Open House and Information Sessions
We are currently working with the NYC Department of Education on a plan for 2020-2021 admissions with safety and equity in mind. The Department of Education has asked us to wait before we implement the plan we have submitted to them. You are not able to register for an exam at this time. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Updated 11/23/2020
In the meantime please submit your contact information using this form. When we are ready to proceed, we will send you an email with next steps.
Virtual Fall Robot Tours 2020
Please join us as we take a ride with our robots and hear from our current student ambassadors! Families will have an opportunity to walk virtually with us using two of our self-driving, two-wheeled, videoconferencing robots while hearing from current students about their experience at Bard Queens!
Registration is required. Click on the date you wish to join to register. You will receive a ZOOM link via email the day of the event.
Tour features: the opportunity to meet current students in-depth and meet with administration and staff. You will also have an opportunity to see our building from your computer/phone. Duration: 1 hour
Virtual Fall Open House 2020 (videos will be uploaded shortly 12/3)
Math at Bard Queens
Science at Bard Queens
Please keep in mind that attending an open house or tour is not a requirement for admission to BHSEC. Students are not penalized in any way during the admissions process by not attending these events.
Virtual Fall Special Education Information Sessions 2020
For families to learn about the special education opportunities and services at Bard High School Early College Queens. Register HERE.
Tuesday, December 1st, 2020 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Wednesday, December 16th, 2020 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
This social story is a resource that has been created to provide information on how to access Bard HS Early College Queens during pre-COVID time. This resource will help you plan your visit in advance and explain how to access the building, what to expect when you enter, and who to ask for assistance. This social story is specific to the Thursday, October 24th, 2019 event.
The insideschools website also offers a nice article with advice for visiting high schools. Please see Five special education questions to ask on HS tours.
The BHSEC schools have had great success to date with a small number of students receiving SE services and we are looking to expand our offerings and the number of students served. Perhaps BHSEC is right for you!
Students requiring special education services can expect the following:
- Personal attention and small class sizes for all students (typically ranging from 20-24 students)
- An inclusive and respectful environment for all students
- New ICT classes, an engaging curriculum, and the opportunity to earn college credit
- Easy access to guidance counselors, faculty, and academic advisors
- A strong focus on transitions from middle school to high school and high school to college
- In-house staff knowledgeable with IEPs, SE accommodations, and related services
- A dedicated learning specialist who works with students on a range of academic support needs
- Additional support for writing and math through staff and peer tutoring
- Assistive technology, and help with strengthening academic and social skills
- One of the city’s most personalized college counseling programs, with an unparalleled placement record
- A diverse student body that reflects New York City and includes students of all interests and learning styles
- Opportunities for all students to engage in the arts, athletics, and a range of extra-curricular activities
- An active and engaged parent body
Fall High School Choice Fairs 2020
NYC Department of Education High Schools Fairs have not been announced yet. We are closely monitoring the website and will update once there is more information available.