COVID-19 Response

Last update: April 2, 2020

Please find detailed information below regarding changes to our instructional plans and importantly, new schedules for students that will go into effect on Monday, April 6, 2020.

Lower School

Middle School

High School

Student Support

Assignments for the Week of April 6th to April 10th:

Assignments for the Week of March 30th to April 3rd:

Instructions for Distance Learning

Below please find a list of recommended resources for students in fifth through twelfth grade organized by department:

Updated School Contact Lists and Office Hours

During the school closure, BCCS will open its Upper School Campus (11 Mayhew Street) from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Monday through Friday to provide breakfast and lunch for any BCCS student to take home.

Additionally, the City of Boston in partnership with Project Bread, YMCA of Greater Boston, Boston Centers for Youth and Families, and other community organizations will also be providing free meals to Boston families at various locations and times across the city. These sites are shown in red on this map. More locations may become available. If you need additional food resources, you can contact Project Bread’s Food Source Hotline at (800) 645-8333.

We know that impact of COVID-19 has been tremendous on many.  That is why we have set up the BCCS COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to provide financial support to families and alumni of our community who are facing extreme financial hardship.

Make a Gift of Any Amount Today
Your 100% tax-deductible contribution can be made directly on our website here.  Gifts of any amount are much appreciated and will be directly put into the hands of BCCS families and alumni to help meet their basic needs.

Apply for Support
If you are a BCCS family or alumnus seeking financial support from the Fund, please complete this form.  If you have questions or need any assistance completing the form, please contact Teresa Rodriguez, Director of Family and Community Relations, at