The Academic Resource Center is a dedicated space open before, during, and after school for all students to get the academic support they need to thrive at BC High. Here, they can ask questions, get additional support with assignments, and develop their organizational and study skills.
More than just a collection of books or a place to study, the Corcoran Library plays a key role in the life of a BC High student. It is constantly buzzing with young men as they tackle group projects, discuss what they are reading and watching, work through math problems. Students of all ages and interests flock to the library first thing in the morning, during lunch and after the last bell to study, meet and explore.
The Corcoran Library has two computer labs for class use where they have the opportunity to learn computer programming, discuss digital photography or discover the library’s many resources. The library also has two quiet study areas, a courtyard, and a new Learning Commons where students congregate to work collaboratively.
First established in 2007, the Corcoran Living Library Lecture Series is made possible by the generosity of Joseph E. Corcoran ’53 as part of his donation to the BC High library. The speaker series fulfills Corcoran’s goal to create a “living library,” bringing noted contemporary authors and speakers to campus and talk with students face-to-face. These guests share their work and make it real, dispatching students, faculty, and staff outside BC High’s walls to serve as ambassadors for learning in the community.