Barron Collier Cougar Community,
As we begin a new school year, I want to welcome all members of BC Nation back to Cougar Country and another great year at Barron Collier. First of all, I want to express my excitement and anticipation for the new school year in my new role serving this community as Principal of Barron Collier High School. As a 20-year employee of Collier County Public Schools and a member of the Naples community for over 27 years, I am honored to serve in this role and continue the traditions of excellence and success that are Barron Collier. My goals are simple: I pledge to help students find success and forge paths towards their goals and aspirations while building a school support network for each and every one. The faculty and staff are dedicated to supporting and stretching our students to reach their potentials and build life-long positive character traits. I look forward to working with all the stakeholders: parents, students, alumni and community in building on the excellence that is BC. My accessibility to you is important. Please feel free to contact me at any time as we build a working relationship for our students and our community. I invite you to visit Barron Collier High School and experience the traditions of excellence that make us "Cougar Nation."
Proud to be your principal,
Jon M. Bremseth
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Visiting Barron Collier High School
If you visit Barron Collier during regular school hours, it is suggested that you use the Cougar Drive entrance off of Airport Road. Campus gates to other entrances are closed during the school day. All visitors must check in through the Reception Office before being admitted. Students will have to show their student ID, and other visitors will be required to show a valid driver’s license.
Delivery of non-school related items, e.g. balloons, flowers, birthday cakes, etc., will not be accepted by the Reception Office. We will, however, attempt to get assignments and school books, delivered by parents, to their students.