Student Services

Our Student Services support students age 18-22 as they transition to adulthood, while encouraging growth and preparation for living as independently as possible. 


We work diligently to prepare students for their life after school, with a full schedule concentrating on adult living skills, social skills, healthy living, and employability.




We serve individuals living with any challenge, including:


  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Anxiety

  • Intellectual Disabilities

  • Learning Challenges



  • Evaluation of work readiness, aptitude/interest, and future employment goals and support needs

  • Vocational skills training

  • Public transportation training

  • Daily living skills training, such as cooking, budgeting and community safety

  • Social skills training and groups

  • Self-regulation strategy training 



  • Attendance 5 days a week

  • School year schedule (September-June) with summer session option

  • Evaluation of skills and support needs during first 45 days of attendance

  • Schedule and goals based on student needs

  • Goals and objectives identified and support plan put in place with school, family, and student input

  • Maximum staff to student ratio of 1:5