Lower School Spanish Teacher Sandra López recently presented a workshop on “Decolonizing Spanish Curriculum in the Lower School” to at the NYSAIS Global Language and Culture Conference.
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This year's Upper School Musical, "Chicago: Teen Edition" was a roaring success all thanks to the hard work by student performers, musicians, and crew members.
BC 3rd graders were marine scientists for the day, collecting data on oysters for the Billion Oyster Project, a nonprofit working to restore oyster reefs in NYC waterways.
The 2023 New York City Regional Scholastic Awards have recognized Berkeley Carroll students with 63 awards for exceptional work in writing and art, including 12 Gold Keys.
The Lower School welcomed The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers to BC!
To continue dialogue and community action around the impact of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., middle schoolers engaged in a day of service with #HashtagLunchBag.
Historian Dr. Josie Rodberg returned to campus to speak with students about the history of antisemitism in the United States.
Iranian scholar, architect, educator and activist Sara Kamalvand was recently in residence at the Upper School visiting classes in a wide range of disciplines and speaking at a divisional assembly.
BC hosted a conversation with Yale University Associate Professor of History & African American Studies Elizabeth Hinton to discuss the life, work, and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Three Berkeley Carroll faculty members were selected by the National Association of Independent Schools to give presentations on equity and inclusion in independent schools.