Serving students, districts and families in Illinois
Our Schools & Classrooms Across the State
Accepting students from school districts at our standalone schools across the state.
- Excel Academy of Englewood
- Excel Academy of Roseland
- Excel Academy of South Shore
- Excel Academy of Southwest
High Road School of Belvidere
Garden Prairie, IL
- High Road School of Bloomington
- High Road School of Hoffman Estates
Hoffman Estates, IL
- High Road School of Mount Prospect
Mount Prospect, IL
- High Road School of Naperville
- High Road School of Peoria
- High Road School of the Quad Cities
- High Road School of the South Suburbs
Custer Park, IL
- Safe Achieve Academy of Chicago
Serving students in their home school, through partnership with their district.
A Peek Inside Our Schools & Classrooms
An Individualized Approach
At our schools and classrooms across the state, our certified teachers and staff provide individualized academic and behavioral interventions for students who have not found success in the traditional classroom due to a variety of intensive special needs, behavioral issues, or coexisting disabilities. Our students come to us with a variety of special education classifications, including, but not limited to:
Service Models and Solutions
We serve students from schools districts and charter schools across the state both in our schools or in a separate district run facility. Regardless of location, the proprietary methodology we implement in all locations fulfills all student IEP requirements, creates customized academic and behavior modification plans, provides vocational and transitional services, and delivers related services.
Transition Planning for Life Beyond School
Transition Services are an important component of our program. We recognize the need to equip our high school students with skills they will require to reach their post-graduation goals. We understand that some students do not know what career they would like to pursue. Here at High Road, we try to help them find suitable paths and pique their interests by exposing them to as many fields, industries, and opportunities that we can. Students complete a variety of career interest inventories and profile sheets, go on community field trips to local area businesses, and research all sorts of professions.