Giving Each Student a Chance to Succeed
For over forty years, Catapult Learning has provided specialized education programming for students who have not found success in the traditional classroom due to a variety of intensive special needs. We believe that all children deserve an education that goes beyond academics and enables them to grow into responsible, self-sufficient adults.
In our AdvancED Accredited schools and classrooms, our certified teachers and staff provide individualized academic and behavioral interventions with an innovative learning approach, individualized attention, and all the necessary support services students need to overcome barriers to education.
Our flexible educational models, coupled with behavioral and life skills programming allow us to fully accommodate students with all forms of learning challenges. Through the use of various academic and behavioral assessments we are able to properly identify unique learning challenges and create effective, multifaceted and individualized education plans for our students. The goal of all plans is to ultimately improve the learning, living and life potential for our students of all ages.
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Making an Impact in the Classroom and Beyond
Phone Calls – Parent Peace of Mind
When our students first come to us, one thing their parents have in common is a fear of the phone ringing. At our schools and in our classrooms, our goal is to improve the lives of our students and provide their parents with peace of mind.
Brandywine’s In-District Classroom
In Delaware, Brandywine School District recognized that they needed help serving students with behavioral and academic issues. Hear from the principal as well as other general education teacher’s about the impact of our In-District Classroom on the entire school community.
A Personalized Goal for Nari
Nari’s mom had one goal for her daughter: to find an educational environment that aligned with her own girls for her daughter. Hear about Nari’s success at the High Road Program of Philadelphia and why the relationship she has built with the staff.
A Father-Son Relationship
When Walter first arrived at our program, his communication consistent of a just a few words. His family was not able to go out in the community due to fear of Walter running off or acting out. Now, accordingly to Walter’s father Scott, he has what he’s always hoped for: a true father-son relationship