COVID-19 Information

We are mindful of the financial pressures that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on many of our families.  We took this into account and pushed the final tuition payment for the ’19-’20 year from March to April 30.  If this date still poses difficulty, please contact Ousman Geraldo, ogeraldo@bchigh.edu, to discuss your situation further. 


Campus Update: April 21, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Hope this finds you well, as we continue to adjust to the constantly challenging reality of our current context.

Further to Governor Baker’s announcement today we wanted to confirm that BC High will be physically closed for the remainder of the academic year.

While we are unsurprised and understanding of the decision, it is obviously extremely disappointing. We had been holding on to the faint hope that we would have our community back together on campus before the end of the academic year.

We have communicated with our senior students and parents last week about possible scenarios for graduation. We continue to be keenly aware of the particular impact this has on our senior students and their families, and we would like to reiterate our commitment to conducting the graduation physically onsite.

We have already provided a schedule for the remote learning program, following our vacation this week. Naturally, we have had conversations and made tentative plans for our remote learning program for the remainder of the academic year and beyond, in anticipation of today’s decision. We will provide more details next week. We hope that it continues to serve its primary purpose of keeping us connected as a BC High community.

We would like to thank our faculty and staff, students, and parents for their ongoing commitment to our community of learning. We know this is a tough time, but we will pull through it together and be a stronger, more centered community on the other side.

Adam Lewis
Principal

Grace Regan 'P12
President



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Tech Resources

Remote Learning Protocols

Below you will find a list of protocols and procedures which should help everyone to increase the availability and effectiveness of learning remotely.

Talking to Children About COVID-19

What You Can Do To Help

Again, the most important thing you can do to help in these efforts is to keep your son/s home from school if they are running a fever or display any other symptoms of illness, such as coughing or sneezing. As a reminder, we ask everyone to continue to take proactive precautions as recommended by public health authorities to prevent the spread of the virus. Because the coronavirus, in addition to influenza, is thought to spread mainly person-to-person through coughing or sneezing by infected people, it is important to take the following actions to stay healthy:

  • Wash your hands frequently. Use warm water and soap. This can't be done often enough.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or your elbow when you sneeze or cough.
  • Do not sneeze or cough into your hands.
  • Students are required to stay home if they have a temperature, sore throat, achy joints, and/or severe cold symptoms.

Call your doctor if you have questions about your son's symptoms.

Please keep in mind that students can feel anxious and overwhelmed with information and negative news. They need us to be calm and reassuring.

Thank you for helping to keep our students safe and healthy.