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School-Based Health

The School-Based Health Centers (SBHC) provide culturally and developmentally appropriate health care services in Boston schools. Our services address the medical and behavioral health issues that can interfere with academic success.


SBHCs are currently located in 6 Boston Public High Schools but provide services to 8 BPS High Schools.

Our teams include a medical provider, mental health clinician, health educator and administrative assistant. They work to ensure that enrolled students have access to the health information and services they need.

School Based Heath Center locations

Name of School Contact Information
Another Course to College (Mental Health only) ​20 Warren Street

Brighton, MA 02135

(617) 534-2023
Boston Community Leadership Academy and

New Mission High School
655 Metropolitan Avenue

Hyde Park, MA 02136

(617) 910-2333
Boston Latin Academy High School 205 Townsend Street, Boston, MA 02121

(617) 534-9930
Brighton High School 25 Warren Street, Brighton, MA 02135

(617) 534-9958
Charlestown High School (Mental Health only) 240 Medford Avenue, Charlestown, MA 02129

(617) 534-9957
Jeremiah E. Burke High School 60 Washington Street, Dorchester, MA 02124

(617) 534-9954
Madison Park High School 55 Malcolm X Blvd., Roxbury, MA 02119

(617) 534-9965
Snowden International High School 150 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02115

(617) 534-9967



Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants provide:

  • preventive care
  • routine annual sports/employment physical exams
  • diagnosis and treatment of episodic illness (like strep throat)
  • immunizations
  • chronic illness care (including asthma)
  • sexual/reproductive health education and management (including STI testing/treatment)
Mental Health:

Licensed Mental Health Counselors or Licensed Clinical Social Workers provide the following:

  • psycho-social assessment
  • on-going therapy
  • case management for individuals or groups
  • intervention in crisis situations
  • provision of information
  • referrals and resources for individuals, families, and school personnel within the school and community
  • SBHC clinicians also work in partnership with schools in response to traumatic events
Sexual Health/Reproductive Health:

Health Educators provide:

  • one-on-one and group counseling and classroom education to high school students
  • including providing information on healthy bodies
  • healthy relationships
  • prevention of STIs 
  • unplanned pregnancies

Get connected!

To take advantage of what the SBHCs have to offer, please contact the SBHC at your child’s school to schedule an appointment. For your child(ren)'s first visit, you will need to provide a Parental Consent form. You can download​ the English Consent Form and Spanish Consent Form.

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