Special Services

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  1. Achieve
  2. Alliance
  3. Career Exploration

Achieve is an academic and emotional support program for students in grades 9 to 12 who have been, or are at risk of, underperforming academically, or would benefit from additional structure and support during their school day.

Students take part in all core academics, including the opportunity to attend mainstream classes, and enroll in college courses through the Dual Enrollment Program. Additional academic and emotional supports are available throughout the day, including twice-daily school meetings.

The goal is to improve academic performance and social well-being by addressing the individual needs of students through support, intervention, and feedback from staff and peers.

  1. COAST
  2. Compass
  3. Language Enrichment

Communication, Organization & Academic Support Training (COAST) is a program for students in grades 9 to 12 who generally exhibit social anxiety, organizational challenges and learning issues associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

Students generally experience difficulty with interpersonal and pragmatic communication with peers and within the community. COASTis an extension of the Learning Center and a fully mainstreamed program with additional social and emotional supports. The program has one block of:

  • Adaptive physical education
  • Life skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Social pragmatics

The goal of COAST is to provide students with the opportunity to remain in their mainstream classes and:

  • Develop social thinking skills and pragmatic language skills
  • Participate in adaptive physical education (if needed)
  • Improve community inclusion strategies
  • Enhance organizational skills
  1. Learning Center
  2. PMI
  3. Project PROVE

Learning Center is an academic support for mainstream students in grades 9 to 12 who are on an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or have an active 504 plan. 

The goal of Learning Center is to address the students’ needs as outlined in their IEP and provide support to mainstream teachers as they accommodate these needs.

  2. WAVE
  3. Home Instruction & Tutoring

STRIVES is a support program for students in grades 9 to 12 who are classified under the disability of ASD. Students take part in all core academics and have the opportunity for vocational training when appropriate. Inclusion opportunities are based upon the student’s areas of strength and need.

STRIVES includes a social skills component to enhance social awareness.