Congratulations on your acceptance to Bard High School Early College (BHSEC). 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.
Students and families will receive High School Admissions results in the Spring. Please contact your guidance counselor for specific questions.
Congratulations on your acceptance to Bard High School Early College Queens, BHSECQ! Your application to BHSECQ and match to our school show that you are serious about learning and seek academic challenge. In order to experience the intellectually engaging community that we hope will be your home for the next four years, we’d like to invite you to visit.
Hello and greetings from the Music Department at BHSEC. Congratulations on your acceptance to our school! In an effort to learn more about your past musical experiences and help you transition into our school’s music program, we would like ALL incoming 9th-grade students to fill out the following questionnaire. BHSEC Queens has a strong music program to offer students and all are welcome! Please click here to access the questionnaire.
Summer Bridge will be held in person this year! Please check your email for details. The Summer Bridge program is an informal introduction to our school and is intended to familiarize accepted students with BHSECQ’s academic culture. It is also an opportunity for incoming students to get to know their fellow classmates, meet our faculty, and attend classes in the arts, Spanish, Chinese, and Latin. By sampling our Foreign Languages and Electives, students will be able to fill out the 9th Grade Elective and Language Preference Form.
Sports Interest Form
Bard DNA Summer Program
The Bard DNA Summer Program is a summer enrichment program which DNA fellows are expected to attend the July before their freshman year. During this three-week long program, students will take engaging and fun academic courses, participate in community bonding activities each day and attend Peer Mentor-led advisory sessions.