Academy Chronicle

Where Did Our Library Go?

Lariana Cline

November 1, 2018


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Throughout my years in middle school, I spent most of my free time hidden within the pages of the newest young adult novel. Back then, I had a lot of free time. My middle school library became my sanctuary. This being said, you might imagine my disappointment when I realized Bergen County Academ...

Science Meets Art: An Interview With Dan Hu

Science Meets Art: An Interview With Dan Hu

Hannah Noh, School News Editor

October 29, 2018


Filed under Arts, Features, School

The Academy Chronicle recently sat down with AAST junior Dan Hu to discuss his involvement in both the sciences and the humanities, in hopes of obtaining a general understanding of what this double-interest may be like for some BCA students.   AC: I understand that you’re a BCA student ...

Senior Internship Interview: Vivian Jou

Elizabeth Lee

May 30, 2018


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Vivian Jou, an ABF (Academy for Business and Finance) senior at Bergen County Academies, currently interns at the commercial lending department at Columbia Bank Headquarters in Fair Lawn. Academy Chronicle: Why and how did you choose to do this internship? Vivian:  I was introduced to the Columbia...

Senior Internship Interview: David Ni

Elizabeth Lee

May 30, 2018


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David Ni is an ABF (Academy for Business and Finance) senior at Bergen County Academies. He currently interns at Wrightson ICAP, an economics research firm in Jersey City, New Jersey.   Academy Chronicle: Why did you choose to do this internship? David: Well, by junior year, I knew I w...

Happiness With Academy Choice

Happiness With Academy Choice

Jamie Yun Lee and Ashley Kim

May 29, 2018


Filed under Opinion, School

When we were 8th graders applying to BCA, we all had, at one point, stared at this school's list of academies on our computer screens. Some of us knew which academy to apply to immediately, some were indecisive until the last minute, and still others fell somewhere in between. No matter where on tha...

Heritage Night!

Heritage Night!

Hannah Noh, School News Editor

May 23, 2018


Filed under Arts, School

The warm stage lights dim as the seated audience ― filled with familiar smiling faces of parents, relatives, and friends ― clap and cheer for the first act of the night to commence. This year on June 8, BCA’s first ever Heritage Night will take place in the THARTS facility, where students ...

Print Week at BCA

Elana Lane

May 11, 2018


Filed under Features, School

Bergen County Academies students reflect on the annual Print Week celebration held at their school. Print Week at the Bergen County Academies is perhaps the most anticipated event of the year for students in the Academy for Visual Arts. Print Week serves as an event for Visual Arts students to come tog...

Safety and Security at BCA Takes the Forefront of Conversation after Parkland Shooting

Elana Lane, Writer

May 11, 2018


Filed under School

Education has been described as the “great equalizer” of American citizens countless times in history. Students across the country– and around the world, for that matter– receive schooling to prepare them for living in the adult world. One thing unique to schooling in recent years, though, is a m...

BCA’s Very Own Shakespeare in the Park!

BCA’s Very Own Shakespeare in the Park!

Casey Beidel

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts, Features, School

This Friday, May 11th, BCA is bringing a classic Shakespeare play to you! At 7 PM, you can come support student-run theatre outside the checkerboard. Even though Shakespeare wrote one of his most renowned masterpieces, Twelfth Night, over four hundred years ago, it is still performed today, often with ...

BCA College Fair – Review

Anaiah Thomas, Writer

May 1, 2018


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Masses of students gathered for the BCA College Expo on the afternoons of April 16th and 17th. The event was specifically targeted towards Academy sophomores and juniors, who need to make decisions about their college education in the next one to two years. The goal of the College Expo was to force ...

SUCCESS: The Hopeful Seven-Letter Word

SUCCESS: The Hopeful Seven-Letter Word

Hannah Noh, School News Editor

April 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion, School

What does the word "success" mean to students here at BCA?

Meet the Principal: Mr. Davis

Meet the Principal: Mr. Davis

Krishi Desai

April 11, 2018


Filed under School

Meet the Principal: Mr. Davis             The Academy Chronicle recently sat down for an interview with Mr. Russell Davis, the principal of almost 10 years at Bergen County Academies. This interview allowed the Chronicle to learn more about Mr. Davis’ life experiences and his career as an ...

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