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    The Community Academy of Science and Health (C.A.S.H.) is one of Boston Public School's small, Science and Health Careers themed high schools. Our curriculum is centered on our academically challenging Science and Math courses, and our literacy programs.
    Located in the Fields Corner area of Dorchester, C.A.S.H. has an unwavering commitment to providing underserved populations the access needed to further develop their awareness of and response to their civic obligations and to enrich their academic and leadership skills. Additionally, C.A.S.H. is committed to service-learning, which has become a major characteristic in the identity of C.A.S.H. With a committed staff, key community partners and a culture that cultivates success, C.A.S.H. is moving forward to build leaders and propel students toward academic and personal success.

CASH Announcements

  • College Support

    Even though we are not in the building, Ms. Gourdet is available to meet with students on ZOOM to make sure you have all the information you need for college! Email her today at rgourdet@asa.org

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  • Looking for Jobs?

    Ms. Gakpo is still available to help students get Summer Jobs. Please feel free to email her at agnes.gakpo@bostonpic.org!

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Headmaster's Corner

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    Welcome! I am Robin Lee, the Headmaster. As you browse through the site, you will learn more about our school community: academic programs, staff, student activities and more.
    We have an open door policy and invite you to come see the amazing things we are doing. We are CASH where Challenges are Accepted; Success Happens!

Teaching and Learning

  • Instructional Focus: Incorporate opportunities for students to apply the skills necessary to collaboratively interrogate information and compose evidence-based arguments. 

    School-wide Priority Question: What do students, specifically ELLs, males and students w/ Special Needs, struggle with most when developing confidence and perseverance as an independent learner?