WHO SHOULD APPLY?
-Be in 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during the 2018-2019 school year
-Live in a household with demonstrated financial need
-Meet their grade-specific grade requirements:
Current Juniors (Class of 2019): H.S. GPA of 3.3 or above
Current Sophomores (Class of 2020): H.S. GPA or 3.2 or above
Current Freshmen (Class of 2021): H.S. GPA of 3.1 or above
Current Eighth Graders (Class of 2022): Middle School GPA of 3.0 or above
-Starting November 1, 2017, current Juniors can apply to BRYC to begin in January 2018.
-All other grades can apply beginning February 2018 to start BRYC in Summer 2018.
BRYC looks for students who are:
"BRYC is the opportunity of all opportunities. It has helped me educationally but has also built me socially and furthered my knowledge about the world around me."
Ruby | Friendship Capitol High | Class of 2018/2022
"Before I joined BRYC, I was a mind full of knowledge without resources to fulfill my potential. BRYC is a family teaching its youth to fly on their own."
Jacolby | McKinley High | Class of 2019/2023
"BRYC is a haven for anti-social kids. It allows you to blossom and make friends at your own pace, while also learning lessons pertaining to life, college, and school."
Carvin | Scotlandville Magnet High | Class of 2020/2014
"BRYC has challenged me to get out of my comfort zone. If it wasn't for BRYC, I wouldn't be open to new opportunities that have been coming my way. I love BRYC."
Jalyn | Mentorship Academy | Class of 2017/2021
What is BRYC’s application process like?
PHASE 1: ONLINE APPLICATION
Complete our short, online application by filling out some basic information and uploading your official academic transcript.
Have questions? Email us at email@example.com.
PHASE 2: FINANCIAL VERIFICATION
Qualified applicants will be invited to BRYC to submit documentation to confirm their financial situation. This may include parents or legal guardians' providing proof of government assistance (SNAP, Medicaid, Social Security, etc) and/or verification of income level via tax forms.
Why does BRYC ask for families’ tax forms? We understand that a family’s finances are private. However, BRYC must collect families’ financial information to make sure we are serving students who are most in need of our services. We really appreciate your cooperation.