Read a letter from Head of School Dr. Lisa Waller to our community.
Berkeley Carroll graduates are a part of our school community for a lifetime. The Alumni Association provides a formal framework for a continuing relationship with the school and is always looking for ways to support our alumni long after their classroom experience has commenced.
The Association serves alumni interests by fostering engagement opportunities such as class reunions, social events, speakers, and career programs. Take a look at the Alumni Events Calendar to see what events we have on the horizon for you to stay connected with BC.
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The Berkeley Carroll Magazine is published for all members of the Berkeley Carroll community and includes class notes and alumni profiles, as well as current news from the school. If you have not been receiving the Magazine, click on the Alumni Network link to the left to update your address and other information or email email@example.com for assistance. Read the back issues of the magazine here.
Charitable giving is one of the long-standing traditions associated with independent school life. Each member of the Berkeley Carroll community is asked to join this tradition and make a contribution to the school's annual fund. All students are the recipients of the generosity of the alumni who have come before them. Click here to make a donation.
Brianna Johnson '20 awarded Wesleyan University Hamilton Prize for Creativity.
Conor Gately '98 helps create the most detailed map of auto emissions in America.
The BC alum spoke with the Spanish-language television station about the annual Nathan's Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest.
The former BC Varsity Baseball player was featured in Brooklyn Daily.
The former students returned to Lincoln Place on May 19.
The alum, a marine biologist, spoke with The New York Times about how organizers approached issues of diversity and inclusion.