Why BAA's High Needs Students Need and Deserve Your Support

At BAA and BAAF, we believe that talent is equally distributed throughout the City of Boston, but opportunity is not. 17% of BAA's 477 artist-scholars have a documented disability, which may include a specific learning disability, emotional impairment, health impairment, communication, or sensory challenges. In addition, up to 35% of BAA's freshmen enter BAA reading below grade level. Many students struggle with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues.

Contributions to the Boston Arts Academy Foundation Endowed Fund for Full Inclusion from friends like you will ensure that high-needs BAA students acquire the knowledge, skills, and support they need to share their talents with the world. This includes graduating from high school and being accepted to college.

About the Full Inclusion Fund

BAAF has proudly launched the Boston Arts Academy Foundation Endowed Fund for Full Inclusion in Honor of BAA, Anne Rogers Clark, and Sean Quinn Curran. This campaign will raise $500,000 from July 6 - October 31, 2020.

Over 10 years, contributions to this fund will be fully spent to provide targeted interventions, professional development for faculty and clinicians, as well as classroom-based support. This is a "spend-down" down fund at the discretion of BAA's Head of School and the President of BAAF.

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Are you interested in joining our Host Committee with a commitment of donating or securing $10,000 or more? Please see Host Committee section below for more information, or contact Denella J. Clark, President of Boston Arts Academy Foundation, at dclark@baafdn.org or (617) 650-3434.

Campaign Chair

Pamela D.A. Reeve


Fund Honorees

Anne Rogers Clark

Boston Arts Academy's Head of School

"The purpose of BAAF's Full Inclusion Fund is to make sure BAA will always be a caring and supportive community for all of its students. That's why it's so important, and why my family and I are proud to support it."


Sean Quinn Curran

Boston Arts Academy Foundation Board Secretary and
Co-Chair of the Building Our Future Campaign

"Students who succeed in the world add to our quality of life as they make meaningful contributions to society."

Host Committee Members

The Boger Family
The Curran Family
Joseph Flynn
Joseph Hanley
Paul Melvin
The Monks Clark Family
Frances Sykes Moyer
Betsy and Gary Nabel
Pamela D.A. Reeve
Richard Rudman
Katherine Chapman Stemberg and William J. Schnoor, Jr.
Jim Supple
Tyrone Sutton 

Host Committee Event

Saturday, September 12, 2020 5-7pm
Private home, Winchester, MA

Join us to celebrate BAAF's Full Inclusion Fund; Boston Arts Academy; Anne Rogers Clark, BAA's Head of School; and BAAF Board Secretary and Building Our Future Campaign Co-Chair Sean Quinn Curran. Host Committee members will receive a complimentary invitation for themselves and one guest.

About the Host Committee

Members of the Host Committee commit to donating or securing $10,000 or more to support the BAAF Fund for Full Inclusion.

To learn more about the Full Inclusion Fund Host Committee, please contact Denella J. Clark, President of Boston Arts Academy Foundation, at dclark@baafdn.org or (617) 650-3434.


Jennifer Adler and Seth Albaum
Laura Alpert and Peter Perry, Jr.
Nancy Bauer
Neathery and Jason Brenzel
Tom and Sonja Hout
Peter G.R. Lloyd and Helen M. Waters
Leila Cohan Miccio
Maureen Monks
Reggie Lewis, Jr, Reggiena S. Lewis, and Donna M. Harris-Lewis
Ellen and Peter Zane


Boston Arts Academy Foundation
Denella J. Clark, President

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