We will begin remote learning on March 30th after Spring Break concludes.
BC Middle and Upper School students recognized for their outstanding creative work.
See all the activists, artists, scientists, athletes and more students studied and brought to life this year.
Faculty members share their experiences grappling with male privilege at Upper School assembly.
See photos and read Ms. Luscombe's speech from this year's Candle Lighting.
Faculty members lead workshops and seminars at this year's People of Color Conference.
Award-winning author talks climate change with Upper School students.
Conor Gately '98 helps create the most detailed map of auto emissions in America.
BC Boys Varsity Soccer are 2019 ACIS Playoff and League Champions!
In the 2019 Fall issue of BC Magazine, meet new Head of School Dr. Lisa Waller.
See photos and read two student speeches from the annual BC Leadership Dinner.
More than 500 parents, colleagues, alumni, & friends of BC attended the ceremony.
Students and teachers are excited for the start of the 2019-20 school year!
8th graders learn about real world challenges from real world changemakers.
See photos of all of our Middle and Upper School spring athletic teams in action.
Summer assignments for students in Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools are available.
The 75 members of the Class of 2019 graduated from BC on May 31.
Congratulations to the colleges & universities selected by our class of 2019!
24 seniors presented at the annual Senior Scholars and Science Research & Design programs on Thursday, May 23.
Students in grades 9-12 received awards for achievements in academics, athletics, and the arts.
The 2019 Spring/Summer issue of BC Magazine says thanks to Head of School Bob Vitalo.
See photos from this year's epic production of the Upper School spring musical, "Ragtime!"
Middle School students collectively awarded 84 medals in the National Spanish Exam.
25 Upper School students were awarded honors for the National Latin Exam, including nine gold medals.
Sara A.M. '19 and Asa K. '23 received the highest honors for their creative writing from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
The Benefit for Berkeley Carroll raised over $500,000 this year. See photos from the night's events.
A record number of students and faculty traveled the world as part of the BC spring global academic program.
Middle and Upper School students were recognized for their creative work by the NYC Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Read how the Lower School Performing & Visual Arts programs prepare students for a lifetime of creative expression through music, art, and dance.
From Michelle Obama to David Bowie, see photos of all the historical figures portrayed at this year's 8th Grade Living Wax Museum.
Read how the Lower School Social Studies and Spanish programs offer students multiple perspectives to learn about themselves and others.
BC students and faculty participated at NAIS's 2018 People of Color Conference and Student Diversity Leadership Conference.
Adam Ottavino '03 is the newest member of the Bronx Bombers. The right-handed pitcher will join the Yankees bullpen.
Read how BC is training students to think like scientists and using the latest research in brain development to shape math instruction.
8th graders learn to tell fact from fiction in their history course, "Truth, Propaganda, and the Weaponization of Social Media."
Read about how the Lower School curriculum prepares BC students for future success in today's increasingly complex world.
4th grade scientists partner with non-profit Billion Oyster Project to help restore the helpful bivalve back to New York City waters.
For the 10th year in a row, 4th-8th graders read some of the most acclaimed children's and young adult books of the year.
Holocaust survivor Sally Frishberg shared her story with 10th Grade history students on the importance of respecting human rights.
We installed solar panels on the roof of the gym at Lincoln Place. Learn how a senior paper by Luis Arias '17/MIT '21 helped make this happen.
Reflections, our Upper School students' art & literary magazine, won a gold medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.