In a traditional year, BFCCPS hosts information sessions so that interested families can meet us in person, learn more about the school and have a building tour.  As a result of the continuing health crisis, in person meetings will not be possible this year so we’ve adjusted our plans accordingly.

This year, we have arranged for videos featuring our staff, parents, teachers and even a BFCCPS alumna to help you learn more about the BFCCPS Experience. While these videos can’t truly replicate our traditional face to face events we hope that our enthusiasm for the school is evident.

Virtual Information Session with Executive Director Heather Zolnowski. Recorded January 15, 2022.

Want to learn more about the Application and Lottery Process or hear answers to some of the most frequently asked questions?  Check out this short video from Joanne Basile our Communications Coordinator.

You can learn more about what it means when we talk about Parents as Primary Educator in this short video featuring April Grudier, a BFCCPS Parent and member of our Board of Trustees.


BFCCPS Parent Joanna Wrona shares her perspective on Parents as Primary Educator:


Learn about what Classical Education means at BFCCPS in this short video from our Grade Two teacher, Erin Harlor.

We know you’ll enjoy hearing about Character Education in this video with Tricia Tagen a Kindergarten teacher at BFCCPS.

Our Assistant Head of School, Dr. Jeffrey Levering shares some thoughts on Character Education in this short video:

We are excited to share some highlights of our Character Recognition Program in this short video featuring Video from recent Character Recognition Assemblies:



Maevis Fahey is a BFCCPS Graduate from the class of 2017.  In this video she speaks about the impact of Community Service during her time at BFCCPS and how she continues the work she started in her Grade 8 Capstone project even today.





Our Executive Director and Communications Coordinator hosted a virtual Question and Answer session, you can click below to watch the event.

Building tours will not be available this year to ensure the safety of our faculty and staff.  We hope you’ll enjoy a peek at this photo gallery (please note these photos are from 2019 and 2020 January & February from before the pandemic so no distance or masks precautions were in place)  for photos of the building, updates to our Gymnasium Construction will be posted to our Facebook page in the weeks ahead.