Paige Academy's 50th Anniversary and Annual Kwanza Celebration/Fundraiser/Founders retirement 

Sunday December 29th, 2019

5:00pm to 10:00pm

UU Urban Ministry at First Church Roxbury

10 Putnam St. Roxbury, MA 02119





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Welcome to Paige Academy

Paige Academy is an independent school offering a comprehensive, culturally affirming and developmentally based educational environment.

We provide Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Programs as well as our Elementary School curriculum in Arts, Sciences, Humanities, and Technology for children ages 6 to 12 years.

Paige Academy embraces the concept that cultural resonance expressed through an ethnically abundant educational community enhances the quality of a child’s academic and intellectual experience.

Paige seeks to create a stimulating tapestry of diversity in its community of students, parents, staff, and faculty. Paige employs a multilingual, international teaching and administrative staff that represents the many people and cultures of the Diaspora.


Enroll for the 2019-2020 academic year

We invite you to consider our school for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Call (617) 445-6969 (for Sis. Paige dial extension 203 or Bro. Ashe dial extension 211)
for information & admissions package or Email: paigeacademy@gmail.com
  • We consider applicants from all ethnic and all financial backgrounds  
  • We accept Private Pay families and families with Vouchers
  • We also have sliding scale slots available to those who qualify.



Summer Program 2020


Our Summer Program provides a day full of activities, 8:00 am-5:30 pm,  Monday - Friday.
Following the African philosophy of Paige Academy, the Nguzo Saba Summer Program is designed to enhance the growth and development of children via hands-on and real-life experiences.
The program provides children between the ages of 5 and 12 years with a child-centered and engaging curriculum that promotes individual growth and development in a social, relaxing and interactive learning environment, guided by the Nguzo Saba/Seven Principles of Kwanza: Unity; Collective Work and Responsibility; Cooperative Economics; Purpose; Creativity; Faith.
Eight Weeks of Summer Activities
All activities and field trips are planned in accordance with our four thematic sessions. Each theme is 2 weeks long and concludes with a spectacular event for family and friends.
Each session costs $450 This does not include the registration and administration fee.

Session I - Nature Around Us
Session II - The Universe
Session III - Sources of Energy
Session IV - Cultural Diversity
Daily Classes Include:
  • Cooperative Sports
  • Art - Pottery, Painting, Collage, and Crafts
  • Gardening - Seeds to Cooking
  • African Percussion & Music - Singing and Writing
  • Dance - African and Improvisational
  • Theatre and Storytelling - ReadBoston
  • Academics - Computer Programs, Reading, Math, Science, Photography and Graphic Arts
Field Trips Include:
  • Museum of Science
  • The Children's Museum
  • New England Aquarium
  • Boston Harbor Tour
  • Community Boating
  • Bike Riding at the Arboretum
  • The African Meeting House
  • Franklin Park Zoo
  • And more ...............