Nativity School of Worcester

67 Lincoln St, Worcester, Ma 01605
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Our missionNativity School of Worcester is an accredited, independent, Jesuit middle school that provides a quality, all-scholarship education to underserved boys of all faiths. Drawing upon four pillars – strength, scholarship, character, and service – a Nativity education inspires self-discovery, responsibility, spiritual growth, and a lifelong dedication to learning.
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A contribution to Nativity Worcester does not go unnoticed. We are able to support offering a private, completely free education to young men in Worcester from underserved communities through the generosity of donors and benefactors. We supply all the boys need for school and home, at not cost to their families. Your donation is valuable to us.

We receive no  financial assistance for operations from the College of the Holy Cross, the Diocese of Worcester or the State and Federal Government.

To donate, please use our secure Network for Good transaction page, which you can reach through the "Donate Nativity" button below.

Interested in speaking to our staff?
Please contact Elizabeth Wambui, Director of Advancement, at 508-799-0100 ext. 106 or [email protected] if you’d like to give by phone or if you have any questions about giving to Nativity School of Worcester.

Nativity School of Worcester is a registered 501(c)(3) organization and all gifts are tax-deductible, where allowed by law. The school’s tax ID number is 03-0385377. The school adheres to the Donor Bill of Rights.
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    A list of items we use for instruction can be found on the below Amazon Wish List. This is a direct way to support in-class learning and would be an asset for our school.
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      About usNativity School of Worcester is modeled upon effective practices that provide students from low-income homes the opportunity for academic excellence. The Nativity model of education began with the creation of the Nativity Mission Center in New York City in 1971. The model consists of small class sizes, a mandatory summer program, an extended school day where students attend organized activities and an evening study, and a graduate support program. Today, there are 64 Nativity Miguel Schools serving over 5,000 middle-school-aged boys and girls in 27 states.
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