Classes provide for students with severe behavior management needs that are defined as highly intensive, frequent and which result in aggressive, self-abusive or withdrawn behavior patterns that adversely affect educational performance. Students that attend the 6:1:1 high school classes at Campus have the ability to obtain high school credits (awarded by their home school) in the following areas: Art, English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12, Foreign Language (ASL), Health, Math – Foundations of Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, JET Math, Physical Education, Science - General Science, Earth Science, Living Environment, and Social Studies - Global Studies 9, Global Studies 10, U.S. History 11, Economics, Participation In Government. 6:1:1 SED classes are presently located at the CiTi Campus and Maroun Elementary School.
The goal of the 6:1:1 program is to foster the development of independence in social, emotional, behavioral, academic, and vocational skills. We provide an integrated service delivery to address each child’s unique educational, social, emotional, vocational, and developmental needs.
We believe that children can realize their potential given an environment that is supportive, developmentally appropriate, and geared toward specific individual needs.
Vocational education is often an integral part of program for high school students. On-site (Campus) and community-based opportunities are available.