Secondary Transition

All students leave school to create their adult lives. Secondary Transition describes the critical transformation our special education students need in order to achieve their adult goals. The transition process prepares students with disabilities for adult life by focusing on the specific areas of post-secondary education, employment, community participation, and independent living. Transition services are provided by the school and, when necessary, community agencies, to promote successful movement of students with disabilities from high school to adult life.  They are a part of the results-oriented process focused on improving the functional and academic needs of the student transitioning.