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Summer Programs

Summer 2020 Message


Sports Camps:
After exploring many options of how we could provide a quality, fun, and safe camp experience for our campers and staff this summer, it is with a very heavy heart that we have decided not to run our Sports Camps for the summer of 2020.

This decision was not easy to make and we know there will be a lot of disappointed boys who look forward to our camps. There is too much uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 to confidently operate a safe and high-quality camp experience. We look forward to having boys back on the fields summer 2021!

Academic Courses & Specialty Programs – ONLINE:
We are happy to be offering a limited amount of remote Academic Courses, as well as computer-based Specialty Programs. For a complete list of Academic Courses and Specialty Programs, please open the accordions below.

Thank you for your loyalty, commitment, and patience as we adjust to these new challenges. We send best to you and your family in these difficult and trying times.

Program Dates

June 22 – August 14

Specific program dates and times vary. See specific program for details.

Contact Us

Beth Johns-Thomas

Director of Summer Programs

Academic Courses

Grades 9-12

Enrichment Courses

Grades 6-8

Sports Camps

Grades 6-11

Academic Credit Recovery

Grades 9-12

Specialty Programs

Grades 5-8

High School Academic Courses

High School Academic Courses

Grades 9 – 12

For over 15 years BC High has offered a top notch, academic courses in a wide variety of areas including SAT and ACT Prep, College Essay and the Common App as well as courses for high school credit or as an enrichment course.

Courses are designed to enhance a students education in an area they may want to excel or to prepare them for courses in the upcoming school year. No matter what your student’s interests, we offer a summer academic program that will help them excel and enhance their high school course load.

  • BCHire Summer Seminar - ONLINE

    BCHire Summer Seminar: Professional Discernment and Formation – ONLINE

    When: Summer of 2020 at BC High from 9 AM to 12 PM.
    Who: Members of the Class of 2021 in collaboration with leaders and innovators within the BC High community and alumni network.
    Why: We believe this seminar is aligned with the Ignatian practices that BC High offers to our students.  It is our hope that through the course, students will develop a better understanding of themselves, their talents, and their aspirations for the future. We also believe this unique experience will highlight the students’ commitment to learning and their pursuit of opportunities to grow which in turn will further distinguish them.

    Register:  Students must commit to attending both sessions and completing assigned readings, journal responses, and the reflection paper.  To register please click this link and complete the form: https://goo.gl/forms/LlXj3Vs3VND8GhQs1

  • College Essay and the Common App - ONLINE

    College Essay and the Common App – ONLINE

    Dates:

    July 27 – July 31 (Monday-Thursday) – NEWLY ADDED DATE!
    August 3 – August 6 (Monday – Thursday)
    August 10 – August 13 (Monday – Thursday)
    August 17 – August 20 (Monday – Thursday)

    Time: 9 a.m. – noon
    Tuition: $450
    Grade: entering 12

    This class is open for rising seniors from public, independent or parochial schools who want additional guidance through the college application process and/or want to have their college application process already in motion before the school year starts.

    During this 4-day co-ed course students will work closely with a BC High guidance counselor to compose their Common Application essay and complete the basics of the Common Application. In addition, students will receive assistance in the college search and selection process. Students will have homework assignments during this boot camp primarily related to drafting their essays.

  • SAT Test Prep - ONLINE

    SAT Test Prep – ONLINE

    Date: July 13 – July 31
    Time: 11am-2:30pm (1/2 hour break included)
    Tuition: $850 Non-BC High students; no fee for BC High entering juniors
    Grade: entering 11-12

    The SAT exam is a measure of the critical thinking skills you’ll need for academic success in college. The SAT includes a Critical Reading, Math, and Writing section, with a specific number of questions related to content. Three practice exams are included and administered in this course. The first day and last day is a practice test and one other practice test will be administered at the discretion of the instructor to track the student’s progress. Attendance at every class is expected.

  • Introduction to Geometry - ONLINE

    Introduction to Geometry – ONLINE
    Date: July 13 – July 31
    Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
    Tuition: $500
    Grades: 6-10

    This course is a good introduction to what is covered in Geometry. It is useful for those taking PSAT test who have not taken Geometry. Exploring Geometry will look at a number of different topics ranging from triangles and polygons, angles, parallel lines, similar figures, area, perimeter and volume. The class will also cover Pythagorean Theorem and special right triangle rules.

  • Chemistry I (Full Credit) - ONLINE

    Chemistry I (Full Credit) – ONLINE
    Date: July 6 – Aug 7
    Time: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. as well as determined by teacher
    Tuition: $1500
    Grades: 10-12

    This course is for sophomores, juniors and seniors. This course enables students to learn chemistry through experimentation and observation. Organizing the concepts, theories, and principles of chemistry allows students to develop an understanding of the materials that make up our world, the forces that bind them together, and the laws that govern changes in materials. The daily work in chemistry places emphasis on applying concepts, analytical reasoning, and problem solving using dimensional analysis. The use of a scientific calculator is required.
    Prerequisite: Minimum of a C semester grade in both Algebra I and Biology I. (Lab Science)

  • Chemistry I Honors (Full Credit) - ONLINE

    Chemistry I Honors (Full Credit) – ONLINE
    Date: July 6 – Aug 7
    Time: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. – as well as determined by teacher
    Tuition: $1500
    Grades: 10-12

    This course is for sophomores, juniors and seniors. Chemistry I Honors differs from Chemistry I in that a greater number of topics are covered in greater depth and the expectations are that the students will develop higher-level analytical skills. Those topics include thermodynamics, molality, colligative properties, introductory organic chemistry and preparation for the Chemistry SAT II. Students taking Chemistry Honors will be combined with Chemistry I students and be challenged differently in classwork, homework and tests.
    Prerequisite: B+ semester grade in both Algebra I and Biology I. Department Approval Required (Lab Science)

  • Physics (Full Credit) - ONLINE

    Physics (Full Credit) – ONLINE 
    Date: July 6 – Aug 7 
    Time: 
    8 a.m. – 11 a.m. – as well as determined by teacher
    Tuition: 
    $1500
    Grades: 11-12

    This course is for juniors and seniors and can serve as a strong preparation for the potential science major or as an overview of physics. The following topics are covered: basic concepts of force and motion; work, energy, power, momentum; circular motion; gravitation; wave behavior and the nature of light; electricity. This course presumes a basic understanding of algebraic manipulation and geometrical reasoning. The use of a scientific calculator is required. Laboratory activities will clarify, test, and extend the concepts discussed in class.

  • Physics Honors (Full Credit) - ONLINE

    Physics Honors (Full Credit) – ONLINE 
    Date: July 6 – Aug 7
    Time: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. – as well as determined by teacher
    Tuition: $1500
    Grades: 11-12

    This course is for juniors and seniors and will cover the topics listed in Physics at an increased pace and a more sophisticated level. Students taking Physics Honors will be combined with Physics students and be challenged differently in classwork, homework and tests.
    Prerequisite: Department Approval Required (Lab Science)

  • Digital Photography (.25 Credit) - ONLINE

    Digital Photography (0.25 Credit) – ONLINE
    Date: July 13-31
    Time: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
    Tuition: $500
    Grades: 9-12

    This course serves as an introduction to photography through digital imaging.  Emphasis will be placed on developing composition and aesthetic skills, technical craftsmanship, and critical analysis.  A text is provided that covers camera fundamentals and addresses technical information.  Students will be shooting a series of photographic assignments on campus and at home in addition to learning from the text.  It is highly recommended that each student has his or her own digital camera to complete the homework assigned in this course.

  • Introduction to Algebra I - ONLINE

    Introduction to Algebra 1 – ONLINE
    Date: July 13 – July 31
    Time: 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.
    Tuition: $500
    Grades: 6-10

    This course is designed for students who are entering Algebra I in the fall and wish to augment their arithmetic skills for fractions, percents, and different number sets in the context of solving a linear equation. Other topics appropriate to the students’ skill levels will also be covered.

Middle School Enrichment Courses

Middle School Enrichment Courses

Grades 6 – 8

At BC High we provide a variety of enrichment course specifically designed to enrich a middle schoolers (6-8th grade) education. Courses are designed to enhance their learning and prepare them for the upcoming school year.

  • Introduction to Algebra 1 - ONLINE

    Introduction to Algebra 1 – ONLINE
    Date: July 13 – July 31
    Time: 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.
    Tuition: $500
    Grades: 6-8

    This course is designed for students who are entering Algebra I in the fall and wish to augment their arithmetic skills for fractions, percents, and different number sets in the context of solving a linear equation. Other topics appropriate to the students’ skill levels will also be covered.

  • Introduction to Geometry - ONLINE

    Introduction to Geometry – ONLINE
    Date: July 13 – July 31
    Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
    Tuition: $500
    Grades: 6-8

    This course is a good introduction to what is covered in Geometry. It is useful for those taking PSAT test who have not taken Geometry. Exploring Geometry will look at a number of different topics ranging from triangles and polygons, angles, parallel lines, similar figures, area, perimeter and volume. The class will also cover Pythagorean Theorem and special right triangle rules.

  • Middle School Math Fundamentals - POSTPONED

    POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021

    This course, for grades 6 and 7, is designed to help improve knowledge of basic arithmetic operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages.

  • Middle School Writing Fundamentals - POSTPONED

    POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021

    This course is designed for students entering 6, 7, and 8 grade who need to improve their English grammar and writing skills. Students will review vocabulary, basic grammar, basic writing skills, paragraph unity, and coherence. Students will also read short works of fiction and write critical analyses based on their reading.

Sports Camps

Sports Camps

POSTPONED FOR SUMMER 2020

Our sports camps are designed for players of all ability levels! The goal of our BCH coaches is to instruct athletes to the best of their ability and target specific skills. We promote teamwork and fun through various drills, games and competitions.

  • All Sports (Co-ed entering grades 5-8) - POSTPONED

    All Sports – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021 

    Grades: Entering 5-8, Co-ed

    Do you love ALL Sports, not just football, soccer and baseball but the recreational ones too like; gaga ball, parkour, ultimate frisbee, floor hockey and whiffle ball? Then this is the camp for you! Spend the entire day playing a wide variety of active sports and games on the field and the courts both indoors and out. Develop skills, learn to play a new game, work as a team and meet some like-minded friends! Counselors are coaches and mentors. Their goal is to make sure each participant is having fun, encouraging teamwork, and instill positive sportsmanship.

  • Baseball Camp (Boys entering grades 7-11) - POSTPONED

    Baseball Camp – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021

    Our Baseball Camp is designed for the camper who wants to develop and sharpen his baseball skills! The emphasis of this camp is both on the fundamentals of baseball and on having fun. Small-group instruction to develop skills in hitting, fielding, throwing, bunting, and positional play. A series of controlled scrimmages provides the coaching staff with the opportunity to evaluate campers’ play. The afternoon focuses on fundamentals to reinforce each camper’s skill development, scrimmages and game play.

    Monan Park is a state-of-the-art all turf Baseball field and along with indoor batting cages this makes BCH the perfect place for boys to play ball!

    All our coaches are BC High coaches, Head Coach Norm Walsh ’70 was inducted into the National HS Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame as well as the Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame and has been coaching BCH Boys Varsity Baseball for 39 years.

  • Basketball Camp (Boys entering grades 6-11) - POSTPONED

    Basketball Camp – POSTPONED – please check back for 2021

    The ultimate goal of BCH Basketball Camp is to improve the level of play of each camper and provide him with a rewarding and fun basketball experience. Boys will learn the fundamentals of basketball and sharpen skills for an all-around better game. A low camper-to-counselor ratio ensures that participants have the opportunity to reach their full potential. All our coaches are BC High coaches and stress to campers the importance of teamwork, create a safe learning environment for all campers, accountability and sportsmanship.

    The day begins with both individual and team instruction in fundamentals. Campers practice in smaller learning groups or game situations. The afternoon session offers group-lectures or competitions addressing a particular skill, such as shooting, individual defense, or a team concept. We focus on these fundamentals to reinforce the skill development of each camper and to raise the level of each player’s game.

  • Football Camp (Boys entering grades 6-10) - POSTPONED

    Football Camp – POSTPONED – please check back for 2021

    If your youth football player is an experienced player or just starting football, this is camp for them! By working with BC High head football coach Jon Brillo and his staff, they will learn much more than just football! Campers will be taught teamwork, self-discipline, consideration of others and how to attain their potential on the field. This youth camp is designed to teach, develop, and improve skills for all campers looking to learn and excel in football.

    Each afternoon there will be instruction in all phases of the game. Learning proper technique, while still making each practice fun, our veteran coaching staff will step it up a notch each day with more advanced technique training on both offense and defense.

    For athletes that have more experience, our BC High coaching staff will intensify the instruction each day in all phases of the game with positive, enthusiastic instruction and more advanced technique training on both offense and defense.

    This camp is a contact free camp. Helmets and shoulder pads are not required.

  • Lacrosse Camp (Boys entering grades 6-12) - POSTPONED

    Lacrosse Camp – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021

    Our Middle School Clinic introduces the essentials of the game such as basic stick skills, positioning, and footwork. Players will develop a fundamental understanding of a variety of game situations including 6 v 6, odd-man situations, riding and clearing, face-offs, box lacrosse and game competition. Each day, players will participate in competitive drills and mini-games, leading up to a championship game in the final week. All skill levels are encouraged to attend.

    Our High School Clinic is designed to develop individual lacrosse skills in all aspects of the game. Players will improve upon basic stick skills, positioning, and footwork. In addition, they will improve both their IQ’s and skill sets in a variety of game situations with a focus on 6 v 6, odd-man situations, riding and clearing, face-offs, box lacrosse and game competition. Each day players will participate in competitive drills and mini-games, leading up to a championship game in the final week. This level is designed for the player with competitive lacrosse experience.

    Players will need complete lacrosse equipment to participate in the camp.

    Sample Day
    Warm Up: Dynamic Warm Up – 10 minutes
    Drills: 3 Man, 4 Corners Drill – 10 minutes
    Figure 8 Passing – 10 minutes
    3v2 GBs from crease – 10 minutes
    Positional: Offense: Shooting (Denver, Salisbury Shooting) – 20 minutes
    Defense: Footwork (Ladder Drill, Box Mirror)
    Compete: Game 3 – 20 minutes
    Game 4 – 20 minutes
    Games: Wall Ball Intro – 20 minutes

  • Soccer Camp (Boys entering grades 6-11) - POSTPONED

    Soccer Camp – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021

    Our Soccer camp has emphasize on learning and improving a strong foundation of soccer skills for the beginner to advanced player. The younger camp is perfect for campers who want to advance their soccer skills and enjoyment of the game. The older camp is designed for the high school player who is looking for an in-depth tactical and technical camp experience. This camp combines advanced training with a fun! Our goal is for all campers to have a productive week of soccer that will enhance both their skills and passion for the game. Skill development will include but not limited to: ball mastery and control, offensive and defensive positional play, technical and tactical training.

    We also have on staff two dedicated Goalie Coaches to train goalkeeper technical skills and game tactical skills.

    Head coach – BC High coach Nick Argento and his coaching team, have a proven ability to teach, motivate, and communicate with players. Our goal is to ensure that every camper has an enjoyable, positive experience that stresses fundamentals, teamwork, and sportsmanship. All are encouraged to be the best player and teammate they can be. We strive to improve skills, soccer knowledge, confidence, and passion for the game.

  • Summer Strength & Conditioning (entering grades 7-12) - POSTPONED

    Summer Strength & Conditioning – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021

    Our strength and conditioning training program will train each athlete on the fundamentals of athletic development including mobility, strength, power, speed and conditioning. This assessment will help the coaches plan an individual specific specialized training program for each athlete. Other aspects of the program will be educational discussions on recovery and rest, nutrition, and the athletic mindset. Each athlete will be entered into our athlete database and have access to all of our training resources.

Academic Credit Recovery Courses

Grades 9 – 12

This summer BC High is offering Academic Credit Recovery courses to students who need to make up a low or non-passing grade. Students will intensively review a subject to be able to pass the required test for a passing grade. Some homework and outside class time may be required for each course, depending on the course. This program is available to any High School student from both Independent and Public Schools.

Courses are Monday-Friday; July 6-Aug 7, 2020. For five-weeks (37.5 hours of class time). Attendance for the entire course is required. Family vacations and other camp programs are not excused absences. Students missing more than 2 course days will NOT receive credit for the courses. Cost per course is $350

Final grades will be submitted to the student’s school thru BC High’s Summer Program’s office.

 

 

Specialty Programs

Specialty Programs

Grades 5 – 8

Specialty Programs for girls and boys entering 5-8th grade. Each program is a full day program 9:00am-3:30pm. Programs are run by Counselors and Instructors who specialize in computer programming, art, drama and general camp activities.

  • Gamers, Scratch & Code - ONLINE

    Gamers, Scratch & Code – ONLINE

    Entering Grades: 5-8, Co-ed
    Date: July 20-24
    Time: 9 -11 a.m.
    Tuition: $250

    Computing jobs are the #1 source of new wages in the United States yet most of those jobs remain open due to lack of qualified applicants. Engaging young minds to the excitement of programming gives benefits not only in their future but develops computational thinking, algorithmic logic, problem-solving and creativity which are assets to them today.

    Campers will code with the latest and greatest version of Scratch 3.0 from the MIT Media Lab  as well as code and analyze various different Code.org approved tools so campers can chose which methods and applications work best for them.

    Campers will be required to have Zoom, a web browser and TikTok installed on their device prior to camp, both computers and tablets/iPads are supported.

  • Minecraft - ONLINE

    Minecraft – ONLINE

    Entering Grades: 5-8, Co-ed
    Date:July 6-10
    Time: 9 – 11 a.m.
    Tuition: $250

    Minecraft, one of the most popular video games in the world, is more than just a game. Minecraft is used around the globe to teach learners of all ages about culture, history, science, technology, engineering, arts & architecture, coding and math (STEM).

    Campers will use Minecraft to develop logical thinking and problem-solving skills while creatively expressing themselves through 3D artistry, design and architecture.

    Campers will be required to have Zoom and Minecraft installed on their device prior to camp, both computers and tablets/iPads are supported

  • Movie Making and Beyond - ONLINE

    Movie Making and Beyond – ONLINE 

    Entering Grades: 5-8, Co-ed
    Date:July 27-31
    Time: 9 – 11 a.m.
    Tuition: $250

    YouTube is one of the most popular mobile apps and websites for both children and adults. Almost 5 BILLION videos are watched on YouTube every single day, by over 30 million visitors.  TikTok, a short form video sharing service, has surged in popularity during the quarantine with users all over the world creating and consuming content.

    In a safe, socially conscious way, this camp will teach your child how to create and share their videos on YouTube and TikTok. Campers will also learn how their parents or legal guardians can authorize them to be a YouTuber/TikToker if they are younger than YouTube’s minimum age limit.

    Media literacy and online safety will be reinforced during the week as they learn the technical skills to create a video the entire family will be proud to share.

    Campers will be required to have Zoom, a web browser and TikTok installed on their device prior to camp, both computers and tablets/iPads are supported. 

  • All Sports - POSTPONED

    All Sports – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021
    Entering Grades: 5-8, Co-ed

    Do you love ALL Sports, not just football, soccer and baseball but the recreational ones too like; gaga ball, parkour, ultimate frisbee, floor hockey and whiffle ball? Then this is the camp for you! Spend the entire day playing a wide variety of active sports and games on the field and the courts both indoors and out. Develop skills, learn to play a new game, work as a team and meet some like-minded friends! Counselors are coaches and mentors. Their goal is to make sure each participant is having fun, encouraging teamwork, and instill positive sportsmanship.

  • Arts Camp - POSTPONED

    Arts Camp – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021
    Entering Grades: 5-8, Co-ed

    This program is perfect for the art enthusiast! Join us in exploring and creating a wide variety of art projects through many aspects of multi-media! Spend each day learning a new technique to create some beautiful pieces of art that you can use, wear and display. Campers will be able to work independently and with others, to collaborate on a project and also critique each other’s work, offering advice and feedback. Our state-of-the-art classrooms are air conditioned and fully stocked with supplies for campers to use. Each day will be instruction on a project and campers will have the day to work on one or many. Some projects may include; duct tape wallets, jewelry making, create your own thread bound writing/drawing journal, watercolor art, and clay sculpture.

  • Cooking Camp - POSTPONED

    Cooking Camp – POSTPONED – please check back for summer 2021
    Entering Grades: 5-8, Co-ed

    Become a chef for the week! Participants will whip up some delicious and creative menu items. From breakfast and lunches items to tasty treats. Chefs will design an apron and create a journal to keep track of recipes, creations and cooking ideas, techniques and tips.

FAQ

  • Is transportation provided?

    Transportation is not provided. Public Transportation via the MBTA is available. BCH is a 5 -minute walk for the JFK/UMass Red Line T stop.

  • What time may I drop off my child?

    Most camps and special programs begin at 9 am. Please drop your child off between 8:45 am and 9 am. If the camp starts at a different time, please drop your child off fifteen minutes before the start time.

  • Do you need any medical information for my child?

    As required by Massachusetts State Law, each sports camp athlete must have on file a completed physical, dated on or after June 2019 as well as a current record of immunizations by their physician.

  • What payment methods do you accept?

    We accept Master Card and Visa credit cards. You can also pay by check or money order.

    Please mail the check or money order to the attention of Beth Johns-Thomas at:
    Boston College High School
    150 Morrissey Boulevard
    Boston, MA 02125

  • Are there any minimum enrollment numbers for a curse, class program to run?

    All classes require a minimum of 4 registered students or the class may be cancelled. We will make a decision on any classes that may need to be cancelled two weeks prior to the start date. If we have to cancel a class, we will notify you by e-mail and refund all of your money.

  • What is the registration process?

    To register for a Sports Clinic, Grades 5-8 Specialty Program, or an Academic Enrichment course, please click here. You will be directed to our online registration form. If a program you select is full, please email Beth Johns-Thomas at [email protected] Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email.

  • Do you provide lunch?

    Yes, lunch is provided for an additional fee. Please see the Parent Handbook for a complete menu of items available thru our snack bar Monday-Thursday. Snacks and beverages are always available in our vending machines.

  • For the Sports Camps and Specialty Programs, can my child be picked up after 3 or 3:30 p.m.?

    We do not offer supervision after 3:30 p.m., therefore we ask that you pick up your child be picked up no later than 15 minutes after the end of their program or camp.

  • How do I reach the summer programs office during the summer?

    The year-round phone number for the Director of Summer Programs Beth Johns-Thomas is (617) 474-5181. You may also contact her via email at [email protected]

Policies

  • Registration Policy

    All registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. All registrations for the Sports Camps, Specialty Programs, Enrichment Courses, Academic Courses and Academic Credit Recovery courses must be made online. Registration begins on February 11, 2020. Payment for a program, camp or course must be paid in full upon registration. Some programs fill quickly, so we encourage you to register early. A student is not enrolled until the tuition is paid in full.

  • Health & Medical Information

    As required by Massachusetts State Law, each Specialty Program camper or Sports Camp athlete must have on file a completed physical, dated on or after August 2019 as well as a current record of immunizations by their physician. In addition, we require all participants to have a completed Health History Form. The forms can be found in the download section. All medical information must be received by June 1, 2020.

  • Transportation

    Transportation is not provided. Please drop off and pick up your child at the front entrance of the school or at the Student Affairs entrance on the right, back side of the school.

  • Dismissal Policy

    The Director of Summer Programs reserves the right to dismiss a camper when in her judgment the student’s behavior interferes with the rights of others, the smooth functioning of the program, or violates the camp’s conduct policy. In such cases, no refunds will be given.

  • Session Overlap

    If your child is registered for an Academic Course and wants to attend a Sports Camp, we will adjust your Sports Camp registration fee to reflect the hour(s) she/he will be missing from the sports camp while in class. To request this adjustment, please contact the Summer Programs office at 617-474-5181.

  • Anti-Discrimination

    Summer Programs at BC High does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admission and education policies, athletic programs, employment, and other activities.

  • Parent Handbook

    A complete booklet of policies, procedures and other program information with regards to BCH Summer programs can be found in our Parent Handbook.

     

     

  • Cancellation Policy

    Please note that your registration fee includes a $100 per session, per child non-refundable, non-transferable deposit. Once we process your payment online, this deposit is absolutely non-refundable. You may withdraw your child from any session prior to June 1, 2020 and we will refund any payments we have received less the applicable non-refundable deposit. There is no refund of any registration fees if you withdraw your child from any session after June 1, 2020 without a physician’s note.

Summer at BC High must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the Boston Inspectional Services Department’s Division of Health Inspections. Under the authority of M.G.L. c. 111 SS 3 and 127A, the regulations at 105 CMR430.000: MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR RECREATIONAL CAMPS FOR CHILDREN (State Sanitary Code, Chapter IV) were adopted to ensure minimum housing, health, safety and sanitary protection for children in the care of recreational camps operating in the Commonwealth.