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“More than a Number”: The Power of Relationships: John D. O’Bryant High School of Mathematics and Science

Students recognize that personal attention is what makes O’Bryant unique. Teachers at this Boston school make themselves available well before and after school to support students in mastering O’Bryant’s challenging STEM curriculum. Read the transcript of “More than a Number”: The Power of Relationships. 
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Contact Information

Steven Sullivan, Headmaster
John D. O’Bryant High School of Mathematics and Science
55 Malcolm X Boulevard
Roxbury, Massachusetts 02120-3106
Telephone: (617) 635-9932
Web site/URL: http://obryant.us/index.jsp
E-mail: ssullivan@boston.k12.ma.us

Student Demographics, 2010-2011 Academic Year

Demographic Feature Data
Number of Students, 7 – 12 1,215
Black or African American 38%
Hispanic or Latino 29%
White 11%
Asian 21%
Two or More Races 1%
American Indian or Alaskan Native 1%
Student mobility rate during the past year 4%
Students with Limited English Proficiency 1%
Students eligible for subsidized meals 100%
Students Receiving Special Education Services 2%