Students K-12 who require specialized equipment, services, or therapies. Students may have physical, visual, or hearing disabilities.
Students K-12 who are functioning many years below grade level in core subjects.
Students may be on our diploma or certificate track for graduation, seeking to enter college or pursue a career after high school.
My story is one of pursuing 20 years of educational service around Florida and the United States.
I have been blessed to work and teach at every grade level, and practically work at every position possible within a private school structure.
Most students will be on our diploma track for graduation, seeking a career or college after high school. The student may be functioning below grade level in certain core subjects.
Do you remember what your High School years were like?
Would you say it was a good memory…
Or a bad one?
What CES Academic Program is right for you?
Before I go into our programs… I want to mention why smaller class size is beneficial to your child’s learning.
How I Approach Instructional Differentiation
Classroom management: we all know the very phrase conjures up a myriad of ideas, thoughts and how to improve upon it. One of the most elusive facets of managing a classroom is how to achieve diversification of student learning. Most of us will find that no one learns in the precisely the same way. The […]
A Word of Caution to Parents of Children Going Into, Or Already In, Middle School…
When a child who has an IEP goes into middle school, there is a high probability that an effort will be made to change, decrease, or get rid of services that are on your child’s IEP. You need to be aware of this, know what to watch for and know how to make sure your […]