The Bi-County Collaborative (BICO) is a multi-purpose educational collaborative formed under the provisions of Mass. Gen. Laws c. 40, section 4E. Bi-County Collaborative is a public entity, governed by a Board of Directors, with each school committee appointing a representative to the Board. The Operating Committee, which acts in an advisory capacity, consists of each member district’s designated Special Education Administrator.
Bi-County Collaborative consists of nineteen (19) member school districts in Bristol, Norfolk, and Worcester counties. Member school districts are:
King Philip Regional
Bi-County’s mission is to provide high-quality educational programming, making it possible for all students to become responsible and contributing members of society. Bi-County provides specialized educational programs for students ages 3-22.
Our programs address the needs of students with Autism, Communication, Emotional, Health, Intellectual, Neurological, Physical Impairments, and Specific Learning Disabilities.
We take great pride in our specialized and personalized services for students with varying abilities and challenges. Our dedicated, skilled, and talented teaching and support staff personalize educational programming for each student to meet their unique learning, emotional and social development, therapeutic, physical and medical needs.
Please explore our website to learn more about our programs for students, professional development for educators, and contracted services.
The Bi-County Collaborative does not discriminate in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its services, programs, and activities, on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, homelessness, disability, pregnancy or pregnancy-related conditions, age, veteran or military status, ancestry, or genetic information.