BJP currently serves 89 students: 41 boys and 47 girls, grades 5th - 8th. Even though BJP is a Catholic school, the majority of our students aren't Catholic. Our religious tradition guides our mission, our academic standards, and the formation of our students.
BJP's student body represents 22 different countries spanning four continents. Most of our students come from Latin America and the Carribbean. Our students speak 5 languages at home: English, Spanish, Creole, American Sign Language, and Yoruba. Most first-generation students come from: Haiti, Trinidad, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Guyana.
100% of BJP households are at or below the Federal Poverty Line. 80% of BJP students qualify for free or reduced lunch from the government. Overwhelmingly, BJP's students come from complex family situations. About 69% of our students come from homes where their parents are no longer together. 14% of BJP's students could not access the internet at home via a computer.
of our students are either immigrants or first-generation Americans.
of BJP households are at or below the Federal Poverty Line.
of BJP's students could not access the internet at home via a computer.