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For some high school students with disabilities, preparing for life after graduation is critical. A happy and successful future means meeting new challenges, including employment, independent living and adjusting to new people and expectations. With the right guidance, these students not only transition smoothly, they flourish—and very often achieve their dreams.
UDS Transition School helps high school students with a range of disabilities prepare for the future. We teach life skills that enable them to live more independently, better informed and with greater confidence in their abilities. The knowledge gained at the Transition School empowers these young adults to find competitive employment and become contributing members of the community.
In a small group setting, students learn a wide variety of usable skills. The supportive environment enables them to discuss personal challenges and make social connections. One-on-one attention gives instructors the opportunity to concentrate on a student’s areas of specific need. Students attend classes one day a week during the school year and receive school credit for their participation. Our instructors coordinate with public school teachers to provide support for each student’s future plans and personal goals.
The UDS Transition School is designed for high school juniors and seniors. Student selection is based on public school recommendations, as well as the student’s individual goals, interests and ability to interact productively within a group structure. Enrollment is at no cost to the student, based upon assessment of the student’s scholarship qualifications.
While the specific classes offered may vary, here is a sampling of classes taught:
The UDS Transition School is solely funded through the generosity of businesses who participate with the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC).