School-Based Health Center

  • The Glasgow School-Based Health Center provides comprehensive medical and mental health care, treatment and health education, to promote a healthy lifestyle.  Because it's located right in school, SBHC helps teens overcome many obstacles to receiving good health care - obstacles such as lack of transportation, inconvenient appointment times, or worries about cost and confidentiality.

    The SBHC is operated by a partnership that includes Christiana Care, Christina School District, and Department of Health and Social Services, Delaware Division of Public Health. Christiana Care is rated the No. 1 Quality Leader in the region by the National Research Corporation for the past two years. 
  • Expanded Health Services Announced 

    Christina School District high schools will offer expanded health services beginning in February 2018 through the District’s partnership with Christiana Care Health Services.

    The School-Based Health Centers (SBHC) will now offer reproductive health services and HIV testing and counseling services. These services will ONLY apply to those students whose parents/guardians have given written permission for them to access them, and only to students in grades 9-12.

    For more information, please read the Parent Letter on Expanded Health Services and the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Students.
  • SBHC Works With Your Health Care Provider

    The SBHC's friendly staff work closely with your health care provider, parents and school nurse to create a health care resource you can rely on and trust. If you have not yet found a health care provider, the SBHC can help you locate one, using the free services of Christiana Care's referral service. Partnership in high school health centers throughout Delaware is just one part of Christiana Care's mission to improve the health of the people living in the community.

    Take Advantage of Your SBHC

    Enroll!  If you are under 18, ask your parent or guardian to sign a consent form and complete a registration and health history form.  Enrollment forms must be returned to the Wellness Center before any services will be provided. Your high school SBHC adheres to federal regulations governing confidentiality of care.  However, SBHCs encourage you to involve your parents or guardians in your wellness plans.  Parents and guardians are invited to call with questions or arrange to visit the Wellness Center.  Enrollment forms must be returned to the SBHC before any services will be provided.
  • Phone:  302-369-1501 

    Fax:  302-369-1503 

    Email S. McWilliams

    Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:30 am-3:00 pm


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