News & Announcements

O'Bryant Fall Athletic Season Kicks Off in Mid/Late August
For information about how to sign-up to play for an O'Bryant fall athletic team, as well as when/where the tryouts and pre-season practices will take place, please click the following links to access their Team Pages: Football, Girls Volleyball, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer

New Student Recommended Supply List (2016-2017)
The purpose of this list is to provide families with an idea of the types of supplies their children will need during the school year. The intent is to provide the information as early as possible so families can take advantage of “back-to-school” sales over the summer. All of these items do not have to be brought to school on a daily basis. Indeed, some of them should be kept at home as “reserves” or for use on special projects. Teachers will provide class-specific supply needs during the first week of school.

O'Bryant's Summer Reading 2016
Click the LINK above to  find summer reading assignments for English, history, and AP courses. All assignments are due when school resumes.

O'Bryant's ebulletin
The last version of our ebulletin is now available.

Bridge to Calculus
Bridge to Calculus is a rigorous preparation program intended for all students who wish to take high school and/or college level Calculus

They Don't See What I see Book Release Party
Join 826 Boston, Ms. Sheggai Tamerat, and 9th grade students from the O’Bryant High School celebrate the release of They Don’t See What I See.
When: Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Where: The Boston Globe

Student Spolight

Agnes Ugoji: Picks up the Mic!
On Thursday, April 28th, O’Bryant sophomore, Agnes Ugoji, a member of the O’Bryant/826 Writers Room Poetry Slam Team, earned, in a competition against more than 230 other youth poets, a spot to compete as one of the top-ten poets in the Massachusetts State Poetry Slam Preliminaries, giving Agnes anopportunity to compete in the Individual State Finals. On Friday, April, 29th, Agnes competed against the best of thebest in Massachusetts. For those who have heard Agnes perform her own original work, it came as no surprise just who took home the mic. Agnes not only earned the title of Massachusetts Youth Grand Slam Champion, but she will also be a part of the youth team representing Massachusetts at Brave New Voices, a nationwide youth poetry slam competition taking place in Washington, D.C. in July!