Our dynamic model marries academic rigor to an environment that nurtures individual differences and fosters whole-person growth of the mind, body, and soul. We are focused on developing bold, self-aware young men, who possess a deep sense of responsibility that goes beyond themselves. They are 21st century global citizens, who are uniquely empowered to create success in a complex, challenging, and interconnected world.
Our work at BC High prepares young men to find their calling and answer it passionately. On our campus, in our community, and around the world our students, serve, lead, and strive to make a difference in the lives of others.
We live in a constantly changing world, but we pray these things are unchangeable in the lives of our students: their conviction and commitment to justice. Their conscience, formed and informed by compassion. And their courage to work for the greater glory of God.”
– President Grace Regan P’12Read the November President’s Update Read Past President’s Updates “The Key to Educating Good Men” – America Magazine
We strive to challenge our students to become young men of integrity, educated in faith and for justice, committed to academic excellence and service to others. As a Jesuit, Catholic school, we strive to reflect the diversity of our church and community.
Our mission since 1863 has been to form leaders of competence, conscience and compassion who seek to do all things ad majorem Dei gloriam – for the greater glory of God.
At BC High, we pride ourselves on our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We welcome students, faculty, and staff from every race, ethnicity, cultural background, socioeconomic status, and sexual preference. We do not tolerate discrimination, harassment, bullying, or cyberbullying, and we adhere to the Title VI anti-discrimination and harassment code.Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion