Congratulations on your acceptance to Bard High School Early College (BHSEC) Manhattan. We are delighted that you will be joining us in the fall.
We start the fall semester with a Writing and Thinking Workshop where you will work closely with a small group of students and one of our teachers. You will learn to read and listen more thoughtfully, to articulate ideas: to review your own work critically and, most basically, to recognize the link between thought and expression.
New BHSEC parents click here.
All large group in person admissions events are cancelled.
Families and middle schools will begin receiving High School Admissions Matches Friday, May 21, 2021 after 12pm. The Office of Student Enrollment will notify families by email that they can log into their child’s MySchools account to view their child’s high school admissions offer. Check your MySchools account or contact your guidance counselor for assistance. You may also visit the NYC Department of Education website for more information.
We will send out a welcome email to matched students with information about the online virtual event with current students, after the DoE sends out notifications. The online event will be in early June. We will try to use both the email that families used to sign up for our assessment and the email supplied by the Department of Education if it is different. Please check your email after May 21st.
You’ve been accepted and still have questions? Click here for Frequently Asked Questions by accepted students (updated June 2021)
The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As told to Alex Haley
June 10, 2021
This event is for new matched students and their parents. Registration will be sent as an Event Brite invitation.
This event is for new matched and accepted students to tour the physical BHSEC campus with current BHSEC students. Each tour is 30-40 minutes long. Registration is required. New York DOE Building Health Screening is required.
This Zoom event is for matched and accepted students to ask questions about student life at BHSEC. Hosted virtually by current BHSEC students. Each session is 35-45 minutes long. Registration is required.
The Summer Bridge program is an opportunity for incoming students to meet and get to know fellow students in their class, get advice from older, returning students, and to meet faculty and take sample classes. This program is organized as an informal introduction to our school, intended to familiarize new students with our school culture, our facilities and our neighborhood.