The space includes parallel bars, turning bars, a one-way rubber track, artificial grass and a climbing structure for PreK and kindergarten students.
Show your lion pride with Berkeley Carroll apparel and gear!
The Upper School art and literary magazine has been named a 2017 Crown Finalist by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
The Upper School addressed the issue during the first of this year's four BC Talks events.
The renovations mark the completion of the first phase of construction at 181.
"A Letter From Your Urban Private School," a satirical essay by Nat D. '17, has been published in Scholastic's "The Best Teen Writing of 2016."
Sara T. '18 pitched five shutout innings against Pakistan, leading the team to a decisive, 34-0 victory.
Schools in this NYC program are intended to be models for recycling and organics collection, improving sustainability through the city.
The 56 members of the Class of 2016 graduated from BC on June 3.
June 17 was Arch Day at Berkeley Carroll.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Students put out a special print edition of The Blotter and the latest issue of BC News.
Lower School students celebrated reading at an assembly and the BC Book Fair.
Peter Damrosch '08 and parent Dr. Mehryar Sadeghi visited Upper School History Chair Lorne Swarthout's Modern Middle East class.
Students learned about how last year's Ebola epidemic and a lack of access to water affect his community.
The programming app visited BC last week.
Students participated in nearly 30 BC programs this spring.
Freshmen, sophomores and juniors learned about different fields of work at BC's second annual Career Symposium.
Students in grades 9-12 received academics, arts and athletics awards.
Zoey '25 spoke at an assembly, met with teachers and administrators and even got to pull the fire alarm.
Ellie P. '18 and Mosab H. '19 rose to the quarterfinals (top 10%) in their respective categories.
Students got active last week.
Writer Emily Bazelon spoke with students about her book, "Sticks and Stones."
Henry S. '20 and Floria A. '20 won the state championship in varsity public forum debate.
Aili McConnon discussed the difficult process researching and writing the book, as well as why she wanted to tell the story.
The students beat Packer 64-56.
We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the colleges and universities listed below on being selected by the members of the Class of 2016.
This week's speakers (and the last for the class of 2016) were Aaron G., Emily C., Garrett C. and Nate O.
Second graders are learning to use their "poet's eye."
Congrats to the staff on a wonderful issue!
Students screened a film they made about the differences between kindergarten and PreK.
Students decorated a large mural with their handprints.
The student group held its second annual "Panel of Women with Interesting Careers" last week.
PreK students built their own building out of recycled cardboard boxes and an octopus made of recycled plastic bottles.
The evening's featured performer was poet Mahogany L. Browne.
Our 12th graders showcased their work in front of panels made up of their peers, faculty, staff and community experts.
Jonathan Kalin, founder of Party With Consent, spoke to students about social issues they may encounter in college.
They even had a special pancakes and maple syrup snack.
Sixth graders are building inventions of their own creation which they hope will help solve the World Water Crisis.
This week's speakers were Gil F. and Kirt T.
Parents and students read and played math games together.
Andrew Baquin, an education specialist at LiveOnNY, spoke to the upper schoolers.
The fifth graders deepened their study of body systems.
Middle schoolers sang, dance, sang, danced, did math tricks and more.
The upper schoolers take the course as part of a partnership with NYU's Tandon School of Engineering.
This week's speakers were Nadine K., Kirsten E. and Meret B.
The lower schoolers have been researching the creatures in their library class and observing them in science.
This week's speakers were Josh M., Brandon W. and Thelonious F.