Learn about our program
An instructor from the county comes to our location and delivers the educational component of a student’s curriculum. Depending on a student’s course load they receive 4-10 hours of one-on-one instruction with a certified teacher. The teacher receives school work from the student’s home school, helps facilitate the content and delivers it back for grading.
Through a partnership with local colleges our students are able to receive help with their school work from tutors in individual departments. We are able to find appropriate tutors to help with core subjects as well as electives.
If you have questions about specific electives please contact us and we will do our best to find an appropriate tutor.
Because we run on a flexible schedule we are able to give students adequate time to study for quizzes, tests, and work on projects assigned to them, with a tutor or individually.
If a student needs additional time to achieve academic success our staff and tutors are available to them.
Our staff serve as a recovery coach for each of our students. Coaches meet with students on a daily basis and help develop short term, mid term and long term goals. They serve as role models and advisors to navigate life throughout the school year. Coaches help connect students to resources in the community to help them achieve their goals.
Are our children prepared for the future? Our recovery curriculum focuses on a daily cooking lesson to expand our student’s repertoire of culinary knowledge. Lessons in coping skills help our students deal with anxiety, depression, and life on life’s terms in a healthy way. Lessons on how to do laundry and how to iron are also implemented. These may seem like small things but
We run meditations, feelings checks, and groups on recovery topics throughout the day, allowing our students the opportunity to share the good and the bad about their day as it progresses. Recovery groups give our staff instant feedback about how we can adapt to better serve each of our students.