Taking individual courses at BBP is an effective alternative for high school students to learn concepts and skills and progress at their own pace. The pace slows when the student struggles and accelerates when the student succeeds.
Once the coursework is completed, the students will earn credit. Course enrollment options include:
Credit Recovery: This option is for when students need to retake a course, or they aren’t successful in the course at their local school.
Dual-enrollment: This alternative allows students to take some of their courses at BBP, and some at a local school with their friends.
Our curriculum includes all required 9th to 12th grade courses in math, language arts, science, and social studies, as well as Advanced Placement courses.
* Part-time Admission is only offered to domestic applicants and is done on space available basis.
Complete the Application:
$100 application fee required. You may download the complete application here.
Complete application submitted after July 31, 2017, are subject to review by a rolling admissions process based on space availability.
Complete the Supplemental Forms:
- Student Questionnaire: Complete and return to BBP.
Submit a Writing Sample:
Submit one spontaneous and uncorrected English writing sample in your own handwriting on any topic.
Schedule and Complete a Visit or Interview:
Within three weeks of completed application, we require a personal/virtual interview as part of application. Please contact the Admissions office to make an appointment.
Submit ALL forms (in pdf format) to:
Subject: Part-time Admission
We will send you an email receipt when your application is complete.
A final thought on admissions
Admission to Big Brains Preparatory is competitive, but not limited to one measure. A committee comprised of faculty and administrators considers the following sources of information: the application, academic records, school visit/interview, and a student’s talents, character and leadership qualities. The Admissions Committee will consider multiple factors and determine the most suitable program for the applicant.
If you need assistance with any part of the application process, please contact the Admissions Coordinator.
Tricia Dela Cruz