More than 700 lower, middle, and upper schoolers and their families attended this year's event.
Upper School students spent their day off growing as critical, ethical, and global thinkers.
This interdisciplinary STEAM project combined components of BC's social studies, math and art curriculums.
Let our students take you on tours of our Upper School and Middle School campus on Lincoln Place and Lower School campus on Carroll Street.
Lower schoolers worked on their computer science skills during the Hour of Code.
The Middle and Upper School addressed the issue during the second of this year's four BC Talks events.
The project is modeled after Matthew Chavez's "Subway Therapy" in NYC's Union Square station.
Administrators from the Espaço Educação primary school in Rio de Janeiro came to learn more about our STEAM program.
BC hosted 120 colleges and universities on our campus this year.
PreK students learned about the holiday with BC parent Aparna Mohan.
The students were "sworn in" as United States citizens this morning at the Lower School's annual Ellis Island immigration reenactment.
The space includes parallel bars, turning bars, a one-way rubber track, artificial grass and a climbing structure for PreK and kindergarten students.
Students and faculty staged a gathering of the Electoral College to elect the 45th president of the United States.
Sixth graders taught family, friends and faculty how to identify the block's plant life.
Michael B. '17, Grace C. '18, Siena D. '18, Luke B-H. '18, Griffin C. '18 and Elizabeth M. '18 constructed a barn for Ms. Connell's class.
Middle schoolers participated in a Running Man Challenge flash mob in an effort to promote this ideal.
The Upper School art and literary magazine has been named a 2017 Crown Finalist by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
Show your lion pride with Berkeley Carroll apparel and gear!
The event was held at Saint Andrew's Golf Club last week.
The lesson's objective was to use proportions found from corresponding sides of similar figures to measure objects indirectly.
Melina S. '18 played for her Cultures in the Caribbean class.
Kindergartners prepared for the big day by talking about responsibility, learning how to browse for books on the shelves and discussing how to use the computer to take a book out.
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."
Bob Vitalo has been selected as a committee co-chair.
Sara T. '18 pitched five shutout innings against Pakistan, leading the team to a decisive, 34-0 victory.
Noah E. '19, Eugenie H. '19, Lindsay G. '20 and Natalie H. '21 sang with the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and Tony-winner Renée Elise Goldsberry.
Schools in this NYC program are intended to be models for recycling and organics collection, improving sustainability through the city.
The site has expanded content and more strongly conveys the hallmarks of a BC education.
The 56 members of the Class of 2016 graduated from BC on June 3.
The students participated in 22 different courses.
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.
The book was written by Lower School Music Teacher Carolyn Sloan.
Peter Damrosch '08 and parent Dr. Mehryar Sadeghi visited Upper School History Chair Lorne Swarthout's Modern Middle East class.
Charlie H. '21 has been recognized by the Brooklyn Music School.
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.
Seniors in Documenting the World created documentaries with guidance from Reel Works Teen Filmmaking this semester.
The $60,000 will be donated to the Fund for Faculty.
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.
American Studies students researched and organized the tours and presented them to classmates and faculty.
Zoey '25 spoke at an assembly, met with teachers and administrators and even got to pull the fire alarm.