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Student Support Services

Our motto, “A Place for Everyone,” resonates deep within our community as we continue to foster a learning environment that is based on high expectations, while ensuring that we meet the needs of all students.​

Student Support Centers

Opportunity Zone (O-ZONE)

The O-Zone​ is a multipurpose classroom open to students as a study hall, online class support, and test-proctoring center. The O-Zone provides the following supports periods 1-8 in room 1116. For more information, please contact Jeff Santee at j​eff.santee@bvsd.org 

  • Study hall for students needing space, structure, and support to complete their schoolwork
  • Online class support for Boulder Universal classes, Boulder Online Learning classes, and GradPoint classes
  • Tutor Match Program for connecting O-Zone students with tutors through www.boulderhightutoring.com
  • Test proctoring, which allows for students to make up tests for classes at Boulder High, including those students needing extra time.

Student Success Center

Boulder High School’s Student Success Center is a place where all students can go to receive educational support from teachers, tutors and peers.  A strong emphasis will be on teaching students the executive functioning skills needed to be successful at BHS.


Additional Support

Boulder High School Counseling Office

For additional help and support, please visit the Counseling Website, contact your assigned Counselor or stop by the Counseling Office.

Mental Health Partners: School-based Interventionists

Boulder High School works in partnership with Boulder County Mental Health to provide intervention and prevention services at school.   For more information, please visit www.mhpcolorado.org or contact one of our school-based interventionists:

  • Tracey Black, LPC - 720-561-2249; c.tblack@bvsd.org
  • Bethany Wells, LPC - 720-561-2222; bethany.wells@bvsd.org

We also have a school social worker and a school psychologist who provide confidential services for students, families, and staff.

Student Support Team (SST)

The SST is an interdisciplinary team that works with parents/guardians to support students who are struggling for a variety of reasons: academic, behavioral, medical and/or psychological. The team develops an intervention support plan and monitors the progress of the student.

 


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