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2019 College By The Numbers
Throughout junior and senior years, you’ll work with your counselors to identify what matters going forward, with a commitment to finding the best possible college or university match. By the end of your sessions, you can expect to have a well-balanced list in hand. And once those admission letters start coming in, your counselors will help you weigh your options right up until you make your final choice.
Colleges & universities participate in fall and spring college fairs on campus
College & university round-table discussions on campus
Prestigious institutions conduct college interviews on campus
Summer college tours provided by BC High
Average SAT Score (213 points over U.S. average)
Colleges visited BC High
Accepted at Barron’s “Most” or “Highly Competitive” Colleges
Attending a Jesuit university
Attending an Ivy League school
Attending a military academy
National Merit Scholarship Winners
BC Hire offers career services during the academic calendar for our current students and young alumni. These programs include resume building, interviewing skills and learning to work in a professional setting. BC High invites successful alumni back to campus twice a month to speak to student groups regarding their career path. It’s an excellent opportunity for students to connect with the BC High network.
If you are ready to explore the BC Hire Internship Program either as a candidate or potential employer, contact Jen O’Brien P’22, BC Hire Coordinator.Get Started!