BUA’s 25th Anniversary Celebration Weekend: May 4-5, 2018
Please join us to celebrate the history and achievements of Boston University Academy, and to look ahead to the future of our school. BUA will host two days of celebration activities in Boston on May 4 and 5, 2018, culminating with a gala on the evening of May 5, 2018.
BUA by the Numbers
- 193 students
- 12 Average class size
- 9:1 Student to teacher ratio
- 60 cities and towns represented
- 25 languages spoken at home
Be You @ BUA
Our motto is “Learning Without Limits.” In the literal sense, it means that BUA students build on their experience within the Academy building to pursue virtually any academic interest with world-class faculty at a major research university. Interested in Chaotic Dynamic Systems? We’ve got that. Warfare in Antiquity? Modern Japanese Literature? We’ve got those too.
But just as importantly, our students develop the skills and confidence to know that they are capable of extraordinary things. With hard work and perseverance, nothing is beyond their reach. Each and every student at BUA is known, cared for, taught well, and advised thoughtfully. Our students are kind to one another. It makes it easier to be who you are, to follow your dreams and passions, and to decompress and have fun. Oh, yes — we’re a high school. There’s way more to BUA than academics. Read on to learn more about our unique alchemy of rigorous academics and a warm, caring community — we think you’ll be excited by what you see!
April 11, 2018
Boston University Academy seniors Juliana Bongiorno ’18 and Andrew Deng ’18 were selected for Boston Herald’s 2018 Winter Prep School All-Scholastics titles for basketball. More
April 3, 2018
After graduating from BUA, Alexander Voeller ‘00 attended the United States Air Force Academy, where he received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Alex holds... More
February 28, 2018
BUA's Girls' Varsity Basketball team clinched the Girls' Independent League (GIL) championship Tuesday against Woodward, 39-33 . This victory marks the first-ever GIL title... More