For Families

Welcome to the Family Resource Site! Learn more about school events, how to connect with other Boston Collegiate families, the public lottery, how to get involved, and much more. Boston Collegiate believes that family involvement is an essential component of students' academic success.

Family Newsletter

Our Family Newsletter goes home every-other week and includes important information about things happening at our school. It will be emailed to you as well as sent home in your child’s backpack.

To view our most recent Family Newsletter (6.9.17) in English, click here.

To view our most recent Family Newsletter (6.9.17) in Spanish, check back soon.

BCCS Community Portal

To access your high school student chlid's progress reports and report cards via our Community Portal, click for our User Guide.

Lunch Information

Click here to download the most recent breakfast and lunch menus.

  • To apply for Free/Reduced lunch, please download this form and return it to your child's main office.
  • To order lunch online for your child, use this website and make sure you use these coupons. If you have trouble, feel free to use the Parent Guide.

Sibling Preference

Our Sibling Preference Policy allows siblings of currently attending students to receive priority over non-sibling applicants. For an entering 5th grader, a spot in the 5th grade is reserved for siblings who submit an application. For siblings applying to grades 6, 7 and 8, priority is given on the waiting list. However, despite the sibling preference, all siblings MUST submit an application and participate in the lottery. If we do not receive an application, siblings cannot be enrolled or placed on the waiting list.

Siblings must provide proof of their common biological parent (through birth
certificates from both siblings, a paternity order from the court, etc.) OR proof of a
legal adoption to receive the sibling preference. If proof is not received by the application deadline, the student will be entered into the lottery as a non-sibling applicant.


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