From March 4 to 15, 2013, Berkeley Carroll Upper Schoolers are spending their days in all-new Spring Intensive courses that stress experiential learning about diverse, demanding subjects. Each day another write-up will be posted concerning these innovative offerings. Click to read!
Learning By Discovery
Whether writing a poem, composing a piece for Orff instruments in music class, choreographing a dance with classmates, or creating abstract collages in the art studio, our young students joyfully express their creativity using a multitude of media
Engaging & Supportive Community
Our students start and end each day with the same core group – a homeroom community where they can share classroom successes and challenges, collaborate on projects, ask questions, and sometimes simply catch their breath and get started on homework
Our Spirit of Inquiry
Walk these halls and you will find something special – students investiga- ting, experimenting, performing, sharing insights and perspectives and asking questions – getting excited about complex differential equations to fine arts
The World is Your Classroom
Our international exchange programs, partnerships with high schools across the United States, international trips, and affiliations with leading universities create special opportunities for you to learn beyond our classrooms
Prepare to Succeed
By the time our students graduate, they have developed into writers, scientists, mathematicians, musicians, historians, artists, and athletes. Along the way they choose from well over a hundred course offerings, a dozen althletic teams, and a myriad of opportunites in clubs and after-school activities
Engage Your Curiosity
The universe is made up of questions – some fundamental, some monumental, and some that are really tough to answer. At Berkeley Carroll we tackle these big ideas head-on, wrestling with challenging concepts and their complex details every day
May 7, 2013
Berkeley Carroll clinched its 15th league championship with a come from behind 4-1 victory over Long Island Lutheran on Monday, May 6. Way to go, guys!
May 1, 2013
Grandparents Day at Berkeley Carroll is an annual tradition. On April 19, 2013, grandparents enjoyed a day of performances, classroom visits, and lunch with their grandchildren and friends. Click here for photos from the day.
April 26, 2013
David Rohde, who turned his seven-month captivity with the Taliban into award-winning journalism, will deliver the 2013 commencement address. Previously the The New York Times’ South Asia Bureau Co-Chief, Mr. Rohde is a columnist for Reuters and the Atlantic Magazine. With his wife Kristen Mulvihill, he is the author of A Rope and a Prayer: A Kidnapping from Two Sides, and is a graduate of Brown University.
April 23, 2013
They began work in November, researching topics, running experiments, writing up results. On April 17, 2013, the 8th grade convened for its annual science fair, each student eagerly explaining his or her area -- multitasking, the Stroop effects, teenage stressors, baseball and science, odors, and many others. Click for photos
April 5, 2013
The Berkeley Carroll varsity baseball season is off to a great start! Click here to read the latest dispatch from baseball coach, Walter Paller.
March 18, 2013
Jacob udewitz and Ian Miller combined to pitch the BC Lions, to a 6-0 victory over The Morristown Beard School. Udewitz went 5 innings and Miller the final 2 innings, allowing only two runners to reach second base. The Lions stole 6 bases, drew 6 walks, and had only 4 hits. However, an RBI hit by Yanai Feldman (2rbi), a double steal and an RBI groundout, showed the lions to be resourceful offensively. Richard Palacios, Jr. was stellar, both offensively (bunt single, base on balls), and defensively (6 assists). It was a successful recipe, and one that hopes to bring many victories our way.
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