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The Student Success Center (SSC) is a place for BMC students to reach their individual goals in their High School education environment by ensuring equal access and skills-based coaching and tutoring.

The Student Success Center is a place where students will be provided with learning opportunities through directed-learning activities and study groups, workshops, and tutoring to prepare and empower them for rigorous college-level coursework and to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of life.

Our Student Success team collaborates with faculty and staff across campus to create resources designed to help all students achieve their goals.

If you have questions, please email our Director of Student Success, Mary Pryor, at


Our Mission

Bishop Moore Student Success Program is guided by our Catholic values, promoting academic success by empowering students to achieve their goals through a collaborative environment, personal responsibility, and individual accountability. 

Student Success Team

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    Mary Pryor

    Director of Student Success
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    Theresa DePrinzio

    Student Success Coach
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    Armani Garrick

    Student Success Coach

Student Success Services

The Student Success Center is open from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM each day except Wednesday.


Student Success Coaching

Success Coaching sessions are divided into six areas. While any academic topic can be discussed in a session, some of the main areas of interest are:

  • Goal Setting
  • Time Management
  • Communication Skills
  • Persistence Advocacy
  • Study Practice Skills
  • Test Taking Skills

Success Athletic Tutoring

  • Teacher/Peer tutoring available for our student-athletes.
  • Peer tutoring available for all students.
  • Educate student/parents on NCAA/NAIA compliance/eligibility requirements.

Success Mentoring

  • Advocates advance student persistence through initiatives targeted at retention.
  • Addresses issues of attendance, behavioral objectives, and progression to graduation.