James P. Timilty Middle School
Community Partners
Please call or e-mail us with questions on the various programs.
Keeping the Promise Alive!
SquashBusters:  Student SquashBusters learn intensive squash skills, participate in an academic support program, take field trips, and perform community service. Click here for more info.

Play Ball!: The Play Ball! Foundation funds baseball, double dutch, girls volleyball and football teams for over 1000 Boston middle school students. Our student athletes are having having fun, building friendships and character through the lessons of sports – teamwork, communication and discipline. Click here for more info.

G-Row Boston: A rowing program for urban girls founded by Olympic Gold Medalist, Holly Metcalf.  Team members do fitness training with weights and rowing machines, take swimming lessons, and row indoors at local university rowing tanks as well as on the Charles River starting in April. Click here for more info.

Boston Partners in Education: Boston Partners in Education enhances the academic achievement and nurtures the personal growth of Boston's public school students by providing them with focused, individualized, in-school volunteer support. Click here for more info.
MGH Mentor Partnership: A group of students are selected to work with scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) on their science fair projects. Click here for more info.

Simmons College: Students establish relationships with current graduate students at Simmons College, working on academic and social achievements. Click here for more info.

Celtics Stay in School Program: A partnership with the Boston Celtics that encourages students to “Stay in School” and maintain perfect attendance. Click here for more info.

Black Nativity: An annual program based on the Gospel of St. Luke and the poetry of Langston Hughes that rehearses at the Timilty and performs at Tremont Temple every December. Click here for more info.

Roxbury Action Club: A community group that provides opportunities for students to participate in academic enrichment opportunities.

First Church: An afterschool program that reinforces academic achievement, social skills, and physical education.
The Timilty has a diverse array community partners that offer beyond-school opportunities for our students.