High School Academic Support

  • The High School Academic Support Program provides curricular support for students with identified learning disabilities.  Eligible students may enroll in one Academic Support period each semester.  Small class size allows the Academic Support staff to assist students with study skills and class assignments.  Students receive 0.25 credit units per semester and a Pass/Fail grade. 

    High School Academic Support Procedure:

    1. Referral may be made by Parent, Teacher, Administrator, Counselor or Student.

    2. Eligibility for Academic Support class is based on a review by the Academic Support Team of the student's past educational history, along with current testing and  supporting documentation regarding educational needs.  Parent/Guardian must provide the following documentation at time of application: Psychoeducational reports, 504, IEP, ISP.

    1. Records from the student’s previous educational institution
    2. Psychoeducational testing must be done by a qualified professional in private practice
    3. A current psychoeducational assessment must be dated within 3 years of enrollment year.  Additional testing may be requested if dated past 3 years.
    4. Current Standardized test scores
Last Modified on January 23, 2022