Welcome! We're Glad You're Here! Boggs Academy, a Presbyterian school founded in 1906 in Keysville, Burke County, Georgia, under the aegis of the Board of Missions for Freedmen, Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., was an outstanding college-preparatory academy for African Americans. The school was closed in 1984. In its seventy-eight-year history Boggs Academy grew from meager beginnings to an institution of acknowledged educational excellence, recognized by the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, which accredited the school in 1943. Read more of "The Life and Legacy of Boggs Academy."
Why join the BANAA? An annual gift to the Boggs Academy Alumni Association closes the gap between tuition and the actual cost of providing an education to those less fortunate. Read more...>
The Greater Atlanta Chapter of the Boggs Academy Alumni Association has launched plans to partner with the Community Council of Metropolitan Atlanta (CCMA) to provide mentoring and life-skills coaching to inner-city young males participating in the Priority Male Initiative for young black males, 18-28 years of age. A Very Exciting Fun-filled Event! Read more>>
YOUR YearBooks! Yes! A few of your yearbooks have been scanned and made available on Facebook by Sabrina Smith Lewis Bradley! Give her a visit and thank her for her diligence! Now, if you have yearbooks not listed below, please consider scanning and forwarding them to the BA Museum Initiative. Thanks in advance! We WILL perpetuate the BA legacy! 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974
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