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Student Support Services

At the heart of our community lies our motto, "A Place for all to Thrive." This mantra reverberates through our core values as we strive to cultivate a nurturing educational atmosphere rooted in elevated standards. Our unwavering commitment is to cater to the unique needs of every student, ensuring their growth and success. Together, we create an inclusive learning environment that empowers each individual to flourish and reach their full potential.


Academic Support Options


Lynn Adams-Bruno
Phone:  720-561-3399
Room: 455 (Fairview Resource Center- Back Corner of the Library)
Hours of Operation: 8:00-3:55 PM
Email me to request a peer tutor.


Elevating Success: Additional Support for All Students

Counseling Support

We understand the importance of providing timely and convenient support to our students. That's why we offer  sessions where you can connect with our dedicated counselors. Whether you need guidance, advice, or simply someone to talk to, our counselors are available to assist you. To ensure minimal disruption to your class schedule, we encourage you to visit the counselor-on-duty before or after school, during off periods, or during lunch. For detailed counselor contact information and office hours, please visit the Counselors Page. We are here to support you every step of the way on your educational journey.


Mental Health Support at Fairview

FHS has a full-time Mental Health support person that students and parents can access. The Prevention/Interventionists (PI) are master’s-level or licensed professional mental health counselors employed by Mental Health Partners and contracted by BVSD ( 2023/2024 interventionists TBA) to provide in-school, free of charge mental health services aimed at resiliency building.  Prevention Intervention services include:

  • crisis intervention and short-term counseling for students

  • parent support

  • assist students/parents with referrals to other mental health community resources

  • provide mental health consultation with school staff or others about a student’s mental health

  • educational presentations to the school community

Topics that can be addressed include anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, academic stress, social/relationship stress, eating/ body image, substance/drug use, sexual orientation, gender expression, trauma, family conflict, and transitions/grief/loss. Referrals for PI services can be made by school staff, students, and parents, using the link provided below. Once the referral form is completed it will be sent directly to the PI at FHS who will respond soon after receiving the referral.  Our Prevention and Intervention Specialist this year is  TBA.

*If this is an immediate/acute need please call 911 or The Colorado State Crisis Line at: 1-844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255.

To see the Mental Health Resources on the district website, click here.


Student Support Programs