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Virtual Conversations

Throughout last spring and this fall, we conducted 30-minute conversations with faculty and staff members that addressed issues most important to prospective and new families. These conversations were available through Facebook Live and were recorded. You can listen to them by clicking on the links below.

  • Our Jesuit Context

    Middle School: featuring Arrupe Religion teacher, Margaret Felice and Fr. Patrick Nolan, SJ

    Click here to watch:
    Arrupe – Jesuit Context

    High School: featuring Social Studies teacher, Nick Argento and Tomas Trejo ’20 (Columbia University ’24)

    Click here to watch:
    High School – Jesuit Context

  • Educating Boys

    Middle School: featuring Arrupe Vice Principal, Bob Hamblet P’20,’26 and French and Math teacher, Katie McKiernan with Fr. Patrick Nolan, SJ

    Click here to watch:
    Educating Boys — Arrupe Division

    High School: featuring English teacher, Tim Quealy, and French teacher, Melissa Ewing P’23,’26

    Click here to watch:
    Educating Boys — High School

  • Athletics
    • Middle School: featuring BC High Assistant Athletic Director Tom Conley ’08, Deacon Woodgate ’24, and Ishan Gichohi ’23Click here to watch:
      Arrupe Athletics
    • High School: featuring BC High Athletic Director Jon Bartlett ’87 and Paul Terry ’21Click here to watch:
      High School Athletics
  • Academics & Guidance
    • Middle School: featuring Bob Hamblet and Jen Hornby
      Click here to view
    • High School: featuring Kim Smith, Suzanne Wilzbach, and Fr. Patrick Nolan, SJ
      Click to view
  • Faith, Service, and Our Diverse Community
    • Middle School: featuring Margaret Felice, Fr. Patrick Nolan, SJ, and Gadisa Goso
      Click to View
    • High School: featuring Amanda Adamczyk, Ruth Evee, and John Mark
      Click to View

How To Join the Conversations

  • For Those With Facebook
    1. First, log into your Facebook account then click this link which will quickly navigate you to the BC High Facebook page.
    2. Scroll down until you see the Live video and click on it to enlarge the window.
    3. Use the dialogue box to ask questions.
  • For Those Without Facebook
    1. Click this link which will navigate you to the BC High Facebook page.
    2. Once on the page, scroll down until you see the Live video and click on it to enlarge the video window.
    3. While you must be logged into a Facebook account in order to ask questions, you can still watch and follow along.