Capital Academy finished up Spirit Week with Spirit Day! Students and staff played various games such as kickball, basketball, relay races, tug-o-war, and football as well as participated in various arts and craft activities and dance competitions like limbo! Learn more about our school today.
After a unit on the various parts of the eyeball, students were able to take a first hand look and dissect a cow eyeball! Learn more about our school today.
We just started the 4th quarter of the school year here at High Road School of Easton Elementary, we are in the home stretch now! To help incentive our students to remain diligent to complete work and remain safe at school, the team came up with Bring Your Friend To School Day! Any student that has been meeting their goals and completing work was allowed to bring their stuffed animal friends in from home. Each 'friend' was giving special perfume before entering that class to keep them safe from COVID. Learn more about our school today. [...]
Students in Ms. Marshall's class worked with Transition Coordinator, Mr. Caliri, to start the High Road School of Massachusett's garden. Learn more about High Road School today!
Students at High Road School of Massachusetts participated in a basketball game with staff member, Mr. Wilkie, on Thursday. Some of our older students showed our middle school students how to play the game. Learn more about High Road School today!
After one year and two months away, the High Road Program at Ferguson staff cannot to welcome students back on May 11th! Learn more about our school today.
FOX 10's Arizona Morning show and NBC's 12 News covered a spectacular prom held at Sierra Academy of Scottsdale last week. Lenora King, the school's program director, said "We're in the midst of a pandemic, and we wanted to make sure our kids still have that prom experience. She added, "It gives us joy to do it every year, and to have the girls and the boys dress up and have that experience that they typically wouldn't get at a private day school." Complete with a red carpet, balloon arch, full banquet and plenty of dancing, more than 25 students went [...]
Better Connecticut, a program on WFSB Channel 3, interviewed Gary Hunt, SESI’s Regional Vice President, New England about High Road Schools of Connecticut in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. Specialized Education Services, Inc. (SESI) operates 10 programs throughout Connecticut. Hunt says that High Road Schools, in helping students to thrive, “it’s about looking individually at every kid…our teachers have done such an amazing job of doing that.” He noted that High Road Schools have a maximum of 10 students per classroom – and oftentimes the student-to-teacher ratio is 1:5, with a teacher and a paraprofessional in each classroom. “Our schools are [...]