We know that students learn best when they are actively engaged in their learning and connected with peers and faculty alike. The goal of our distance learning program is to create experiences that are meaningful, creative, and purposeful while keeping students connected to our community. Our distance learning curriculum is designed to be developmentally appropriate by grade and division level and to continue to build the essential skills of critical-thinking, inquiry, resilience, and collaboration that will prepare students for the challenges of today and far beyond the virtual learning environment.
Virtual Learning 

Virtual learning began Wednesday, March 25, 2020.  Please see the list of resources below. 

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    The Educational Support Services (ESS) team continues to be a source of support for our students as we work in our Virtual School Environment.  In each division, the learning specialists are available through email and scheduled Zoom calls and can offer support with strategies to aid in material and time management, learning strategies, and self-advocacy.  Students and parents are welcome to reach out with specific questions.
    Sara Rosiak, Director of Educational Support Services and Upper School Learning Specialist
    Stephen Roche, Upper School Learning Specialist 
    Judy Crowley, Middle School Learning Specialist
    Stephanie McKew, Lower School Learning Specialist

    College Counseling 

    The college counseling team is committed to keeping our students and their families informed during these challenging times.  Our counselors, Cathy Badmington and Andrew Robinson are communicating directly with the boys and their families to guide them through the process. See the resources and updates below.

    On Monday nights at 7 pm, our college counseling office will host Monday Night College Talk @ BL. This weekly series will provide our juniors the opportunity to connect with BL alums from a range of colleges and universities.  

    The April 4 ACT has been postponed to June 13 
    May 4 and March 28 SAT (postponed initially from March 14) has been canceled
    The June SAT test date has been canceled.
    AP Tests
    On March 20, the  College Board announced that there will not be traditional AP tests administered in May 2020.  Click here for the March 23 letter from our director of college counseling and use the following link to access the most updated information from the  College Board

    College Updates 
    Click here for the latest information from colleges, including changes to enrollment deadlines and updated campus visit information.

    ACT Updates 

    College Boards Updates

    College Virtual Tour Information

    Virtual Admissions Events/Deposit Dates

    Even when we are interacting virtually, the health and wellness of our students remain essential. Our goal is for the boys to continue to learn, develop, and thrive, and engage in regular healthy practices, and our counselors will be there to guide and support them every step of the way. 
    Megan Kenney, LCSW-C, Director of Counseling 
    Cassidy Belz, LGPC, Middle School Counselor 
    Shirelle Flowers, LCSW-C, Lower School Counselor 


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