Remote Learning and Virtual Community – A Response to COVID-19

The primary purpose of BC High Connects is to ensure that we remain together, collective, and connected as a community. One that consists of students, faculty, and staff, parents, alumni, Jesuits, and friends. While its intention is also to maintain continuity of learning, the relationship and connection component is the key aspect, acknowledging that this is necessary for learning to occur. In fact, this applies whether we are a community physically together onsite, or remote. In our Jesuit context, relationship is at the heart of learning and formation. It is a learning marked by depth of experience, regardless of the circumstances. It is an authentic formation of young men into Christ-centered contemplatives in action.
In the words of Fr. Matthew Carnes SJ: “Still one community, still one mission, still one life”.

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  • Student Resources

    Resources to help the men of BC High learn and progress.
  • Parent Resources

    Resources for parents to help navigate their son's success.
  • Information Resources

    Find resources to help BC High community members succeed. 
  • Technology Resources

    How we are communicating is changing. We can help navigate. 
  • Teaching Remotely

    Learn more about students are continiung learning.
  • Alumni Resources

    Stay up to date with our alumni network.

Upcoming Virtual Events

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  • Wednesday, May 20: BC High C.R.O.S.S.

    Follow them on Instagram for a weekly mass with Fr. Pat Nolan, SJ and Fr. Nathan Sparks, SJ
  • Thursday, May 21: Ascension Thursday Mass

    5:30 p.m.

    The mass can be viewed on Livestream.
  • Sunday, May 24 - Sunday Mass

    10:00 a.m.
BC High is now live streaming select events ranging from athletic games, to choir practices, liturgies and even graduation. Visit & subscribe to our Livestream page for the latest videos!

MIAA Updates

The MIAA met and voted today to push the spring sport start date back from April 27 to May 4. The May 4th date coincides with Governor Baker’s date to re-open schools in the state.

As was the case before, this May 4th date is tentative and could change.

Click here for more info.