Building productive members of society one student at a time.
In collaboration with community resources, we will provide support for
responsible decision making and on-time graduation.
Students with behavioral difficulties can learn and make positive contribution to school and the community. New Directions, a small setting by design for 30-35 students, is based on the idea that students can thrive in an individualized academic program made to fit students. We are committed to providing the academic, behavioral, and family support that allows students to progress, families to work together toward success, and students to become contributing members of society. We have high expectations for the behavior and attitude of our students, and we believe they can meet, if not exceed, these expectations.
New Directions is designed to provide an opportunity for academic, behavioral and personal success for all participants.