BC High Summer Programs is open to girls and boys entering grades 5-12. We offer sports camps, academic courses, credit recovery classes, and specialty programs. You do not need to be a BC High student to attend any of our programs!
All programs happen on the beautiful BC High campus! We invite you to take advantage of the many opportunities to visit our 40-acre campus located at 150 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA. We are situated on Columbia Point, alongside the University of Massachusetts- Boston, the JFK Library, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, and the National Archives. We are only a 5-minute walk from the Red Line and Commuter Rail train stops at JFK/UMass. In addition, we are conveniently located close to I-93, I-90, and just minutes away from downtown Boston. You do not need to be a BC High student to attend any of our course, clinics or camps!
Camps and classes are instructed by BC High faculty as well as faculty and coaches from local Universities and High Schools including UMass, BC and Tufts. Specialty Programs are taught by specialists in the field of instruction. All faculty, staff and coaches are CORI'd and SORI'd as well as are extensively interviewed, reference checks and fingerprinted.
Academic Courses run for either two, three or six weeks depending on the class. ACT, SAT and College Essay and the Common App courses fill up quickly! Courses are offered Monday through Friday and times vary depending on the class.
Specialty Programs like Coding, Robotics, Video Making, Art Camp and Cooking Camp are offered throughout the summer.
Sports Camps are designed for players of all ability levels! Our sports clinics are specifically designed to target specific skills to promote improvement. Various games and competitions are integrated into the clinics to make the athletes' experience both educational and fun.
Credit Recovery Courses concentrates on academic and related make-up courses. Courses help students master content, recover credits and to help students who need to regain the educational ground they've lost. Most course offerings are accepted by public and private school and transcripts are sent directly to the student's academic advisor through our Dean of Students.