Do you want to know how to prepare for the transition from high school to college? Want to learn more about how to choose the right college for you? Come and listen to Christian Petrov, a former student of BCCHS, talk about the college life and the transition from the college life to the work life.
Where: Room 506
Why: Learn more about the transition from high school to college.
Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/a/bcchsnyc.net/forms/d/1exBJRk0z_Jvmz3rGpaSMFXm8IdvJq-awKL4I8LIHBGk/viewform
Don't miss out on an amazing opportunity! Seats are LIMITED, so reserve your seats now!
Tech Team Presents Clemens Wan, a Technical Business Analyst at Credit Suisse. He will be doing a presentation on presenting skills.
Time:( Period 5 & 6 )
Where: Room 517
Why: To learn more about presentation skills, which can be helpful during the BCSM and in your future.
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Seats are LIMITED, so reserve your seats now!
*You will be excused from class, but you will be responsible for making up any missed work. You are also allowed to bring lunch, but must arrive on time!
Events this week:
Monday, March 10
Tuesday, March 11
Wednesday, March 12
Thursday, March 13:
Friday, March 14:
iPad Competition! Due March 17 in the main office. See email for details.
Be sure to read the College Office Newsletter sent via email to all Seniors for important deadlines and opportunities.
The Chinese Planning Council offers great opportunities for students. There is the free after school NDA tutoring program for high school students of all levels The program provides homework, regents, ESL and SAT prep/tutoring along with engagement events such as college and camping trips.
The program only requires that students have an average in the 70-88 GPA range. See Ms. Phillips in the college office for more information.
High Schools: NYC College Line Launched to Support New York City Students
Through the GraduateNYC! partnership, the NYCDOE and CUNY recently launched NYC College Line, a new web resource to provide city-specific information on the college process. This free, online community—available at NYCCollegeLine.org—will allow you, your students and families to get rapid responses to all of your NYC-college-related questions, from finding local programs, to admissions and application procedures, to tips on completing college successfully.
As you know ACT and SAT are very important for college admissions. Practice is vital to success. Due to student requests we have arranged for Baruch to have a free SAT/ACT combo test to take place on April 30 and May 1 after school. The location will be conveniently in our school. Students will receive a free score report and can make a decision as to which test is preferable for them. (This practice exam does NOT go on your transcript)
We urge all grades to participate as we hope to arrange free test prep classes from Kaplan but it will only happen if we have enough participants.
If you are interested please have your student attend the ACT/SAT test and show Kaplan we are serious! (forms will be distributed as we get closer to the date)
11th & 12th grade: College Now Summer Program: apply by May 1st. Click here for application. Submit to Ms. Philips in the colleg eoffice