highest honor from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.