Our mission: To prepare every scholar for success in college and the world beyond.
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Invest in a scholar's future.
Our schools get results.

BVP staff

Testimonial

  • “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

Testimonial

  • “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

Testimonial

  • “Experiencing the socioeconomic diversity of Blackstone Valley through BVP has taught me to be empathetic to the situations of others.”

    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.

  • RT @PhysEdLaskowski : Cross Country Class Championship Sat, 10/30 Rain or Shine... most likely rain Ponaganset HS 10:00am No tickets wil… 1 month ago
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A Conversation with BVP’s Teacher of the Year

Last June, Blackstone Valley Prep named Junior High School (JHS) English teacher Brianna Dodd its 2020-2021 Network Teacher of the Year. Ms. Dodd, a University of Rhode Island graduate in her seventh year at BVP, also serves as the [...]

Congratulations to BVP Scholar Andres Puerta!

Congratulations are in order for Blackstone Valley Prep (BVP) Upper Elementary School (UES) scholar Andres Puerta! Andres is the recipient of a $1,000 college scholarship from the Carson Scholars Fund, a program that awards college scholarships [...]

College Diversity and the Importance of HBCUs

By David Jose, Dean of College and Careers College enrollment, across all races and ethnic groups, has increased almost exponentially in the last 40 years. Since the 1980s, the percentage of underrepresented minority students has more than [...]

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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