top of page


How do students receive support and services?

Referrals to the program come primarily from school administrators, teachers, guidance counselors, and school affiliated social workers. Other sources of referral to the program may include mental health counseling agencies, Department of Social Services, Court Intake Officials, Medical Practitioners, the Department of Juvenile Justice, etc. Counseling services are potentially covered by Medicaid for Medicaid members, based on eligibility. Counseling services may also be covered through private healthcare insurances and local school agencies that may place student as an interim academic placement for related support and services. The local educational agencies will also cover the expenses for the educational support and services through CSA funding.


Individuals shall meet at least two of the following:

  • Have difficulty in establishing or maintaining normal interpersonal relationships to such a degree that they are at risk of hospitalization or out-of-home placement because of conflicts.

  • Exhibit such inappropriate behavior that documented, repeated interventions by mental health, social services or judicial system is or has been necessary.

  • Exhibit difficulty in cognitive ability such that they are unable to recognize personal danger or recognize significantly inappropriate social behavior.

  • Be in transition from DJJ to their regular academic setting as an interim academic setting.

  • Be placed as a part of a divergent program to avoid court action and or incarceration.

  • Must have been expelled/suspended from their current academic placement.

  • School district or referring agency deem the academic setting would best serve the needs of the student.

  • Student has an Individualized Educational Program (IEP) or 504 Plan.

  • Student has missed or been out of school for 15 or more days.

  • At-risk for dropout.

Are you ready to give your child a new challenging educational experience?  Are you ready to tap into one of the best alternate solutions to addressing your child's academic needs? We are prepared to help your child take their learning to the next level and put them on the path of academic success.  Getting started is easy!  Simply, click on the link below to start the admission process.


If you have any questions during the application process, please contact our Admissions Office at or visit our Frequently Asked Questions.


Do You Want to Learn More About How We Impact Our Students and Their Families?

Complete our form and a Director of Admissions and Outreach Representative will contact you to learn more about your families' needs.

Thanks for submitting!

bottom of page