Thank you for your interest in BCCHS! We are committed to enrolling a wide range of students, who can bring a host of talents, passions and skills to our school.
Open House Information
- 2019 open houses tours have ended
- Watch a video of a past open house above
- View the information session presentation slides here
- Attending an open house is not a requirement for admission.
- If you are matched to BCCHS and have not visited the school, we will hold a tour for all accepted students in the Spring
Admissions (Students applying in 2019)
Every 8th grade and 9th grade student residing in New York City is eligible to apply to Baruch College Campus High School. During the month of October, 8th grade public school students will receive online access to an individualized high school application from their current guidance counselor. 9th grade public school students can request access to an application from their guidance counselor if they wish to transfer to another public high school.
Students attending private/ parochial schools can also request a New York City public high school application through their current school.
- Students who live in District 2 or who attend a District 2 Middle School
- Students who live in Manhattan or who attend a Manhattan Middle School
- Students who live in New York City
Diversity in Admissions Priority
As of School Year, 2019-2020, BCCHS has been accepted into the New York City Diversity In Admissions (DIA) Pilot Program. Participating schools give priority in their admissions processes to high-needs students – most frequently students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunch (FL or FRL).
As part of the DIA program, priority will be given to District 2 students who are eligible for FRL for 34% of seats.
If you have fewer than 10 absences and fewer than 10 latenesses, you will be considered for the admissions rubric. The BCCHS admissions rubric is based on 7th grade academic course grades and NYS Test scores*.
Please click BCCHS Rubric for more details on our admissions process
* Students without 7th grade NYS test scores will be evaluated on academic course grades. Students from private schools with different standardized test scores will have their test scores converted based on percentiles.
- Watch our school video made by our Baruch Ambassadors!
- Understanding the NYC Admissions Process
- BCCHS High School Directory Information
- Registration for students new to NYC
- Admission Statistics
Open House at BCCHS
Principal, Alicia Perez-Katz
Assistant Principal, Douglas Keyzer