BFUHS School Counseling

Upcoming Events & Important Announcements

BFUHS SENIOR FAMILIES

We are offering FINANCIAL AID FORMS NIGHT with our VSAC Counselor

Thursday, October 10th 6:00 - 7:30 PM in the Library

Join us for a free Financial Aid Forms workshop. At this informal workshop, we will assist you as you file your FAFSA and Vermont state grant application.

Please be sure to create your FSA ID a few days prior to coming to the workshop. Students and parents will each need their own ID and can sign up at https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm.

Click here for a list of the necessary information that you will need to bring with you (you may need to scroll down to view the list).


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Juniors and Seniors should check their school email regularly to

sign up for visits with college representatives who will be

visiting the school this fall.

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Bellows Falls Union HS will be open for the

following SAT testing dates:

August 24, 2019

October 5, 2019

November 2, 2019

December 7, 2019

March 14, 2020

May 2, 2020

June 6, 2020

SEE YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELOR IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR GO TO WWW.COLLEGEBOARD.ORG TO REGISTER

BFUHS MISSION:

The mission of Bellows Union High School is to provide all students with the opportunity to expand their intellectual, social and physical capabilities, to foster their emotional growth and to assist them in recognizing and achieving their fullest potential.

BFUHS BELIEFS:

The Bellows Falls Union High School is committed to the following beliefs about learns:

      • Students learn best when the school environment is safe, supportative, and cooperative
      • Students learns best when they are recognized as individuals and are fully engaged in lessons tailored to their needs, abilities, and educational goals
      • Students learn best when they become self-aware, self-motivated community members with short and long term goals.
      • Students learn best when relationships are formed between faculty, students, parents, and community, and when faculty members maintain a high degree of professionalism.
      • Students learn best when the curriculum is flexible, challenging, appropriate, creative and applicable to all aspects of life.