Emotional & Learning Support Program
The Emotional/Learning Support Program offers a strong curriculum based on the current Common Core and Pennsylvania Department of Education State Standards. Through the combined efforts of academic instruction and counseling support services, students can improve academic success, develop positive coping and leadership skills, gain positive socialization and interpersonal skills, and reduce behavioral health symptoms.
Our dedicated and certified staff is trained to help youths struggling with a variety of emotional and behavioral issues. Students have daily interaction with certified teachers, instructional assistants, master’s level certified school counselors, behavior managers, board certified behavior analysts and ancillary professionals.
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUMS
Middle school curriculum and supporting activities are designed to help students enter their teen years with success and confidence. The required curriculum includes courses in social studies, language arts, science, mathematics, physical education and health.
Courses available in high school include vocational training, college preparatory, fine and practical art and physical education. A special curriculum is provided for academically gifted students and students needing special education services. Students also receive lessons on character education and drug-abuse resistance skills.
Full special education services are available for students with disabilities. Students may also choose to enroll in a learning lab, providing a structured study environment.
Elective courses are available in several areas, including:
- English/Language Arts
- Social Studies
- Family and consumer sciences
- Physical education
- Work study programs
- Physical education and health
- Internship work programs
- Band, orchestra and choir