History PRIDE Booster Club is Revere's non-profit parent led organization whose mission is to raise the required funds to implement, enrich and maintain programs and services designed to support and enhance the learning environment for all students on campus.
Active parents formed the Paul Revere Booster Club (Paul Revere Interest Development Enrichment) in 1982 to help fund projects and programs that school staff, parents and students identified as vital to the learning environment at Paul Revere Middle Charter School and Mathematics, Science and Technology Magnet Center.
The PRIDE Executive Board is comprised of active parent volunteers. Every dollar raised is used to fund ongoing programs in the arts, music, physical education, science, ecology and technology, or to institute new ones such as our unique Outdoor Learning Environment, PEP After-School Enrichment and Teacher Resource Center.
PRIDE encourages parents to get involved on campus. There are many ways you can contribute and enrich the educational experience of all students.