Applications for the 2020-2021 school year will be available starting on November 1st.
For the 2019-2020 academic year BFCCPS has expanded its enrollment adding two new classrooms in Kindergarten through Grade Five. A total of 708 students will be enrolled . Learn more on this BFCCPS Expansion Brief.
For the 2020-2021 school year 92 spaces will be offered for Kindergarten. Applications for Grade One through Eight will be accepted as openings occur or will receive a wait list position.
Priority in the lottery is given first to siblings of current students, then to residents in the BFCCPS region, then to residents of Massachusetts outside of the BFCCPS region. Applicants must be a resident of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the time of application to be considered for enrollment, and must reside in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts while attending the school.
Kindergarten entrance age is five by August 31 of the year of entry. BFCCPS will request reasonable proof of age related to this requirement prior to an offer of admission is made.
Once a student is accepted, they need not reapply as their spot is protected for as long as they attend the school. If a child has not been accepted and is on the waiting list, you will need to re-apply each year as the waiting list is not held from year to year. The enrollment lottery for the 2019-2020 school year will take place on Wednesday March 6th. We encourage all applicants to read our complete enrollment policy here: BFCCPS Enrollment Policy.
You can also find answers to some of our most frequently asked enrollment questions at http://bfccps.org/about/enrollment/enrollmentfaq/
If you have any questions or concerns please contact the school’s Communications Coordinator, Mrs. Joanne Basile at 508-541-3434 x140 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enrollment Information Sessions:
You can watch a video of the February 9, 2019 Information session here:
Right to Attend Documents:
This document explains the educational rights of students with disabilities to attend Massachusetts charter schools and to receive appropriate special education services in those charter schools. Click to download: Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools, Alunos com deficiências (físicas ou mentais) em escolas tipo charter, Estudiantes con discapacidades en escuelas subvencionadas
This document explains the rights of children who are English language learners to attend and receive language support and other services in Massachusetts public charter schools. As defined in state law, an English language learner is a student who does not speak English, or whose native language is not English, and who is not able to do ordinary classroom work in English. Click to download: English Language Learners in Charter Schools, Alunos de Aprendizagem da Língua Inglesa em escolas tipo charter, Estudiantes de idioma inglés en escuelas subvencionadas
Frequently Asked Questions:
We recognize that you may still have questions about Enrollment at BFCCPS, you can find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions here on our website.
You can also contact our Communications Coordinator Mrs. Basile at email@example.com or at 508-541-3434 x140.
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