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


  • “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

BVP parent


  • “The opportunity to choose where my son goes to school gave me the ability to seek out a program that fit my son's educational needs and I am grateful for it.”

    Krystal Vasquez, Parent

BVP scholar


  • “Being in a school that makes a point of being intentionally diverse let’s me experience an important facet of the real world now, before it’s time for me to be entirely on my own.”

    Daniella Magana, College Class of 2023
  • “At BVP, we learn to work together across lines of difference and I really believe that’s a priority when preparing for college and our careers.”

    Charlotte Geoghegan, College Class of 2023

Sarah Anderson Named CEO and Superintendent of BVP

With incredible enthusiasm, Blackstone Valley Prep is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Anderson as Chief Executive Officer and Superintendent, effective October 2, 2022. Sarah joined BVP in 2015, served as Chief Academic Officer [...]

CEO Succession: A Letter to the BVP Community

June 30, 2022 Dear BVP Families, Partners, and Stakeholders, Just as Blackstone Valley Prep’s founding kindergarten scholars graduated from high school this spring, I, too, plan to “graduate” from BVP. Last evening I met with BVP’s Board of [...]

ES3 Thespians Perform The Lion King KIDS

“It was one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had.” – Elementary School 3 Fourth Grade Scholar   Elementary School 3 is buzzing after the ES3 Thespian’s long-awaited production of The Lion King KIDS took to the stage [...]

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 [...]

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.