The Brooklyn School for Career Development is a learning community steeped in collaboration, understanding and respect. Our common interests are embedded in improving student learning and providing authentic instruction. BSCD provides instructional experiences that are tailored to students individual needs. Our driving philosophy is that all students can learn. Specialized learning environments facilitate seamless student transition into the world of work and continuing education to become active members of society. Through the implementation of academically rigorous programs, rich in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, students achieve personal, academic and vocational success. Programs are aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards to provide our students with the necessary tools to become successful 21st century learners. Through a collaborative effort, dynamic curricula created by highly trained professionals empowers students to apply there knowledge beyond the classroom.

Special Programs

  • Cosmetology
  • Technical Science
  • Culinary Arts / Cooking
  • Food Handler's Certification
  • Drivers Education
  • Auto Repair
  • Debate Team
  • Media Arts & Production
  • Graphic Art & Design Technology  
  • Basketball Team

  • Extracurricular Activities

    The BTC Academy after-school program
            The BTC Academy runs from 3:00pm to 5:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays during school days. Teachers work with students to further develop, reinforce and provide additional resources to assist in classroom instruction outside the normal school day. Current programs include:

    • Regents/RCT prep in all subject areas
    • Title III ESL program
    • Dance Class 
    • B.T.C Basketball
    • AHRC

    Our Community

    The Brooklyn Transition Center (BTC) is a learning community guided by effort, drive, determination and data. BTC is located in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Fort Greene is named after an American Revolutionary War era fort which was under the supervision of General Nathanael Greene of Rhode Island. The neighborhood is close to the Atlantic Terminal train station and has access to most major subway lines. The Atlantic Yards project to build a stadium for and relocate the New Jersey Nets (which would become the Brooklyn Nets) along with a complex of large commercial and residential high-rises on the border of Fort Greene and Prospect Heights - the "Barclays Center" is within walking distance from the school.
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