Student Support ServicesHigh school, it's a time when students begin to define their independence and explore who they are and what they plan to do upon graduation. But all the while, they are dealing with academic pressures, the challenges of college admissions and financial aid applications, and entrancing into a competitive job market.During these transitional years school counselors and special education staff play a critical role in helping students making concrete and compounded decisions. Our Student Support Services staff care about the “whole learner” and are committed to providing our students (and their parent) a wide range of service that are designed to maximize student learning, while supporting both their personal and career growth.
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If you are concerned about how your child is coping, please contact their school counselor.
It is the policy of the BVT Regional School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability in its educational policies as required by Title VI, Title IX, Section 504 and Chapter 622.