- 42 boys and 46 girls in 5th-8th grade
- 78% immigrants or first-generation Americans
Average Class Size: 11 students
Student-Teacher Ration: 7 to 1
Black or African-American: 81%
Hispanic or Latino: 16%
Two or More: 3%
Roman Catholic: 22%
Technology at Home
- 77% of families have a computer or tablet with Internet access
- 20% of families only have Internet access through a cell phone
- 3% of families do not have Internet access
- 52% of families have a functioning printer at home
- Students who qualify for the federal free or reduced lunch program: 92%
BJP graduates are currently enrolled in the following private high schools:
Bishop Loughlin Memorial H.S.
Bishop Kearney High School
Cardinal Hayes High School
Cathedral High School
Christ the King Regional H.S.
Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School
Cristo Rey New York High School
Fontbonne Hall Academy
La Salle Academy
Msgr. McClancy Memorial H.S.
Nazareth Regional High School
Notre Dame School
Regis High School
St. Jean Baptiste High School
St. Joseph High School
St. Peter's Preparatory School
St. Savior High School
St. Vincent Ferrer
The Masters School
The Mary Louis Academy
The Taft School
Xavier High School
In 2018, the 23 8th grade students were offered $240,950 in scholarships from area high schools and accepted $172,250 of the monies offered.
BJP graduates have attended the following colleges and universities:
"The school is special because we're all like a big family here. The teachers care about you and your classmates are like your brothers and sisters.
In fifth grade, when I came, the work got harder. I got used to it, and I don't have a problem with it anymore."
BJP Class of 2015
Current Notre Dame High School Junior
"The teachers and the people that work in the graduate support program really provide you with the help you need. Any time you are confused about anything you can come down [to BJP]."
BJP Class of 2009
Xavier High School Class of 2013
SUNY Binghamton Class of 2017
Recipient of The Gates Millenium Scholarship