Transition services are provided for all students age 14 and older, or younger if requested. A variety of activities and programs are offered based on the needs and goals of each student. A community based vocational program is in place for students in Life Skills, Learning Support, Alternative Education, Emotional Support, and Autism Support programs. Career and College Preparatory classes are available to students through district-agency partnerships. In addition, a Work Experience program is an option for students who are competitively employed, or who wish to participate in a career-focused internship.
All students have the opportunity to meet with the Transition Coordinator to complete Transition assessments, research career and job paths, investigate college majors and campuses, and/or engage in career-based counseling. Participation in career focused field trips, career fairs, and meetings with college representatives is also facilitated by the transition coordinator. The transition coordinator, as well as IEP case managers, is available to assist parents and students with any transition needs throughout the high school career of the student.