Oak Hill School Program Overview
Oak Hill School offers a 12-month community-based education program. The school program serves students with moderate to severe disabilities from ages 3 to 21 including autism, emotional disabilities, behavioral challenges, and students with multiple disabilities.
Each student receives a highly specialized program emphasizing skill development in the areas of: academics, daily living skills, fine and gross motor development, communication, community participation, social skills, and self-advocacy.
Secondary school students also develop transition skills, including employment, post-secondary/vocational education and training, independent living, and self-help skills within community-based jobs and instruction. Instructional methodology is data and evidence driven. Instruction is based on Common Core State Standards taught through functional meaningful activities, ensuring generalization of skills and movement towards independent learning.