學分認可計劃 Credit Recognition Program

BCS and several school districts in the area have set up a joint Credit Recognition Program (CRP) that allows the school districts to grant Chinese Language credits to middle school and high school students (7th – 12th grade) in attendance in both the school district and BCS.
In 1988, Mr. C.C. Huang, then Principal saw the need for our curriculum to be recognized by the school districts. Professor Fook Wong, then Vice Principal was tasked with the credit recognition program. He started by organizing the curriculum with Instructions departments. Following the guidelines of the Department of Education, the curriculum was organized and submitted to the San Jose Eastside Union High School District for credit recognition.
After nine months of negotiation and meetings, the East School Union High School District began to realize the importance of our curriculum to the community. Lois Freeman, member of the San Jose Eastside High School District was instrumental in bringing our curriculum to be recognized. She presented our curriculum at the Santa Clara County Department of Education meeting. She introduced the Chinese school program to the council members and began to raise the awareness of the local community of our existence.
The city of East San Jose, Fremont, Milpitas, and Berryessa were among the first to recognize our curriculum. City of Pleasanton and Palo Alto have also joined the list. BCS is still one of the few Chinese schools in the nation to have curriculum recognized by the most school districts.
For more information, please contact our CRP Team at crp@bcs-usa.org.
General information for petition for language credits
General Language Credit Application Form