The other two exam schools in Boston, Boston Latin Academy and the O'Bryant School of Math & Science, have higher percentages of poor and minority students.
What does BLA stand for?
BLA stands for Boston Latin Academy
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- British Liberation Army (World War II unit)
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- Bureau of Legislative Affairs
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- Bis-Lactobionic Acid Amide (pharmacology)
- British Llama and Alpaca Association (Warwickshire, West Midlands, England, UK)
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Monster Scholars" selected to represent key Monster communities throughout the United States: Boston, MA, Anna Nicole Dartley, Boston Latin Academy Chicago, IL, Ellise Brooks, Lindblom Math and Science Academy Cincinnati, OH, Jeremiah Hobson, Woodward Career Technical High School Florence, SC, Javae McWhite, Wilson High School Indianapolis, IN, Rhaiana Campbell, North Central High School Milwaukee, WI, Korey Jasper, Rufus King International Baccalaureate World School San Francisco, CA, Wendy Cheung, Abraham Lincoln High School Tempe, AZ, Katelyn Keberle, McClintock High School Washington, D.
She began playing volleyball in the sixth grade and played at Boston Latin Academy and also at Guilford College in South Carolina.
Eric Mitchell, 16, grade 10, Boston Latin Academy -- Expedition to Borja, Spain, working on an excavation of an ancient Bronze Age Iberian village.