The Multiply Disabled Program is designed for high school students and young adults up to age 21 with an IEP. Students are offered academic and social programming that provides opportunities for work readiness skill development. Students participate in community outings on a weekly basis to reinforce critical skills learned in the classroom in a relevant setting to their post-secondary goals. Students may also work part-time in a school-based setting in order to apply the skills they learn, including employability skills. Students in this program are pursuing a CDOS or SACC credential.