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The Day Program at Lehigh Learning Academy consists of a College Prep track, a Learning Intensive track, a Vocational track and a Counseling Intensive Program. Hours are from 8:00 AM to 2:15 PM daily. IEP tracking, modification, support and development is provided as requested.
  • The College Prep Track fully challenges the motivated student who has clear designs on pursuing a college education while still meeting any special needs that s/he might have. Emphasis in this track is placed on academics, especially on study skills and content areas, (with adaptations and modifications as needed) with a slightly diminished focus on social skills development.

  • The Learning Intensive Program is intended for the student with learning disabilities, and/or for those students whose social and emotional issues have caused them to miss significant time in school and are therefore behind in some or all areas and have to catch up in order to master the work necessary to qualify for a high school diploma. There is a lower student to teacher ratio in order to provide the student with a more intense learning setting and atmosphere.

  • The Pre-Vocational Track is for the student who plans to enter the workforce immediately after graduation, or who intends to pursue advanced technical training. Ideal for kinesthetic learners, the Pre-Vocational program provides hands-on training in both the hospitality and construction fields where students learn the basics of plumbing, masonry, carpentry, and building maintenance as well as short order cooking, scratch cooking, garde man'ger, serving and bussing. Work release and job placement are available as needed.

  • The Counseling Intensive Program is for students whose socially and emotionally charged behavior issues preclude them from being ready to function adequately in a purely academic setting. Here students with learning disabilities like: Attention Deficit (hyper-active) Disorder, Mood Swing Disorders, Anxiety Disorder, Panic Attacks, Oppositional/Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Psychosis, Anti-social Personality Disorder, Perceptual Impairments, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, and Chemical Addictions to name a few can enjoy expanded parameters for acceptable behavior, diverse outlets for high levels of energy and distractibility, and increased support from highly trained, multi-faceted and diverse staff whose goal is to gently titrate the student towards the direction of more acceptable mainstream behavior while learning how better to manage their behavior issues and challenges while building self-esteem. Here the highest focus is on the development of personal skills, self-discipline and to a lesser extent academic skills. It also serves to support the students from the more academic tracks with periodic need for intensive counseling as dictated by the situational and environmental stressors in their lives, or Psychiatric, Psychological, and physical/medical needs as they arise.