Summer at BC High

Explore new interests, Build your confidence, Challenge yourself! Choose from over 30 programs including Sports Clinics, Academic Courses and Specialty Programs for girls and boys in 5th-12th grade.

Registration for our 2019 Summer Programs is February 11, 2019!
Enrollment is ongoing until a program is full.
Check back here for details on programs for next summer in the next few months!

This Summer, Experience BC High!

Our summer specialty camps, courses and clinics run from June 24 to August 16, 2019 and are led by experienced BC High faculty and coaches, as well as working professionals from across the state.  

Specialty Programs, Grades 5-8

Specialty Programs are designed for campers to immerse themselves in exciting, more focused activities, to spark their interest and try new things. Specific programs are offered half day or full day. 

  • For girls & boys grades 5-8
  • Single one-week sessions
  • Full-day program

Academic Courses, Grades 6-12

BC High Summer Courses offers students the opportunity to earn high school credits in six weeks, explore courses as electives or take a course as an added benefit to their education. Summer courses include many core courses in Math, English, Science, and Modern Language as well as SAT prep, ACT Prep, College Essay & the Common App, study skills, and creative writing. There are over 20 courses to choose from.

  • Co-ed for grades 6-12
  • High school for-credit course offerings
  • Two, three, or six-week long course offerings

Sports Clinics, Grades 6-12

Our Sports Clinics cater to the ability levels of boys and girls, grades 6-12. We teach the fundamentals of good sportsmanship as well as help improve individual skills. Taking part in a sport helps players build self-esteem and teaches them how to work together as a team. Our low participant-to-counselor ratio ensures that athletes will have the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

  • Choose from a wide variety of sports clinics instructed by BC High Varsity and Jr Varsity Coaches!
  • A co-ed Strength and Conditioning program for grades 7-12
  • Clinics led by experienced BC High coaching staff

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 insure minimum housing, health, safety and sanitary protection for children in the care of recreational camps operating in the Commonwealth.