Urban Improv’s Rehearsal for Life Assembly Program opens a dialogue and facilitates healthy discussions around difficult subjects. Curriculum spans 4th to 12th grade.

Our model promotes three key social emotional skills: social awareness, responsible decision-making and relationship skills. The intersection of Urban Improv’s interactive scenes and discussions reinforce pro-social behaviors while giving participants the opportunity to learn, reflect, practice and share.

The Urban Improv assembly gets a very positive response from both the students and the faculty. Urban Improv’s method allows our students to share their perspectives and participate in a fun, informative, and memorable way. They reference the assembly throughout the school year.

Sarah Herman, Head of School at Our Sisters’ School

You are our favorite partnership. We have a lot of partners but this one is the best.

Anonymous , 2016/2017 Partner School Principal

Urban Improv ignited a dialogue and students continued to discuss and dissect the dilemma after the assembly ended. To me, this is a sign of success.

Anonymous , School Administrator


We also design workshops for school faculties that can be offered in tandem with student assemblies. Using Urban Improv’s unique format, these workshops provide faculty an opportunity to explore and discuss topics of particular interest or concern to a school community.

If you are interested in booking an assembly, please click the button below to contact us and a staff member will respond to your inquiry.

Schools and organizations we have worked with:

Elementary & Middle Schools

  • Ambrose Elementary School
  • Boston Renaissance Charter Public School
  • Boston Teachers Union School
  • Buckingham Browne & Nichols
  • Charles River School
  • Dale Street School
  • Driscoll School
  • East Somerville Community School
  • Frederick Middle School
  • Hale Elementary
  • Hanscom Middle School
  • Heath School
  • International School of Boston
  • John F. Kennedy Elementary
  • Lila G. Fredericks Pilot Middle School
  • Mission Hill K-8 School
  • Murphy K-8 School
  • Nashoba Brooks
  • Our Sisters School
  • Ralph Wheelock School
  • Smith Leadership Charter School (Helen Y. Davis Leadership Academy)
  • The Park School
  • The Pike School
  • Wellesley Middle School
  • Weston Middle School


  • Boston Center for Youth and Families
  • Boys & Girls Club of Boston
  • Duxbury Council on Aging
  • Germaine Lawrence
  • Islamic Center of Boston
  • McLean Hospital
  • ProjectME
  • Winchester Multicultural Network

Colleges & Universities

  • Babson College
  • Harvard University
  • Lesley University
  • Mount Ida College
  • Simmons College

High Schools

  • Arlington School
  • Beaver Country Day School
  • Bedford High School
  • Belmont High School
  • Belmont Hill School
  • Berwick Academy
  • Boston Arts Academy
  • Boston Green Academy
  • Boston Latin Academy
  • Brimmer and May School
  • Cambridge School of Weston
  • Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School
  • English High School
  • Excel High School
  • Gann Academy
  • German International School
  • Governor Dummer Academy
  • Groton School
  • Landmark School
  • Madison Park High School
  • Maimonides School
  • Milton Academy
  • Newton North High School
  • O’Bryant High School
  • St. John’s Preparatory School
  • St. Marks School
  • TechBoston Academy
  • Thayer Academy
  • The Rivers School
  • Winsor School
  • Worcester Academy

Outside New England

  • Aspen Country Day, Aspen, CO
  • Facing History and Ourselves, New York City
  • Herbert Hoover School, Glendale, CA
  • Life After Trauma Organization, Philadelphia, PA
  • Perkiomen School, Philadelphia, PA
  • Positive Nature, Washington, DC