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Partnering with SquashBusters was one of the best things I did as president.
- Richard Freeland, Former Northeastern University President

Boston

Our flagship program site built its permanent home in partnership with and on the campus of Northeastern University in 2003, enabling SQB to triple its enrollment and begin offering a high school program. Students come to us from four partner Boston Public middle schools and over 20 public, parochial and charter schools across the city.

Demographic Breakdown

Our Boston students come to us from neighborhoods all over the city, primarily the communities of Dorchester, Mattapan and Roxbury
Latino/Hispanic
Black/African-American
Multiracial/other
Asian/Pacific Islander
White

153

Students

in grades 7-12 study, play squash, and serve the community 3-5 days per week

100%

graduates from the Class of 2018 enrolled in college

BOSTON

795 Columbus Avenue
Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120
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    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
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July 27, 2018 - July 29, 2018

Urban Midwest Championships

Kenyon College
The Squash and Education Alliance's Midwest Championships take place every summer at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio.
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July 16, 2018 - August 2, 2018

SQB Boston Summer Slam

SquashBusters Badger and Rosen Center
The SquashBusters Summer Slam is a three-week camp open to any elementary or middle school student interested in squash.
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February 1, 2016

SquashBusters CEO Greg Zaff Sits Down with Boston.com

In a fantastic interview with Hilary Sargent, SquashBusters founder and CEO Greg Zaff talked about the history of the program, how it has grown from a program serving 24 kids using borrowed courts and classrooms, and how ‪urban squash‬ became a worldwide movement that has served over 2000 youth since it began twenty years ago.
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April 29, 2016

Governor Baker Stops By To Wish a Happy 20th to SquashBusters

Governor Charlie Baker dropped in on squash practice at the SquashBusters center at Northeastern University, to talk to students in the SquashBusters program about the importance of education and hard work.
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