Located in Boston’s historic north end, the North Bennet Street School is an artisan institution providing hands-on training for students in a number of trades utilizing evolving technology. The school offers nine full time professional training programs in Bookbinding, Piano Technology, Locksmithing, and more, as well as continuing education classes taught by master craftspeople. In addition, NBSS’s course catalogue includes a class on Business Fundamentals to help students establish themselves in the professional world. Outside of the classroom, North Bennet Street students participate in a number of social activities including PB&J Wednesdays and a bowling tournament.
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