The Learning Support Program provides support for students who experience academic difficulty. Students are eligible to receive assistance if they have completed Ed/Psych testing and have received a DSM diagnosis from a psychologist. Please contact a Learning Support teacher to begin the process or if you have any questions.
The goals of the Learning Support Program are as follows:
- To assist the school community in identification of students needing additional educational support. These needs include mild learning disabilities, learning concerns and attention disorders.
- To assist students in developing strategies for academic success.
- To support teachers in providing appropriate and successful instruction to students who can be successful at Charlotte Catholic High School. Student Accommodation Plans may be provided for students with a current diagnosed learning concern.
- To support parents who are seeking information, support and/or services for their child who requires additional assistance.
At Charlotte Catholic we recognize that not all students learn in the same manner or at the same pace. In order to ensure that all of our students succeed, we offer special learning programs for students with enhanced academic needs.
The Options Program creates an elementary - 12th grade path for students in the MAP and Matthew Morgan programs to continue to flourish in our Catholic schools and beyond. This program provides a curriculum specifically developed to bring these two programs together and creates a “certificate” path that will allow these students to explore options on college/university campuses beyond high school.
For more information on all of our special learning programs, please visit the MACS website.