B-CC was one of 5 U.S. schools featured in a cover story article in the National Education Association’s magazine NEA Today‘s August Issue entitled “What’s Her Number?”. The piece highlights how B-CC keeps standards and support high for all students. The Foundation is proud to be mentioned and to play an integral role in keeping B-CC both exclusive and inclusive. A PDF of the article is also available here.
Dates: July 22-August 2, 2013, Monday through Friday
Time: 9am – 12pm
Where: B-CC High School
The program includes:
- Media Literacy and Opinion Writing taught by Ms. Logan
- News and Feature Writing taught by Mr. Lopilato
The B-CC Educational Foundation’s grant supports 30, full-program scholarships to:
- rising 8th graders (who are planning to attend B-CC for high school)
- rising B-CC 11th graders
There will be separate Middle School and High School sections.
We are excited to support this opportunity and wish all Westland and B-CC students and families a safe and relaxing summer!
We were honored to have so many B-CC faculty members in attendance this year. We thank thank them for their tireless commitment and the great work that they do day-in and day-out with the students at B-CC.
The Superintendent of MCPS, Josh Starr, also attended the event and inspired us with his vision for education in the county. Thank you Superintendent Starr!
Also, a big thank you to Carole Brand and Susan Bank for another amazing fundraiser and to all of the partners and donors who made this years event possible!
Enjoy an evening of wine, chocolate and cheese with “heavy” hors d’oeuvres.
The event will highlight academic excellence at B-CC High School and honor B-CC HS faculty leaders and academic program directors.
Thursday, March 14, 2013, 7–9 pm Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase 7931 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland
RSVP by Sunday, March 10th Tickets: $50 per person (estimated ticket value $30)
If you prefer to print and mail in your registration, you can download the following forms: