BPS High School to Teacher Program (HSTT)

The Office of Human Capital’s (OHC) Diversity Programs are aligned to support the district’s investment in workforce diversity. The OHC's Diversity Programs cultivate and retain the district's diverse and talented workforce, using two strategies: workforce pipeline development (both internal and external) and workforce retention.

The Boston Public Schools (BPS) High School to Teacher Program is a pipeline development program that develops strategic partnerships to identify, cultivate, and support a cohort of high school students who reflect the cultural, linguistic, and racial diversity of BPS students to successfully navigate high school, matriculate and graduate from college, and return to BPS as teachers. 

The BPS HSTT Program engages Scholars in monthly meetings, college visits and conferences, and a curriculum focused on teacher education, college access, and leadership development. The model engages students from 9th grade through college graduation.

To learn more about the program, download the program overview. 

The BPS HSTT 18-19 Scholar Application is now live. If you are a BPS Student who is passionate about working with children and bettering your community apply to be an HSTT Scholar between October 2nd, 2018 and January 16th, 2019

Have additional questions? Contact Wensess Raphael, Program Coordinator, or program assistant Erin Moore by email at hstt@bostonpublicschools.org or call (617) 635-9647.