Our Mission:  Partner with Massachusetts communities to support the design and construction of educationally-appropriate, flexible, sustainable, and cost-effective public school facilities.

Your School

What MSBA-supported projects are underway in your district? Learn the latest news, as well as helpful information about every public school in Massachusetts, through our “Your Schools” online database.

Workforce Needs Report

Occupational Projections and Vocational Education: The goal of this report was to conduct a labor market analysis and prepare data focusing on one of the types of educational facilities that the MSBA constructs — vocational high schools — to better understand the important role graduates of these schools will have in our 21st century economy.

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Vote Requirements

The MSBA has issued Vote Bulletins to inform cities, towns, and regional school districts of the requirements for warrant articles, motions, orders, and votes related to any potential projects that may be eligible for MSBA funding.


Our Geographic Information System (GIS) is a comprehensive mapping tool used to view MSBA projects across the Commonwealth. Through this system, you can view individual district project information as well as projects by type (e.g., New Construction, Repair, Model School).



The MSBA Helps Break Ground for the Abington Middle-High School
MSBA November 18, 2015 Board of Directors Meeting Information
MSBA Helps Cut Ribbon for Plains Elementary School in South Hadley
MSBA Board of Directors Meeting - Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at 10:00 AM
MSBA Administration, Operations, and Finance Subcommittee Meeting - Friday November 13, 2015 at 3:00 PM
Meeting the Commonwealth's Workforce Needs: Occupational Projections and Vocational Education
MSBA Helps Cut the Ribbon on the New Hill Elementary School in Revere
MSBA Helps Cut the Ribbon on the New Greenfield High School
MSBA Takes Part in Re-opening Ceremony for Assabet Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School