• School Family Council Meeting February 14th -  6:00pm via Zoom

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  • School Family Council

    Family Members come out (virtually) and support the School Family/Parent Council. It is a place where family members can express concerns, advocate for the school, and plan school activities.

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  • 3Point

    BCLA McCormack - Welcome back and Happy New Year! Your 3Point teachers and staff are so excited to continue learning and growing with the school community! We’d also like to take the opportunity to reflect on the outstanding work you presented at the 3Point showcase in December.

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    BCLA-McCormack’s Family Coffee Hour

    BCLA-McCormack’s Family Coffee Hour Connect with other families Talk with Principal Ms. Johnston Light refreshments and snacks Families can attend either or both days! It is open to all guardians regardless of which campus your child attends.

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  • School Spirit Advisory is hosting a food drive for the month of January

    Donated goods will go to the Hyde Park food pantry. The advisory with the most donations will earn hot chocolate and donuts. Please drop off canned goods in your advisory class.

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  • We Need Your Support!

    The BCLA-McCormack is working harder than ever to ensure that our scholars receive intensive academic interventions and extended learning opportunities.


BCLA McCormack Library


  • We are proud to give a huge shout-out to BCLA-McCormack senior, JALEEL WORRELL, who is the recipient of the Posse Scholarship to Centre College! This is a 4-year award worth full tuition each year. Based on next year’s expected tuition cost, Jaleel’s scholarship is worth more than $201,000 over 4 years! Way to Go, Jaleel!


  • 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.