News & Announcements

O'B Graduation Ceremony
The graduation ceremony is to be held Friday, June 9th. Doors open at 5:30. Ceremony begins at 6PM

BPS Superintendent Tommy Chang Selects Acting Headmaster of the John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science as the Permanent Leader

Welcome Session for Invitees and Parents/Guardians Scheduled for April 5th
Congratulations to those students and their families invited to join our O'Bryant family for the 2017 - 2018 academic year. We are excited to meet you and look forward to sharing additional information about our school with you.  We will be hosting an information session for prosepective students and their parents/guardians on April 5, 2017 at 6:00 pm in the O'Bryant Main Auditorium. 

STEM Update
O’B FIRST Robotics Team competed in competition in Bridgewater & they won the award for Highest Seed for a Rookie Team

The Mass Life Sciences Center presented the O’Bryant School with a large grant award here at our school. Mayor Walsh and Superintendent Chang attended the award ceremony. Click here to read the Boston Globe article on the MA Life Sciences Center Grant that O’Bryant was awarded!

The BPS Regional Science Fair is being held on Saturday March 4th at Northeastern University. Public viewing of projects is from1:30 to 2:30pm. The O’Bryant School will have 60 middle and high school students presenting their projects at the Fair!

The O’Bryant’s FIRST Robotics team presented their robot at an Educators’ Night for Making at Autodesk, Inc..

General Electric (GE) Visit 
35 Volunteers from General Electric (GE) visited the O’Bryant and consulted with students on science fair projects and engaged in after school activities with students. The volunteers also provided input to our STEM Plan and contributed to insights into how to build school-industry partnerships.

O'Bryant Girls Soccer Boston City Champions - Fall 2016

Coach Jason Joseph and the Seniors with their medals and Championship trophy.

On Wednesday, November 2nd, the O'Bryant Girls Soccer Team captured the Boston City Championship with an exciting 2 - 1 victory over Boston Latin Academy. Sophomore Grade Burns scored the game winning goal in the closing seconds of overtime. In addition to Grace, the Lady Tigers were lead by strong performances by Maeve Fittz, Alia DePina, Amanda Leyton-Nolan, Caroline Adduci, Esther Saint Fort, Jennifer Mbah, Princel Feliz, and outstanding goalkeeping by Sabrina Costa. 

The leadership of Coach Jason Joseph and the efforts of the Lady Tigers truly reflect the ideals of OB PRIDE!

The Lady Tigers will play Burlington in the First Round of the Division II North State Tournament on Friday, November 4th at 3:30 pm at home. 

O'Bryant Dominates Boston Public Schools Middle School Cross Country Meet

On Thursday, October 20th, the O'Bryant Girls and Boys Cross Country Teams both won 1st place at the 20th Annual Boston Public Schools Middle School Cross Country Championship Meet at Franklin Park. O'Bryant also placed 2nd in the co-ed relay race.

The Lady Tigers were lead by outstanding performances by Courtney Lambright, who finished 1st among all female competitors. She was followed in the top ten by O'Bryant athletes: Anaylee Barrett in 4th place, Therea Piard in 5th place, McRae Wiederer in 7th place and Grace Colon in 8th place.

The Tigers were lead by strong individual performances by Dasonte Bowen, who finished 3rd among all male competitors, and Javon Smith, who finished 4th.

Coach Ortega and Coach Brock did an outstanding job preparing the students for the meet. The strong O'Bryant performance was particularly gratifying because it was witnessed by Ruben Sanca, Olympian and O'Bryant Class of 2005 alum.

For additional pictures: O'Bryant Cross Country Photographs

O’Bryant Middle School Students Engage in Learning Beyond the Classroom: Science Research Cruise on Boston Harbor

On Tuesday October 4th, students in Mr. Clinchot’s eighth grade science class joined by Ms. Ryan experienced a science research cruise on Boston Harbor onboard the UMASS Boston vessel M/V Columbia Point. The experience included an orientation and time spent out on Boston Harbor collecting biological samples, water quality data, and demonstration of other oceanographic sampling techniques.

Students engaged in activities that included retrieving lobster traps, deploying an underwater camera to observe the harbor floor, engaging in seafloor trawling to collect invertebrate samples, and collecting phytoplankton samples.

 For additional pictures: Science at Sea Program (October 4, 2016)

Special Thanks to UMass Boston, the New England Aquarium and the Richard Lounsbery Foundation Science at Sea Program.