Boston is best known for its famous baked beans, Fenway Park, The Boston Marathon, and of course for the bar from Cheers, but dig a little deeper below the surface and you'll find a surprising wealth of things that make Boston one of the best cities in America—and the world. The city and surrounding region consistently ranks at the top of "best of" lists again and again. Here are 8 reasons why.
Living in Boston
North Bennet Street School is located in one of Boston's most culturally diverse neighborhoods, the North End. Residents and visitors of the North End can enjoy a variety of food, shopping, and culture, all within one walkable neighborhood. It has historically been a place for immigrants throughout the City's history, and NBSS has been a part of the North End since 1881.
While NBSS does not offer student housing, below are some resources that may be helpful. In addition, members of our community (new and current students, graduates, and staff/faculty) can check out the Housing Classifieds on our Student/Alumni Portal with listings from around the region.
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When you think of Boston, you may think of modern traditions like the Marathon, Swan Boats at Public Garden, or the Green Monster at Fenway Park. However, each year in mid-April, Boston and the surrounding communities gear up to celebrate Patriots Day, which commemorates the first Revolutionary War battles at Lexington and Concord.
September is a busy time for college students in Boston. Upwards of 30,000 students moving into the city and hundreds of new apartments going up for rent mean lots of moving trucks—and lots of traffic. If you're moving to Boston this fall, you've probably got a lot on your plate already, so we've gathered a few tips to help alleviate some of your moving stress.
Hopefully, our moving to Boston Part 1 article helped you feel a little more prepared to move in. Now, let's focus on the fun part – exploring your new neighborhood! The North End is full of historical sites and cool hangout spots, all just steps away from NBSS. We're sure that as you get settled in, you'll find a few of your own favorite places. In the meantime, here are some of ours.
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