The “early” application process for new Fellows is now open. BRYC has openings for an entire new freshmen class as well as openings for next year’s 10th, 11th, and 12th grade cohorts. So if you know of a high achieving (3.3 GPA) low resourced student please send them to our online application.
Early admissions deadline is April 1. Please help us spread the word!
All of the information about BRYC and the application process is above under the Future Fellows tab. There are four tabs:
- Why BRYC
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- Application Timeline
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BRYC will be hosting two open houses for interested students and their families. The BRYC staff, as well as current Fellows and parents will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about becoming a BRYC Fellow.
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Summary: The Fading Line: A Commemoration of the 1953 Baton Rouge Bus Boycott is a multi-media performance which relays the story of the nation’s first successful boycott of the Civil Rights Movement. Mid City Dance Project, Inc. in conjunction with New Venture Theatre, guest artists, and local professional artists will use dance, spoken word, music and video oral histories of actual participants to bring awareness and celebrate the champions of this nine-day, successful and peaceful protest. Click here to fill our the tick request form.
Through our partnership with the Manship Theater, BRYC has secured tickets for Fellows and their families for this incredible event. Tickets are limited.
Date: Wednesday, March 18
Location: Manship Theater
Price: $0 (BRYC feels that this is an incredible story that our community must be aware of and is paying for Fellows and their families to attend this event).