BEAP INFORMATION - May 21, 2019 Update

  • BEAP will continue in the 2019-2020 school year. Birchmount Park CI is not cancelling or thinking about cancelling the BEAP Program. We are looking forward to welcoming our incoming Grade 9 students in September and continuing the great tradition of athletic excellence at BPCI. 
  • The number of BEAP classes has been reduced and BEAP classes will increase in size. However - it is important to know that ALL BEAP students will continue to have BEAP classes. 
  • The Grade 9 early morning BEAP class has been moved from a before school 5th credit to a regular scheduled class in semester 2. This means that students can chose to take a 2nd BEAP class in Grade 9 as an "option".
  • Please feel free to call the school if you have any questions regarding the BEAP program. 



  • Wednesday, May 1 BPCI is hosting the Andre Hamilton Relays at Birchmount Stadium
  • Thursday, May 2 BPCI Grade 12 students will be participating in LC3's "Walk With Excellence".  This event acknowledge the hard work of graduating students with a celebration at U of T Scarborough. 
  • Friday, May 3 is Birchmount Park's VALEDICTORIAN BREAKFAST! Grade 12 students are honoured at a breakfast and then vote to select the 2019 Valedictorian. 
  • Friday, May 3 - BPCI will be celebrating the success of students who have written various Math Contests. We are celebrating with cake at lunch time.
  • Tuesday, May 14 is a PLC Late Start Schedule
  • Wednesday, May 15  is our last School Council Meeting for the 2018-2019 school year. 
  • Thursday, May 16 is our annual ARTS NIGHT. Please join us at 7 p.m.
  • Tuesday, May 28 is a Staff Meeting Late Start Schedule



We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Valedictorian is John Morias! Congratulations John!

BPCI also recognizes the outstanding Valedictorian candidates who also are exemplary BPCI graduates - Konka Paul, Megan Torrance, Justin Sinopoli. 



 May 6 - 10 2019. Lunch Activities


Monday, May 6: Mindfulness Mondasy

  • Brain Workshop - Library
  • Knitting and Homework - Rm 200

Tuesday, May 7: Taking Care Tuesday

  • Co-Ed workout - Fitness Centre
  • Stress Reduction - Rm 125
  • Wheel Meditation - Main Foyer
  • Salle de Jeux en Francaise - Rm 220
  • Guitar Jam - Rm 229

Wednesday, May 8: We Belong Wednesday

  • Female Workout - Fitness Centre
  • Wellness Walk - Leaving form the Main Doors
  • Button Making - Library Seminar Room

Thursday, May 9: Being Thankful Thursday

  • Co-Ed Workout - Fitness Centre
  • Yoga - Drama Room
  • Salle de jeux en Francaise - Rm. 220

Friday May 10: Feeling Fit Friday

  • Co-Ed Workout - Fitness Centre
  • Wellness Walk - leaving form the Main Doors
  • Button Making - Library Seminar Room




Wyatt wins Gold in Welding & Evan, Hunter, Nathan & Tristan win Silver in Homebuilding!



2019 PROM "A Starry Starry Night"

Thursday, June 6, 2019 at The Guild Inn Estates, from 5:30 - 11:00 p.m.

Tickets are $110.00.  It is preferred that students purchase tickets through SchoolCashOnline using a credit card. However - students will be able to purchase PROM tickets with cash from May 7 - 10 in the main foyer at lunch. 

PROM 2019 Letter

PROM 2019 Behaviour Contract

PROM Guest Letter and Form



1. Uber Eats - students have been ordering food deliveries to the school. We appreciate your support in advising students that:

  • The school lunch period is 11:30 - 12: 20 p.m. The expectation is that students have finished lunch and are ready for classes by 12:20 p.m.
  • Students are not permitted to eat in their classrooms.
  • The school does not assist with the delivery of food.
  • Students cannot leave class to receive food deliveries. 

2. Valuables. It is strongly recommended that students do not bring valuable items to school.  Items are easily misplaced, lost or unfortunately stolen. The school is not responsible for lost or stolen items. 

3. Smoking and Vaping is not permitted on school property. BPCI has experienced an increase of students vaping inside the school, often in the washrooms.  We ask parents and guardians to review the health, safety and legal issues connected to smoking and vaping on school property. The administration is following through with progressive discipline with students who are smoking or vaping on school property. 




Congratulations to our DD soccer team
They won silver medal in the Independent Living Tournament at Monarch Park C.I.

Soccer Team


School CashOnLine

Thank you for registering on School CashOnLine! For your information, the school accepts cash payment if that works best for you. All field trips, clothing purchases, athletics or other school related purchases will be posted on School CashOnLine.  Please see further information. July 2018 Letter School Cash Online Information  






S.T.Y.L.E. Program

  • S.T.Y.L.E. is an after-school program that combines homework help with social activities. 
  • The program runs Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after-school in the Library. 
  • Students must register for the program and have parent/guardian permission to attend.  There is no cost for the program and is a wonderful opportunity for students to connect and be successful.  

Please contact Vice-Principal Debora Ferrari for information. 

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Students of the Month!

Amy Weight
Angela Charles
Danierl Cooke
Elicia Hughes Hart
Evan Oakley
Ioanna Karamanakou
Je Tai Phillips
Khaleel Swaleh
Lauren Wong
Linda Sun
Mahinder Dessie
Michaela Stewart
Morgan Milley
Nichole Sacasas
Ramsha Jaffar
Robin Kitazono
Samantha Randell
Samshad Rahman
Shaelan King
Tayiba Rahman
Victoria Ezechiels
Zafir Reid


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School Council Meetings are held in the Library from 6:45 - 8:15 p.m. Light refreshments are served. 

Our School Council Chair is Mary-Ann Setterington.

Teachassist is an important web-based tool that allows students, parents and guardians to monitor attendance and achievement throughout the school year. Click the image to access the site.