• Autistic SupportAutistic support classrooms provide intensive, language enriched programming for students on the autism spectrum. Students will receive direct instruction in order to improve their individual academic, social, behavioral and communication skills.

    Program Features:
    ✔ Curriculum following PA state standards
    ✔ Positive Behavior Support
    ✔ Emphasis on improving communication skills
    ✔ Emphasis on increasing independence with activities of daily living
    ✔ ABA-based teaching techniques

  • Learning SupportLearning support classrooms provide intensive academic support for students with learning challenges. Students will receive instructional and behavioral support based on their individual needs.The primary goal of this program is to improve academic, social and behavioral skills necessary for success in a school and community setting.

    Program Features:
    ✔ Curriculum following PA state standards
    ✔ Consultation with community agencies
    ✔ Positive Behavior Support
    ✔ Mental health support
    ✔ Restorative practices

  • Multiple Disabilities SupportProgram Features:
    ✔ Curriculum following PA state standards
    ✔ Modern equipment and facilities to aid mobility
    ✔ Emphasis on adaptive techniques to promote improvement in daily activities
    ✔ Instruction in activities of daily living

  • Emotional SupportEmotional support classrooms provide intensive academic and emotional support for students who manifest behaviors that result in behavioral and academic challenges. Students will receive instructional and emotional support based on their individual needs.The primary goal of this program is to improve academic, social and behavioral skills necessary for success in a school and community setting.

    Program Features:
    ✔ Curriculum following PA state standards
    ✔ Consultation with community agencies
    ✔ Positive Behavior Support
    ✔ Mental health support
    ✔ Restorative practices

  • Life Skills SupportThe Life Skills Support program provides a continuum of services for students whose social/behavioral skills are developmentally delayed. At the lower elementary level, programs focus on self-help and readiness skills; the upper elementary level focuses on the acquisition of academic skills; the middle school level focuses on pre-vocational and practical work skills; and the high school level focuses on community-based vocational programming, independent living and recreational/leisure skills. The primary goal of this program is to develop each student's cognitive, social, behavioral and vocational potential to increase independent functioning.

    Program Features:
    ✔ Curriculum following PA state standards
    ✔ Direct instruction in functional academics
    ✔ Emphasis on the transition into adulthood
    ✔ Community-based instruction
    ✔ Pre-vocational instruction