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  • Boston Saves is a children’s savings account program that helps families of BPS students save and plan for their children’s college or career training from K2 kindergarten onward.

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    Through Boston Saves, every K2 kindergartner in BPS gets an account with $50 for their future college or career training. Families can get even more money for their child, called Boston Saves Dollars, and track those savings in the Boston Saves Savings Center. Along the way, students and families can learn more about how to make the most of their money to plan for the future!  

    Currently, all K2, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students in BPS have Boston Saves accounts.

    Families, start saving and planning for your child with Boston Saves.

    Which students have Boston Saves accounts?

    Every child entering K2 kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4rd  grade at BPS district schools will receive a Boston Saves account. At certain Boston Saves “pilot” schools, students in higher grades will also have accounts because their schools started the program earlier. See the chart below for details.


    Eligible Grades SY2023-2024

    All Schools
    Gardner Pilot
    King K-8
    Mattahunt Elem.
    Winship Elem.


    Conley Elem.
    Harvard-Kent Elem.
    McKay K-8
    Otis Elem.
    Roosevelt K-8

    Students who belonged to an eligible pilot school cohort, including Haynes EEC and West Zone ELC, and have since left that school, also keep their Boston Saves account. See this table to determine if your child belongs to an eligible pilot cohort.

    Please note: Current K2 Families will be able to log into the system by mid-December 2023 once we get the names/contacts information into our system.

    What if my child doesn’t have a Boston Saves account?

    Your family can still benefit from the program’s free planning resources and events! 

    You can also sign up for Boston Saves tips and resources to get the latest info.

    How does Boston Saves work?

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