General Information

In light of our most recent plan to begin the school year remotely from September 14th-October 16th, we are amending our school supply lists, as much of the instruction will take place electronically. In general, we recommend that students have pencils, pens, and notebook paper at home to support their work on their chromebooks. Should students need other materials in addition, we will publish this information beginning the week of August 31st and will also be available to provide these materials for families-in-need. If you have further questions, please reach out to familyengagement@bostoncollegiate.org

Hace una semana, presentamos nuestro plan más reciente de comenzar el año escolar de forma virtual del 14 de septiembre al 16 de octubre, estamos modificando nuestras listas de útiles escolares, ya que gran parte de la instrucción se llevará a cabo electrónicamente. En general, recomendamos que los estudiantes tengan lápices, bolígrafos , y papel de cuaderno en casa para apoyar su trabajo en sus Chromebooks. Si los estudiantes necesitan otros materiales además, publicaremos esta información a partir de la semana del 31 de agosto y también estaremos disponibles para proporcionar estos materiales a las familias que los necesiten. tiene más preguntas, comuníquese con familyengagement@bostoncollegiate.org

Here is our  Lower and Middle School dress code policy and here is our High School Dress Code Policy.

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For student uniforms, please visit College Hype.

For student swag, please visit our online store!

Employment Permits for students ages 14 – 17 can be obtained in the Mayhew Welcome Office from Ms. Montesano once the student has secured the job. The employer will provide and sign an Employment Permit Application and give it to the student. The student then signs it along with a Parent/Guardian. Students ages 14 and 15 also require a Physician’s signature. Once all the signatures are obtained, the student may bring the completed application to Ms. Montesano to receive their Employment Permit. If the employer doesn’t have the Employment Permit Application on hand, you may also receive a blank one from the Main Office or you can print it yourself,  but keep in mind, this means the student will have to go back to the Employer with the blank application so they can sign it, then bring it back to the school completed.