Spectrum Schools and Programs provide services to students ages five to 22 with a wide range of special needs, including, but not limited to:
Our teachers and professionals have specialized training and extensive experience educating students with special needs. During their day, students learn from and interact with:
To enroll your child in a Spectrum location, contact the IEP coordinator at your school district or SELPA (Special Education Local Plan Area) and ask how to be referred to a Spectrum School or Program.
For more information, please visit our enrollment page.
Spectrum operates state-certified non-public schools as well as several integrated collaborative classrooms on public school campuses that provide special education services to nearly 100 school districts. For more information, please visit our referral page.
Spectrum accepts students who are referred by a school district or SELPA. Private and direct placements from families are not accepted.
Yes. All Spectrum Schools and Programs meet ADA requirements and can accommodate students who use assisted devices and mobility aids.
Some students attend for a typical academic year. Other students may benefit from an extended school year (ESY). Spectrum can provide a schedule that is best for each student’s needs, as determined by each IEP.
Each student is placed in a classroom that best matches his or her abilities and needs. We regularly assess student progress to adjust classroom placement and schedules, when necessary.
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