Our mission: To prepare every scholar for success in college and the world beyond.
Our mission: To prepare every scholar for success in college and the world beyond.

BVP staff

Testimonial

  • "BVP is more than a school network. BVP is a diverse community where everyone believes in being a champion for all scholars and striving for excellence!"

    Andrea Blair, Math Department Chair

BVP parent

Testimonial

  • “A BVP scholar is what every child is: dynamic, unique, and special in every way. Any child could be a BVP scholar because BVP serves all children.”

    Lina Mejia, Parent

BVP scholar

Testimonial

  • “Understanding the needs of socioeconomic diversity I think prepares us to grow into better citizens.”
    Charlotte Geoghegan, College Class of 2023
  • “When we say we’re preparing our scholars for the world beyond, we mean it and more so; we mean it for all scholars.”
    Ronald Vincent, Special Populations Associate

The safety of our scholars, staff, and families remains our highest priority.

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  • RT @chiachess : Horrifying and devastating. I am so saddened by this news. Terrifying and awful on so many levels. 4 days ago

Alumni Spotlight: Melannie Munera-Goez

My name is Melannie Munera-Goez, and I graduated from Blackstone Valley Prep High School in 2018–the first class to graduate from the school. This past December, I completed my undergraduate coursework at the University of Rhode Island with a [...]

Josh Falk: Women in Higher Education

By: Josh Falk (The following draws heavily from this informative article, A History of Women in Higher Education, by Dr. Genevieve Carlton. Please read the full article for even more (sometimes shocking) information.) As you know, a core part of [...]

Trey LaSane: Free-doom?

BVP is always looking to feature teacher and staff voices on our blog. We invite them to contribute a short piece on a topic that’s meaningful to them. Today’s post comes from Trey LaSane, a mathematics teacher at our high school. [...]

our values

  • P Perseverance means we work as long and as hard as it takes to be successful.
  • R Our community is built on a mutual respect for all opinions and views.
  • I Having integrity means being truthful and accountable for ourselves, always.
  • D We understand that discipline is the key to success as we strive for high expectations.
  • E When you work hard, it is essential to show enthusiasm and find joy in your work.
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