Every student will be eating for FREE this school year regardless of their meal eligibility. However, if you'd like to purchase a second meal or a-la-carte items, you can add funds to your student's meal account!
We encourage you to participate in prepaying your student's meal account!
By prepaying your students meal account you are promoting:
- Faster lunch lines
- More time for students to eat and enjoy their break
- Peace of mind from lost/stolen/forgotten lunch money
- View student's cafeteria purchases
- Check student balance(s)
- Securely pay for a-la-carte items or school meals
Get Started Today
- Click the link below or download the mobile app
- Create your free account and add your students by selecting their school/district name (Birmingham Community Charter High School) AND their Student ID
- View cafeteria purchases and add funds using your credit / debit card or electronic check
Cash or Check
You can make a cash or check deposit before and after school in the Cafeteria.
If you chose to send a check, please make them payable to BCCHS NUTRITION.
Please write the Student's FIRST NAME, LAST NAME, and ID NUMBER on the check.
If your check has insufficient funds, you will be expected to make a new payment in the original amount plus the bank's returned-check fee.
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