98% of families agree that BART teachers care about their child

For Students


  • The Community Resources for Students and Families is a resource for families that allows BART to share notifications and information.  A listing of local outside mental-health providers and agencies supporting health and wellness, it also includes links to sites that cover topics such as grief resources, youth substance abuse, and more.
  • Diego Mongue and his father, the duo behind “Awesome Robot Science Fiction Action Comix,” joined WNYT NewsChannel 13 to talk about their three-years-running creative collaboration.  Watch it here.
  • IS183 Art School of the Berkshires is a wonderful place for serious art students like BART Charter Public School‘s Kai Nielsen.  Read more about it here.
  • Tyler E. (Class of 2015) won first place at the 2015 Region 1 Regional Science Fair for his project Diamagnetic Water Filtration. Other BART students who placed at the science fair include: Noah C. (Class of 2016) placed second, Tessa L. (Class of 2017) placed third, and Harrison T. (Class of 2018), Emily T. (Class of 2018), AJ M. (Class of 2017) and Lauren C. (Class of 2016) all received honorable mentions.
  • Jeannette L., Elizabeth L., and Caitlin M. (all members of the Class of 2015) for receiving Community Recognition Awards from the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition. All three were honored at a ceremony at Congregation Beth Israel in North Adams. Jeannette and Elizabeth were recognized for serving as Teaching Assistants in a 6th grade Collegiate Skills classroom. Elizabeth and Caitlin were recognized for coordinating a Red Cross blood drive at the school.
  • The winner of our 2014 Write the World writing competition was Jeannette L (Class of 2015).
  • Congratulations to Caitlin M. (Class of 2014) for receiving the Good Citizen Award from the Daughters of the American Revolution.
  • Congratulations to Jacob B. (Class of 2014) who received recognition from the College Board for qualification for the National Merit Program.  This means that Jacob has been identified as one of the top 3% (50,000 out of 1.5 million) students entered in the 2014 National Merit Finalists pool.
  • On March 21, 2013, BART students called into WAMC’s radio show Science Forum to ask their questions.  Click here to listen in.