BCHS Academic Support Program
Bishop Chatard High School is directed and dedicated to the success of each student. As part of its mission to the students, Bishop Chatard offers an academic support program to those students who qualify for an education plan.
Services address a range of student needs to enhance learning and to increase overall student success. These educational opportunities are planned and directed by our full-time Director of Academic Support.
Bishop Chatard's academic support services include:
Bishop Chatard High School Education Plan:
The preparation of an individualized Bishop Chatard High School education plan for academic accommodations and services is created from a current psycho-educational evaluation with school-based recommendations, an Individual Educational Plan/Individual Service Plan and/or a current medical diagnosis from the student's physician. Starting with the 2018-2019 school year, Bishop Chatard will offer a four year educational experience for those students working towards either an Indiana Core 40 diploma or Indiana Certificate of Completion.
Academic Resource Center (ARC):
A distraction free assessment environment for extended time exams, audio text and/or dictation for assessments, and notetaking services is available at the ARC.
Standardized assessment accommodations:
Eligibility for accommodations on state and national standardized tests is determined with proper documentation and obtained through the Academic Support office.
Temporary education plans:
Temporary medical conditions may allow for academic and student-life accommodations when requested and documented by a physician.
Contact Beth Brogan, Director of Academic Support, with questions 317-251-1451 ext. 2252 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.