Chelsea Public Schools - Bridge to Success

Chelsea Public Schools is a gateway school system that welcomes and educates ALL students and families.

Teachers, administrators, and support staff, from pre-kindergarten through grade twelve are dedicated to providing Chelsea students with a Bridge to Success, a commitment that ALL students will achieve at high levels, think critically, and graduate from our school system college and career ready.

Superintendent, Mary Bourque

Chelsea Public Schools Vision

By June 30, 2021, Chelsea Public Schools will ensure diverse opportunities and pathways for ALL students to succeed in college, career, and life through our commitment to collaborative leadership, reflective practice, supportive classroom climate, purposeful and rigorous teaching and learning, and ongoing assessment to adjust our practice.

District and Individual School Report Cards

School Policy Prohibiting Bullying

The Chelsea Public School System is committed to maintaining a school environment where students are free from bullying and cyber-bullying and the effects thereof.

Chelsea Public Schools administrative offices are located at 500 Broadway, Chelsea, MA 02150 | 617.466.4477. For contact and additional information on individual schools, please see the Chelsea Schools section.

A little about Chelsea, Massachusetts

The City of Chelsea, Massachusetts is located in Suffolk County directly across the Mystic River from the City of Boston. The City was first settled in 1624, established itself as a Town in 1739 and was incorporated as a City in 1857. Chelsea, Massachusetts has an estimated population of 35,080 and occupies a land area of 1.8 square miles.


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District News

CPS Public Notices
4/6: Chelsea School Committee meets Thurs. April 6.
Employment Opportunities New Clark Avenue Project

CCS Blood Drive
Chelsea Community Schools' third annual American Red Cross Blood Drive will be held on Tuesday April 11, 2-7pm in the Williams Building gym. [More]

High Five Friday
On Friday, March 24th officers from the Chelsea Police Department will be visiting each of our schools in the morning, greeting students as they arrive for the day and giving them "high-fives." [More]

Chelsea Youth Commission
Chelsea's Youth Commission is back! Chelsea's Youth Commission advises and assists the City Council, the School Committee and the City Manager. [More]

Superintendent's Update 3/17
Keep up-to-date with Chelsea Public Schools; see this week's Superintendent's Update!

See more in our news archive