Rachel Jean-Marie, a humanities and dance teacher, helped 17-year-old Dennis Bennett of Dorchester with a project in class at Boston Day and Evening Academy in Roxbury.

Students say alternative approach at school works

By Russell Nichols
Globe Staff / December 12, 2005

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Multi-colored notes stuck to a bulletin board in the hallway reveal a slice of the Boston Day & Evening Academy, a three-story alternative school perched on a hill overlooking Dudley Square in Roxbury, where one student has written: ''This is our school. We never fall. We stick together through all troubles and triumphs." (Full article: 697 words)

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