In School and Pregnant?
If you’re a student and you think you’re pregnant, you’re probably wondering if you’ll have to drop out of school. After all, is it even possible to be in school and pregnant?
Though challenging, it’s very possible to continue your education and be pregnant with the right support and resources. Talk to our team today to learn about your options and support resources so you can make this season a success.
Support For Pregnant Students
Our services are confidential and private. You don’t have to worry about us mailing paperwork to your home or dorm. We’re off campus to protect your privacy.
Your First Step
The first step you need to take is to verify your pregnancy with our free pregnancy evaluation. Here’s how:
- Receive a free and confidential pregnancy test
- If your test is positive, receive a free and confidential ultrasound
- Once your pregnancy is verified, sign up for a free medical consultation
- Schedule a free one-on-one options consultation
Know Your Rights
As a pregnant student, you have certain rights determined by the federal government. The U.S. Department of Education enforces Title IX of the Education Amendments. Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex.
Title IX protects pregnant and parenting students. You can’t be kept from classes, tests, or extracurricular activities, and your school must excuse absences due to your pregnancy or childbirth.
Directions To The Camdenton Center
- Columbia College
- State Fair Community College
- Camdenton High School
- School of the Osage
- Macks Creek High School
- Eldon High School
- Tuscumbia High School
We’re Here To Help You
Before you decide on school, schedule a free and confidential appointment by calling 573-346-3337 or texting 573-873-6705.
Your education is essential to a happy and successful future. We encourage you to stay with it and come to us for any additional help you need. We are here for you because you matter to us.
from a totally new life.