Confidence. Community. Life skills.
The Options Program offers individualized academic and life skill development for high school students with diagnosed intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Our student-centered special education program is designed to give individuals the critical foundational skills and confidence they need to live actively and independently in their community. With our experiential learning approach, students achieve a deeper knowledge through active exploration of real-world challenges.
Students enrolled in the Options Program experience inclusion and integration in the school community through full participation in school events, activities, retreats, clubs, campus ministry and athletics. To further cultivate and promote a feeling of belonging and stronger school community, students in the Options Program can enroll in general education courses with modifications to coursework specifically aligned with their capabilities and goals.
- Individualized academic skills development
- Life skills training
- Faith-based education
- Student-centered, special education curriculum
- Experiential learning
- Inclusion and integration in student life
- General education course enrollment opportunities
Because the Options Program is about life success, all students earn a “Certificate of Completion” at the end of the program.
No child should be denied his or her right to an education in faith, which in turn nurtures the soul of a nation. Pope Benedict XVI
Any student interested in the Options Program is welcome to join us for a Crusader for a Day event where they will be able to sit in on classes, enjoy lunch and connect with peers, staff and faculty. Visits will be hosted every Tuesday from April 26 through May 31. Additional dates are available upon request.
To register or learn more about the Options Program, please contact Director of Admissions Anastasia Bennett or call 425-295-3017.