WHO SHOULD APPLY?
-Be in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during the 2017-2018 school year-Have an unweighted, cumulative core GPA of 3.3+-Have an ACT of 18 or higher (rising 12th-graders only)-Live in a household with an income less than $60,000
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 the following documents;
-Official academic transcript-ACT score report (rising 12th-graders only)
Have questions? Email us at email@example.com.
PHASE 2: GROUP INTERVIEW
Qualified applicants will be invited for an in-person interview at BRYC! Parents/guardians will be asked to provide a Form 1040 to verify income level.
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.