BPHS Counselor

Norma Clements Councilor

Norma Clements-

Guidance Counselor


Welcome to the BPHS Counseling Department!

We encourage you to visit our office and learn more about the resources we offer.

From registering your student at BPHS to discussing the best academic course load to prepare them for college,

we provide your son and/or daughter with quality personal/social, academic, and college/career support throughout their high school experience.

Counselor Events 2018-19
ACT Testing Dates


4 year plan mapping guide


2018 BPHS Scholarship Committee Scholarships

2018 Agency Selected Scholarships

National Scholarship List

Wyoming Colleges Scholarships

Local Scholarship Donation

Big Piney High School has an impressive scholarship tradition because of the generosity of our businesses and supporters like you. We invite you to continue in this tradition through financial support of our graduating class of 2018. Your help makes it possible for our students to achieve their educational goals.

In order to receive a scholarship, students will fill out the Big Piney High School scholarship application and write an essay on their future goals. Scholarships are awarded first or second semester to full time students who have maintained a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

We would like to express our sincere appreciation for your support and generosity to our students. If you would like to donate to the scholarship program of the Class of 2018 feel free to contact the counselor’s office at (307) 276-3324.

Hathaway Scholarship

Wyoming legislature set up a scholarship program in the name of former Wyoming Governor Stan Hathaway. The scholarship was established to provide students graduating from a Wyoming high school with scholarship money to attend the University of Wyoming or a Wyoming community college.

The Hathaway Scholarship Program is available for Wyoming students to pursue college in the state of Wyoming. The program consists of four levels of the merit based scholarships with their own eligibility requirements.

The colleges and universities evaluate the students high school course work, GPA and ACT scores to determine levels. The students need to meet the Hathaway Success Curriculum to be considered.


Hathaway Requirements