ASCENT is a program that pays tuition for students to take a year of college courses at a community college after their senior year. If a student plans appropriately, they can complete that 5th year of High School with as much as two years of college paid for.
Throughout high school, students can expect their counselor and advisor to help them to get to work on an Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP). In addition, students will work on course selection during advisory to help them reach their post-high school goals. School counselors are also here to help with post-secondary planning. Guidance is given to each student to help them achieve to their fullest potential whether it be college, career, or trade school.
- College Research
- Financial Aid/Scholarships
- Planning Timeline
BVSD students can earn free college credit at the same time as high school credit, giving them a head start on their college and career goals.
Middle and High School students at BVSD can take a wide array of career focused classes that empower students with the rigorous academic and technical skills needed to succeed.
Students in BVSD can graduate with the Seal of Biliteracy, giving them an advantage in college and/or career.