High Point Schools
What are High Point Schools?
The High Point Elementary and Adolescent Schools are Department of Education approved private, non-profit schools serving students K-12, ages 5 through 21, who learn best outside the traditional school setting.
Our students often experience:
- mood disorders,
- behavioral and attention difficulties,
- developmental and learning disabilities as well as other psychiatric disorders.
Why are High Point Schools Different?
The staff-to-student ratio is one teaching staff to three students. Class sizes are limited to 12.. Our 1:3 ratio means that each child's individual educational plan is thoughtfully carried out.
High Point Schools combine a comprehensive academic curriculum with evidence based positive behavior supports and a wide array of therapeutic services to promote a positive and effective learning environment.
Our team creates a safe environment for students and includes:
- licensed clinical social workers and
- crisis intervention specialists
A comprehensive clinical program including medication management, individual and group therapy, as well as speech and occupational therapy, is offered for each student based on their individual needs.
The schools also offer an extended school year program as well as multiple pre-vocational opportunities.
Get the 2016-2017 School Year Calendar here.