Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative's
mission is to build stronger communities
by helping individuals and organizations
reach their full potential.

Black Hills Special Services Cooperative

Individuals, schools, and entire communities turn to Black Hills Special Services Cooperative for help reaching their full potential. BHSSC, a public entity, is governed by a board composed of elected school board members, representing twelve South Dakota public school districts that are committed to shared services. Programs are available to non-member school districts, as well.

In addition to services for people and organizations, BHSSC stands for sound fiscal responsibility and efficiency. It does not levy taxes. Rather, it allows school districts to pool resources and put their public dollars to the best possible use, in some cases making possible valuable services not otherwise available in South Dakota. These services are delivered through five organization divisions.

The Career Learning Center of the Black Hills is excited to announce the launch of Paying for College SD, a free online video series. The easy-to-follow videos are designed to help students and their families get the best return on their college investment and avoid costly mistakes!

Thank you to Black Hills TV host Anya Mueller for narrating the series and to all the South Dakotans who provided advice for students in the series. The project is supported by a grant from the South Dakota Community Foundation.