High Road School of Wright City2019-11-15T02:46:05+00:00

High Road School of Wright City

High Road School of Wright City is a Private Special Education Day Facility that partners with school districts to meet the needs of exceptional students. We help students who have additional behavior needs, including autism, emotional disturbance, ADHD, and other diagnoses. We aim to build confidence and competence through personalized academic and behavioral interventions, so that student can learn to enjoy school again, and return to their home school environment. We individualize our approach to help students be successful both in and out of learning environments. Our students learn how to learn and learn how to live.

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  • (P) 636.277.0950
  • 275 West Service Road North, Suite P
    Wright City, Missouri, 63390
Meet the Team

Our Students

Students are referred by their school district to attend High Road School and are generally in grades K–12 (aged 5 to 21). They face disabilities in a variety of areas, including Autism, Emotional Disturbance, Other Health Impairments, Speech and Language Disorder, Learning Disabilities, and more.

Our Staff

We are proud to employ certified special education teachers, Licensed Professional Counseling, Speech and Language Pathology, and Occupational Therapy.

At High Road, we take an individualized approach to educating students with specific eligibilities, which starts with building strong foundational skills in the areas of language, visual performance, and fine and gross motor skills. Our approach is informed by the belief that it is common to find defined splinter skills in children and adolescents with autism and SLD, as well as a large “gap” between receptive and expressive language skills—a gap that hinders social abilities and can lead to maladaptive behaviors. Consequently, the High Road School consistently works to bridge this gap by expediting acquisition of skills and increasing our students’ awareness of their surroundings. To accomplish this, we employ an academic model and BEST model of instruction whereby students move about their educational space, alternating among specific learning modalities and diversifying their settings, all of which supports faster generalization of skills. Our models and dedication to seeing student improvement set us apart.

By focusing on key areas — academics, behavior modifications, support services, and transition / life planning services — we are able to meet the individual needs of all students through these varied approaches to instruction. Through collaboration with a student’s IEP team, we are able to choose the most appropriate learning model based on a given student’s present levels of performance, social capabilities, motor coordination, and ability to learn in a group setting.

Utilizing four specific instructional rotations, students are assessed academically, gain self-regulation skills, learn with district-aligned academic curriculums, and utilize integrated technology.

Learn More About Our Academic Model

Serving students with significant autism and developmental disabilities, our model takes learned skills and practically applies them to the multiple environments in which a student would use those skills. Students spends portions of their day rotating through different modalities of instruction, the length and the frequency of each rotation is individuality designed for each learner and based on their current skills and future goals.

Each student enrolled in the model has individualized behavior programming which is driven by Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA). We aim to identify the behaviors that continue to disrupt our student’s ability to access their environment and learning. We then use the data collected from the FBA and classroom data to device strategies that get to the root function of the students disrupted behaviors.

Learn More About Our Model

We are proud to be a Charter Member of the Wright City chapter of Kiwanis International.

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