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The Office of Accessibility Resources and Services (OARS) strives to partner well with students, parents, faculty, and staff. While the accommodations process is student-driven, students are welcome to invite their parents (or other supportive individuals) to participate in meetings.

Communication and Confidentiality

In partnership with other departments on campus, OARS strives to foster independence in students while following privacy laws. The responsibility for communication is on the student, and OARS staff do not initiate communication with parents.

High School vs. Bethel

How do accommodations at Bethel differ from High School 504 Plans or IEPS?

Academic Support

A variety of academic supports are available to all Bethel students through the Academic Enrichment and Support Center (AESC), including study skill resources.