Getting to School
The Roxbury Latin School is located at 101 Saint Theresa Avenue in West Roxbury—the southwestern-most neighborhood of the City of Boston. The school is easily accessible via public transportation, though there are many options available in getting to school each day.
School Bus for City Residents and South Shore Residents
Roxbury Latin provides bus service for boys from the city that some students living in Roxbury, Dorchester, Hyde Park, Mattapan, and near South Station find convenient to use. There is a nominal charge to families for this bus service.
The Needham Line commuter rail West Roxbury station is only a block from the corner of Centre Street and St. Theresa Avenue. This line is convenient for boys coming from downtown Boston (South Station, Back Bay, the South End, and Roxbury) or from Needham.
Roxbury Latin is located on the MBTA bus line. From Forest Hills Station take either the Charles River bus or the Stimson via Belgrade. Get off on Centre Street at St. Theresa Avenue. The School is at the top of the hill on the right.
From Route 128 (Interstate 95)
Take the exit for “Route 109, Dedham” (Exit 16A). Follow Route 109 toward West Roxbury for 3.7 miles to the traffic light at St. Theresa Avenue. (St. Theresa Church will be in front of you on the right) Turn right onto St. Theresa Avenue. Roxbury Latin is near the top of the hill on the right. There is a sign at the school entrance.
From the Mass Pike
Take the exit for “Route 128/Interstate 95” (Exit 14). Take Route 128 South and follow the directions above.
Take the Jamaicaway. At the second rotary, bear right onto Route 1 South. Pass the Faulkner Hospital and bear right at the foot of the hill onto the V.F.W. Parkway (still Route 1 South). Turn left at the Carrigg (Cemetery) Monument display onto LaGrange Street. At the light at the intersection of Centre Street (at Blanchard’s), turn right. Turn left at the first traffic light onto St. Theresa Avenue.