Jr. & Sr. High Openings for In-Person Classes
New Horizons Academy is still accepting students in its junior high and high school classes for both our Wauseon and Toledo, Ohio campuses. NHA is proud of its college-prep coursework, has developed a strong partnership with Northwest State Community College for dual-credit College Credit Plus (CCP) classes, and works with its college-bound students to explore scholarships and other educational funding options. Our mission is to provide the highest quality educational and intervention programming available and empower students with disabilities to reach their full potential.
New Horizons Academy plans to hold in-person classes for students, five days a week during the 2020-2021 school year following health department guidelines.
NHA does not solely focus on any one area of development; rather, each developmental domain (social, emotional, communicative, physical, and cognitive) is developed simultaneously throughout the school day. Great importance is placed on setting high goals and expectations and providing students with the appropriate assistance required for them to achieve their individual goals.
Providing an academic curriculum that is challenging is crucial, while simultaneously discovering and exploring ways that our students are best able to access that curriculum.
Program information and benefits:
- COST: Tuition and intervention costs are covered by the Autism Scholarship, Jon Peterson Scholarship or through a contract directly with the home school district.
- SOCIAL: Students feel welcomed and accepted by students and staff at New Horizons Academy instead of being singled out because of their differences. Many develop friendships for the first time and participate in social activities outside of school.
- ACADEMICS: Our licensed teachers, intervention specialists and therapists design each student’s individualized program to maximize their academic success. We build the skills back into every student to help them leap ahead academically! Our evidence based curriculum provides students a strong educational experience. NHA also partners with local universities in offering college level classes.
- COMMUNICATION: We have found that consistent communication and parent involvement has been a crucial force in our student’s development, learning, and success at school and in life. This intentional communication helps build on-going, productive, and trusting relationships with the families that we serve.
Come see for yourself why NHA is Northwest Ohio’s home for SPECIAL education!