The ILRP program is a highly structured program for students who require a high level of support in the school setting. There is a low teacher to student ratio as well as many therapeutic supports in the classroom. Each classroom has a certified Learning Behavior Specialist (LBS I) as well as an instructional assistant. Social work and counseling services are provided as part of this program. Other related services are utilized as well depending on the individual student’s needs. This program addresses functional academic skills and knowledge along with the following skill areas; home and family, leisure pursuits, personal responsibility & relationships, physical & emotional health, community involvement, and employment and adult learning. There is a strong community involvement involved with this program where students take community outings or field trips once a month. Some students may remain enrolled beyond the traditional four years of high school for transition services.
- ILRP Vocational Skills
- Social Studies
- Adapted Physical Education
- Advisory (ILRP)
- ILRP On-The-Job Training (OJT)