Our school proudly highlights the greatest strengths of our program, like small class sizes, interactive one‐on‐one instruction, and personalized academic and behavioral interventions. Students requiring supplementary services, such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, or counseling, receive anything and everything they need here, for our overarching goal is to help them achieve success in all facets of their lives—in the classroom, at home, and in the community. We therefore expertly address every challenge we encounter, ultimately working toward optimum outcomes for each student in our care.
To that end, in addition to a rigorous academic program (in accordance with the guidelines and curriculum of the student’s home school district) and a comprehensive behavior management system, our program also offers our students the chance to participate in a such extracurricular activities as athletic teams (flag football, basketball, kickball) and a statewide Fine Arts Festival, among many others.
Through our Transition Program we build business partnerships for our students (volunteerism, job shadowing, internships and paid employment). Weekly our students participate in a Fun Friday activity that exposes us to the community. With project based learning instructional units include academic field trips that enhance their in-class learning experience. We also welcome in house guest speakers covering a variety of subjects.
When students turn 14, we begin working with them on transitioning post secondary. Each year, we work to build on both hard and soft skills that will lead to a successful post secondary education and independent living. This includes resume writing, mock interview (phone and in-person), and participating in career fairs.
Students enrolled in the High Road School’s Workforce Development Program gain skills, experience, certification and job exposure is a desired career filed. Participating students are enrolled in Prince George’s Community College, providing an introduction to higher education and college life. Students earn course credits toward their High School Diploma. Upon completion of training courses students will be provided guidance and opportunities to gain employment in their chosen field.