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Solomon Lewenberg School, Outlook Road
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 Solomon Lewenberg School (Middle)

20 Outlook Road, Mattapan
Built 1930
Desmond & Lord, Architects

Solomon Lewenberg was a public-spirited member of a number of civic organizations of Boston and was well known for his philanthropy.


What's In a Name? Names of Boston's Schools: Their Origin. Boston: School Volunteers for Boston and the Boston Public Schools, 1980.

Attorney John J. Gardiner (b. 1907) has offered the information that President Wilson appointed Solomon Lewenberg food commissioner for the United States during World War 1.


In 2011 the Boston Public Schools website says this building is home to Young Achievers Science and Math Pilot K-8, a pilot school with a special focus on math and science taught in project-based units.

Readers' Comments
 From: Neal Robins

I attended the Lewenberg from 1959 to 1962. What a wonderful school. I still remember almost all the teachers. in the seventh grade I had Miss Kirby. She was strict but when you left her class you learned something. She opened my eyes to reading novels and I still enjoy it to this day. I still remember the school song and I graduated in 1962 from the Morton Theater on Blue Hill Ave.

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