Students with diagnosed learning disabilities may be eligible for an 80-minute block, every other day, in the resource classroom where they can receive help on assignments, work on homework, finish any tests and quizzes, and work on projects and papers with the help of any educators in the room. Qualification for this program is based on review of a neuropsychological evaluation. Students who qualify will receive a 504 plan, updated yearly.
The Middle School and High School Resource Program is different from a resource room in the public school system. Students in this program are expected to do the same curriculum, at the same pace, without any modifications. The small class sizes in the program ensures that we strive to meet the school’s mission: Everyone Prepared! Everyone Saved!
In addition to a resource block, students in the Resource Program are able to use the Testing Center for assessments. There is a per semester cost* for Resource Program services.
The Middle School and High School Testing Center Program offers students a quiet environment for assessments. Qualification for this program is based on review of a neuropsychological evaluation. Students who qualify will receive a 504 plan, updated yearly. There is a per semester cost* for Testing Center services.
*If you are interested in a Resource Program or Testing Center Scholarship, please contact the Academic Support Center.
For more information on the Resource & Testing Center Programs, please email the Academic Support Center.
How To Apply
For incoming students and transfers, please apply for admittance to the Resource & Testing Center Programs by using a standard school application. Current students can request admittance by contacting the Academic Support Center.