Requests to change instructional models will be accepted Nov. 23-Dec. 11

Families can request a change to their child's instructional model by sending an email request to VirtualAcademy@lex2.org between Monday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Dec. 11. Please be aware that this request does not guarantee placement in an instructional model. This will be the final time this school year that we will accept change requests. Requests will only be considered on a space-available basis.

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Requests to change instructional models will be accepted Nov. 23-Dec. 11

Families can request a change to their child's instructional model by sending an email request to VirtualAcademy@lex2.org between Monday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Dec. 11. Please be aware that this request does not guarantee placement in an instructional model. This will be the final time this school year that we will accept change requests. Requests will only be considered on a space-available basis.
Deadline announced

WATCH: 2019-20 Report to the People

Our superintendent shares highlights from the 2019-20 school year, including updates on construction projects and some of the year's academic highlights
Report to the People

'I hope I've made a difference'

Educator who retired from BCHS but returned to continue working with students is newest inductee in prestigious Heroes and Heroines Society
Linda Bundrick-Brown

Free weekend meals available for students

Weekend meals are now offered through curbside pickup for full-time Virtual Academy and hybrid students. Meals must be pre-ordered in advance before pickup. Get the details here
Curbside meals announced

Students earn 51 AP Scholar awards

One Brookland-Cayce High student, Joseph Buchmaier, earned National AP Scholar, a distinction given to fewer than 1 percent of students nationwide
AP Scholars
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Principal's Message

      At Brookland-Cayce High School, students can choose the academic path that best suits their college and career goals.  We are a Transform SC site organized into three learning academies:
     -- The Quest Academy, which targets the gifted and talented learner, leads the way for our school's increase in Advanced Placement programs.
     -- i2Tech which is part of the New Tech National Network, focuses on a STEM curricula delivered through an integrated, project-based learning platform.
     -- The BC Legacy Academy, which focuses on preparing the well-rounded student to be college and career ready through grade-level communities using a project-based approach to learning.
      In addition to these academies, we offer dual enrollment, career pathways and Early College programs, giving students a chance to earn college credits during the high school day -- free.  
    The choices for success are endless here at Brookland-Cayce High School. Let's get started.
 
Principal Gregg Morton
 
 

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