NBSS is dedicated to helping students afford the cost of your education, and we are proud to announce our newest scholarship program, "Pell Yes!" – a new grant which provides up to $6,195 each year to need-qualified students who already hold a bachelor's degree. This gift replicates the Federal Pell Grant, a valuable tool already available to non-degree-holding students, and is just one of many types of aid we offer at NBSS.
Preservation Magazine recently profiled the award-winning Fowler Clark Epstein Farm. This innovative project from Historic Boston, Inc. involved many years of work from our Preservation Carpentry program and other dedicated nonprofits.
On the heels of our collaboration with Historic Boston Inc's award-winning urban farm, North Bennet Street School is proud to announce new Full-Time programs in Urban Beekeeping and Falconry Technology, beginning this fall. Though urban farming may sound like a contradiction, the practice is nothing new for Boston.
WCVB-TV's CityLine featured NBSS in a segment that aired March 24, 2019. They interviewed two current students, Bookbinding student Sephora Bergiste BB '19 and Preservation Carpentry student and Carpentry graduate Diego Rojas CA '17, PC '19, as well as and NBSS President Sarah Turner during their visit to the School. Watch the full video here.
NBC10 Boston TV featured the NBSS Violin Making & Repair program in a story on their Uniquely Boston program. Watch the full video story here, which included interviews with Department Head Roman Barnas, NBSS President Sarah Turner, current students, and violin instructor Sasha Callahan, who played instruments made by students.