Scholarship Fund

Margarita Muñiz Academy is dedicated to preparing every student for college and beyond. The support and excitement for the Muñiz Academy, has generated a college scholarship fund named after the community leader and activist Yoel Camayd-Freixas (1949-2011).

Dr. Camayd-Freixas was a social psychologist who excelled in education, community development, and public administration.  He was a former

Yoel Camayd Freixas

assistant professor in the Urban Studies and Planning faculty at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a former professor at the School of Community Development at Southern New Hampshire University, joining its staff in 2002.  Among his many accomplishments, Dr. Camayd-Freixas founded the ground-breaking Hispanic Outreach Team in Jamaica Plain in 1978. He worked with Boston Public Schools in the 1980’s, and served on the Massachusetts Commission on Hispanic Affairs for Governor Dukakis from 1984 to 1988.

The  Camayd-Freixas College Scholarship Fund represents the school’s core values of diversity, education, social justice, and democracy.  Join this inspirational work by supporting the College Scholarship Fund for the Margarita Muñiz Academy. Donations to the Scholarship Fund can be made through the Boston Education Development Foundation, which is a Boston Public Schools’ affiliated 501c3 organization.  All donations are fully tax-deductible.  To donate, make checks out to the Yoel Camayd-Freixas College Scholarship Fund, MMA and send to:

Margarita Muñiz Academy                                                                                                            Yoel Camayd Freixas Scholarship Fund                                                                              Boston Education Development Foundation                                                                                  26 Court Street                                                                                                                            Boston, MA 02108                                                                                                                         Attn: Debbie Merry