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Welcome to the Student Services 10-12 Department


Our Goal:

It is our mission to meet all students’ academic, career, and emotional concerns. Counselors will assist students by providing direct and indirect services to promote and enhance the school community.

Director of Student Support: Evan Tingley ext. 6038
Director of Counseling: Kate Lippoldt ext. 6031

2020-2021 Student Support Teams

Administrative Assistants Extensions:

Linda Longtin ext. 6023

Katie Schneider ext. 6040


All BBCHS counselors are certified educators with a minimum of a master’s degree in School Counseling. This degree makes school counselors uniquely qualified to address all students’ academic, personal-social, and career development needs.  

School counselors: 

  • Promote equity and access to rigorous educational experiences for all students
  • Support a safe learning environment
  • Work to safeguard the human rights of all members of our school community
  • Address the needs of all students through intervention programs
  • Collaborate with other individuals and organizations to promote all students academic, career and personal-social development.
Parent and Student Resources: 




PARCHMENT - Transcript Requests

STUDENT STATEMENT FORM/INCIDENT REPORT -  students must be logged into Google Docs to complete the form.


Additional Resources: 


  • Virtual Job Shadow - Complete career interest inventories, explore career clusters, research occupations, and find aligned higher education programs. Login with your BBCHS Google account.
  • College Board - PSAT, SAT, and AP information.
  • ACT - Find and register for ACT tests. Useful college planning resources.
  • Big Future - College Board’s college and career planning site, including resources for financing college.
  • WorkKankakee.org - Local resource for career development and job seekers.
  • Illinois Career Information System - Learn about occupations, find educational and training programs, and link to job resources.
  • Illinois College2Career - Browser-based mobile app that helps students match career interests with college and university programs.
  • FAFSA - Free Application for Financial Student Aid - Apply as soon as possible after Oct. 1st. Awards are made until funds are depleted.



Intending to continue athletics in college? Be sure to register with the NCAA and/or NAIA. If you need a fee waiver, create an account and speak with your counselor.