Our Mission and VisionThe Condon K-8 School welcomes all students into a safe, supportive and inclusive environment where they can build the skills, knowledge and character to succeed in a life of active citizenship in the neighborhoods of Boston and beyond.
Our Vision: Community, Content, Creativity.
Community: We believe student scholars learn best in a safe and nurturing environment where expectations are clear and consistent.
Partnering with ALL families to learn how to better serve ALL students
Creating the Husky Block, a daily period for Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) from K-8
Strengthening school-wide routines and procedures through positive behavioral incentives
Content: We believe student scholars learn best when content and experiences validate their identities and when teachers know their learners and engage them in rigorous tasks.
Deep thematic units of study with standards-aligned real-world tasks
Daily lessons which provide for engagement, technology and supports for all learners
Texts and experiences which reflect the diverse cultures of our students and families
Creativity: We believe student scholars learn best when they have access to creative pursuits in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) and Movement (Gym, Swim, and Dance)
Access to the Arts including Dance, Studio Art, Theater, Choral and Instrumental Music
Experiences in the STEAM (including coding and robotics)
Opportunities in Movement (Gym, Swim, Dance).
This is our vision for transforming the Condon into a STEAM-focused K-8 school which reflects the spirit of Boston--diverse, dynamic, and future-focused.
The James F. Condon School is located in the heart of South Boston. Less than a half mile from the Seaport/Fort Point district, the Condon School boasts of strong partnerships, dedicated parents and highly qualified teachers. The Condon K-8 School is an innovative school serving students who reflect the rich diversity of Boston where children learn, families support one another, and the community rises to every need and every occasion. Our families speak over 19 different languages from all over the world!Built in 1973, the Condon School is named after James F. Condon, a South Boston community activist.Nearby transit via the Red Line's Broadway T stop, allows students and faculty to participate in many enrichment opportunities. The Condon School also has a great outdoor space including an Outdoor Classroom, ball fields, and two playground climbing features where outdoor learning is often part of the school day.
200 D Street
South Boston, MA 02127