Academic Support Services
- Academic Support Services
- AIG Parent Survey
- Advanced & Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Program
- Career & Technical Education
- Exceptional Children Services
- Hospital School
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
Therapeutic Programs are designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities who present significant behavioral and emotional concerns and who require a separate setting as determined by an IEP team and outlined in the student’s IEP.
These programs are highly structured, small settings that include a point and level system, token economy, and daily social skills instruction. These programs also offer support from Duke Child Development and Behavioral Health through scheduled rotations of a child psychiatrist. Program Managers are also available to link families to community resources and provide support through Child and Family Team meetings.
Therapeutic Programs are currently offered at the following locations:
on the campus of
The School for Creative Studies | 5001 Red Mill Rd.
Elementary level programs:
Oak Grove Elementary | 3810 Wake Forest Road
Easley Elementary | 302 Lebanon Circle
RN Harris Elementary | 1520 Cooper St.