- Pre – and post – testing for developmental and educational levels.
- Highly structured environment.
- High School Curriculum designed to award credits in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, limited electives, and Health and Physical education, to earn a standard, modified standard, or special diploma
- Life skills curriculum for developmentally delayed students, including community based instruction.
- Low student/teacher ratio.
- Individualized instruction and small group instruction.
- Speech and language therapy when needed.
Recreational Therapy Program
- Positive level/point system, with written summary provided to parents daily.
- Individualized behavioral interventions/contingency contracting.
- Social skills instruction stressing effective communication, problem-solving, and anger-management skills.
- Psychological consultation as needed
- Individual counseling, as needed.
- Crisis management and assessment as needed.
- Community-based instruction providing opportunities for skill generalization in a variety of settings.
- A variety of recreational and educational experiences focusing on the development of life skills including problem-solving, positive social skills, communication and cooperation within a team.
- Leisure Education
- Daily summary of student progress
- Frequent contact and interaction between school and home.
- Parent participation in the school environment for observation, training, and practice in the instruction of their child.
- Information about additional support groups in the community.
- Collaboration with participating school divisions.
- Follow-up for students who have transitioned back to their home school division.
- Staff development.
- Coordination and Collaboration with community agencies.