Our Programs

  • Professionally planned goals and excellent instruction keep your student on track.

  • Staff assist students with decision making, evaluating options and choosing the best course of action for the future.

  • The curriculum includes anger management, conflict resolution, negotiation, peer relationships, personal responsibility, and more.

  • Certified speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and licensed counselors are available to assist student's in meeting IEP goals.

  • In addition to regular academic classes, Jump Start students participate in prevocational programs emphasizing career development skills.
  • The Career Express program allows secondary students to practice job skills in the community by gaining work experience and training in a variety of off-campus settings.

  • The mission of the Rising Stars Program is to provide K-12 students with Autism or Pervasive Developmental Delays a learning environment that will develop independence and success in the classroom and the community.
  • The mission of the Step Ahead program is to provide K-12 students with Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities the opportunity to become motivated, responsible and independent citizens, by teaching each student in this therapeutic program the essential life and social skills to become vital participants in our society.
  • By supplying the student's central nervous system with the appropriate environmental feedback, the student is able to order his/her environment with greater ease, thereby having a greater chance to attend to the lesson, direction, or task at hand.
  • With many different kinds of animals available, students at The ACES learn about species diversity and natural history. Our students experience empathy and compassion through the human/animal bond.
  • The FBI program provides an intervention for students in the public schools who have been suspended because of behavioral infractions. FBI is a highly structured environment in which students have limited privileges and must earn their way back to their public school classrooms based on their completion of academic work and their ability to exhibit appropriate classroom behaviors.