Campus News & Events
Changes for dual credit must be made before the first day of school. If you have a dual credit question, come see Ms. Pulido before school starts.
Freshmen and new Sophomores - if you missed the laptop training on August 4th, you can still complete your training on August 12, 13, or 14. Bring your paperwork (AUP, FERPA, WebPublishing), $60 insurance payment, and be ready to complete a 30-minute training on-site.
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors (all returning students) - your laptop training can be completed online at eclassroom.nisd.net/bchs . On the eclassroom screen, log in with your NISD id (s######) and your password is your 4x4 (first 4 last name, last 4 of SSN). Click on "courses", scroll down and click on "view more" to find "Miscellaneous". Click on BCHS Laptop Training 2015-2016. The enrollment key is BCHS1314. Review the handbook material, complete all quizzes with an grade of 80% or higher. BE CAREFUL - NOT ALL QUIZZES ALLOW FOR MULTIPLE ATTEMPTS! After you have completed this training, bring your paperwork (AUP, FERPA, WebPublishing) and $60 insurance payment to room H210 to pick up your laptop. This may be done any time between August 5th and August 14th. You will also need to clear any outstanding fines before receiving your laptop.
The BC Parents Group is hosting the first annual Back to School Bash for all BC students. The event will take place on August 15th from 11am - 130pm between the H, F, A, and B Buildings. Food will include tacos, pizza, and chips. Live music will be provided by Anthem School of Music. Games will include ping pong, bocce ball, inflatable sumo wrestling, water guns, and sidewalk chalk. All students are required to bring a signed waiver in order to participate in the inflatable sumo wrestling. The waiver can be found here.
Business Careers High School and its students enjoyed one of the most successful years in the school's history! Here are some of the accomplishments of BC students from this past school year:
BC named to “America’s Top High Schools” by Daily Beast
BC named to “Most Challenging High Schools” by Washington Post
National Merit Scholar Student
National Merit Commended Student
Chess Tournament Titles
Standout Athletes – All District and All District Academic Honors in multiple sports
Academic Decathlon strong season