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    MCAS Testing Information for Families of Students in Grades 3 - 10 2022-23 Annual Notice for MCAS Assessments flyer is available for schools to share with their students' families. This flyer will be also included in the BPS Weekly Update newsletter. Translations: Arabic, Cape Verdean, Chinese, French, Haitian, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish, Vietnamese

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  • Bottom Line

    Current high school juniors and seniors are invited and encouraged to attend Bottom Line’s Open House Event on Saturday, March 11th to learn about and apply for their free College Access and College Success programs. Bottom Line staff will be available to facilitate application completion!

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  • Real Talk

    You’re Invited to Real Talk – a virtual college exploration initiative designed to connect Black students and families with Black representatives from colleges and access organizations across the country. We empower Black students to own their futures their way. We’re giving Black students and their families another chance this school year to connect with Black admissions reps at Real Talk: HBCU Edition on March 1 and 2.

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  • Belle of the Ball

    Belle of the Ball is scheduled for April 1st in Boston. This program provides dresses and related items (shoes, purses, jewelry) free of charge to current high school juniors and seniors who cannot afford the cost of a prom gown. Students must ask for a referral to attend the event. Referrals can be made by Ms. O’Donnell, Ms. Briceno, and Ms. Morales at the Hyde Park campus by March 17th.

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BCLA McCormack Library


  • The Science Fair this year, like always, was a huge success thanks to so many, both today and throughout the process!  This may have been our strongest Science Fair yet, based on the positive feedback we got from the judges.  Congratulations to all the winners!  We all saw the looks of joy and pride on every student's face!


  • Early College at BCLA-McCormack

    Partnership with UMass Boston


    -  Through the early college program, high school students will take FREE credit-bearing college courses that will be listed on the high school transcript.

    -  If students complete all the courses during the program (school year and summer), they may graduate from high school with their first year of college completed.

    -  Students in the BCLA-McCormack Early College program enter into an Education Pathway, where they are able to work towards a career in education or transfer credits to another major/career.

    -  Students begin taking courses at the BCLA-McCormack site in 10th grade and take additional courses at the UMass campus in the following years of high school.

    Our purpose is to create an Antiracist Learning Environment that is responsive to our community, nurtures personalized and authentic educational experiences and develops social-emotional competencies and purpose for all students.