Birmingham Covington School (BCS)

BCS inspires students to lead in the global community through a passion for learning, innovating, and inquiry and design.

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  • Quarter IV Choice Hour Change Forms

    Choice Hour Change Forms are now available online and in the office. Forms are due back by 4pm on Thursday, April 26th.

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  • Wellness Week Info - April 30 to May 4

    • Join our BCS Cobras Team on Saturday, May 5th for a 5k walk/run to support MOM- Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention. This event is for all ages and fitness levels and will be a nice end to our Wellness Week (April 30 - May 4). For more information on MOM please visit:
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    • Celebrate the start of BCS Wellness Week with a private goal setting workshop!  Join BCS and ivivva Somerset for a Dreams & Goals workshop on Monday April 30th 6:30-7:30.  ivivva will supply the materials.  You supply the dreams!  Please see flyer for more information - RSVP to ivvava is required.  Please contact Shaina Allen at for any questions.

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  • 2018-2019 Elective Information Packets

    For current 4-7 grade parents and guardians (next year 5-8), our 2018-19 Elective Packet Information is posted.  Please review carefully the information with your student in making an elective selection for next year, and click on the link on the last page of the packet to make the elective selection by submitting the online form by Wednesday, April 11.  Paper copies of the packets are available in the main office if you need one. 
    Link:  2018-2019 Elective Information Packets

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  • Outdoor Recess in the Wet Weather

    Now that the Spring weather is settling in (mostly), please remember to send coats, boots, and maybe extra socks to school with your children. We will go outside for recess every day, weather permitting.

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  • Yearbooks Are On Sale - NEW Deadline May 15, 2018

    Purchase your 2017-18 BCS Yearbook Now! Deadline is May 15, 2018. More information on ordering your yearbook may be found on the Jostens Yearbook Flyer. Purchase your yearbook online by following this link to Questions? Contact Michelle D'Orazio at

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  • BCS Alumni Breakfast

    Thursday, May 31, 2018
    7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

    Are you a Birmingham Covington School alumni graduating this year? Visit BCS for our annual Alumni Breakfast on Thursday, May 31 in the Media Center. 

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  • 7/8 Cedar Point End of Year Trip 

    The BCS 7/8 End of Year trip to Cedar Point is Thursday, June 14, 2018. Sign-up will occur in front of the Cafeteria from 8am-8:13am (first bell), Monday, May 7 - Thursday, May 10. Please bring all of your signed paperwork, payment, and your buddy. Click Here for the forms and trip information.

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  • Saturday School @ Berkshire&

    In partnership with the Birmingham African American Family Network, Birmingham Public Schools provides tutoring for students who need help in any grade level, and in any academic area. It is hosted in the media center at Berkshire Middle School from 9am - 11am. All K-12 BPS student and parents are welcome to join. 
    Saturday School sessions for the 2017-18 school year:
    April: 28
    May: 5, 12, 19
    For more information see their website @:
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  • BCS Movie Nights

    This year with our theme of empathy and our community read, Save Me a Seat, our BCS Diversity Committee will be hosting monthly Movie Nights on Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 PM in the BCS media center based on our theme.  Parents and students, feel free to dress comfortably (PJs allowed) and bring a blanket or sleeping bag for extra comfort. Be sure to save the dates for the final two movies for this fun, monthly, family event!

    • April 26 (changed from the 19th) – Freaky Friday PG (empathy habit thinking “us” not “them”)
    • May 17 – Zootopia PG (empathy habit is sticking your neck out)
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  • Welcome to Birmingham Covington School

    The Birmingham Covington Districtwide 3-8 School (BCS) is a 3-8 districtwide school of choice for families residing in the Birmingham Public School District. It is designed to offer a clear choice in educational structure and philosophy to parents/guardians and children seeking a rigorous academic challenge. BCS has a special emphasis on comprehensive science and technology instruction based on the Association for the Advancement of Science report, Project 2061, and enGauge: 21st Century Skills.

    To better understand BCS, please review:

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