This school year (2017-2018) the Academy will have four classrooms with students of transition age, and will be structured as follows:
For students who have academic abilities but who also have functional living skills as a priority. Students here could transition into an academic or vocational classroom.
For students who expect to go to college upon graduation. They will earn either a general high school diploma which mirrors the requirements for admission into a community college or a honors high school diploma which meets the admission requirements for major universities.
For students who are more severely impacted by symptoms of autism. The classroom is geared toward teaching skills that allow for maximum independence in living environments and for building the capacity for assisted employment post graduation. Students who meet the requirements will earn a graduation certificate.
Students here have chosen to focus on employment post high school graduation, and will participate in off-site internships and work, as well as continue with their academic coursework. They will earn a vocational diploma, which is a special education high school diploma or a general diploma which provides them with the credits required to attend a community college.