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.
CASA, the parent group promoting cultural awareness and diversity at BC High, is an acronym for the Cultural Alliance Supporting All. All interested parents are welcome to the monthly meetings on Thursday evenings in the Loyola building.
CASA aims to support BC High in its goal to identify and overcome barriers that exist for students in becoming Graduates at Graduation.
Understanding and supporting a community that is committed to respect, justice and freedom, given the unique differences in race, culture, class, gender, religion, and identity;
Developing programs, events and resources with the administration, faculty, guidance, admissions, parents' groups, students' groups, and the diversity office to support the needs of under-represented students;
Providing the BC High community with a social network and forum for support and discussion where all cultures are appreciated;
Supporting BC High's goals of seeking a diverse and integrated community of learners, faculty, families, and leaders;
Advocating for policies, resources, and programs central to the Ignatian mission that understand, build, support, and sustain the broad diversity at BC High.
For New & Prospective Families
We are available to provide assistance with foreign language translation and with preparing application forms. Please contact Ruth Evee, Director of Equity & Inclusion, at firstname.lastname@example.org.