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Register Today for the Summer Program at BC High!

Summer classes and clinics run from June 19 to August 17, and are led by experienced BC High faculty, coaches, as well as working professionals from across the state.Choose from over 30 programs including Sports Clinics, Academic Enrichments, our new half-day and full-day activities for grades 4-8, and a Family Service Immersion trip to Guatemala.
 
For more information or to register online today, visit www.bchigh.edu/summer.
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Summer at BC High

Policies and Information

Registration Policy
All registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. All registrations for the Sports Clinics, Grades 4-8 Specialty Programs, and the Academic Enrichment courses must be made online. Registration begins on February 2, 2017 and ends on June 6, 2017. Final payments must be received by June 13, 2017. Some programs fill quickly, so we encourage you to register early. A student is not enrolled until the tuition is paid in full.

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. Payment in full must be received by June 13, 2017. You may withdraw your child from any session prior to June 13, 2017 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 13, 2017 without a physician’s note.

Health & Medical Information
As required by Massachusetts State Law, each athlete must have on file a completed physical, dated on or after August 2016 as well as a current record of immunizations by their physician. In addition, we require all athletes to have a completed Health History Form and signed Physical Exam Form on file. The forms can be found in the download section. All medical information must be received by June 13, 2017. There is a Registered Nurse on site, and many of our staff are certified in CPR and First Aid. Our entire camp staff is epi-pen trained. It is critical to share all emotional and physical information to ensure a positive camping experience. Please feel free to call the program office prior to registering to discuss any concerns you may have.

Lunch
Please check back for more detail.

Transportation
Transportation is not provided. Please drop off and pick up your child at the following locations:
  • Sports Clinics: At the entrance to McNeice Gym at the rear of the campus near the football stadium, or at the main entrance or at the Students Affairs entrance.

  • Academics: At the main entrance or the Student Affairs entrance to the school.
Dismissal Policy
The Director of Summer Programs reserves the right to dismiss a camper when in his 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 Enrichment Course and wants to attend a Sports clinic, we will adjust your Sports Clinic registration fee to reflect the hour(s) he will be missing from sports camp while in class. To request this adjustment, please contact the Summer Programs office at 617-474-5180.

Anti-Discrimination
Boston College High School’s Summer Program 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.

Directions
Boston College High School is located at 150 Morrissey Boulevard on Boston's Columbia Point, near the UMass Boston campus and directly across from The Boston Globe.
  • From the North
    Take Route I-93 (Southeast Expressway) south to Boston. Take Exit 15 off the I-93 expressway. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp and proceed past the T station (JFK/UMass). Take first right at the rotary onto Morrissey Blvd. (stay in the right lane) At the bottom of the hill, bear right onto the UMass service road. Proceed through the set of lights in front of the Boston Globe Building (BC High is opposite at this point). At the second set of lights (the entrance to the UMass/JFK Library complex), take a left making a U-turn back onto Morrissey Blvd. Immediately bear right onto the service road and use the second entrance into BC High. Visitor parking is available directly opposite the main entrance of the school. 

  • From the West
    Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Boston. Follow the above directions from the North.

  • From the South
    Take Route I-93 (Southeast Expressway) to Exit 14. Merge off the ramp on to Morrissey Blvd. and proceed over bridge. Immediately after the lights at the entrance to UMass, bear right onto the service road and use the entrance into BC High (second driveway). Visitor parking is available directly opposite the main entrance of the school.

  • From the MBTA
    Located on the Red Line, JFK/UMass is only a five minute walk from BC High. Walk up Morrissey Blvd. towards Star Market Supermarket and cross over the foot bridge. BC High is a few yards from the foot bridge on the left. Connections can be made to the Red Line from all parts of the MBTA system.

Contact Us

John Lynch
Director of Summer Programs
lynch@bchigh.edu
(617) 474-5180