The Community Child Guidance School provides a highly structured therapeutic setting for students with serious emotional or behavioral difficulties. Our small size, high staff-to-student ratio and multi-disciplinary approach create a close knit community of support to ensure safety and nurture individual growth. The goal of this program is to foster the development of the social, emotional, and academic skills each student will need to be successful in the less restrictive home school environment. Classroom teachers consult regularly with clinicians, outreach workers and other professionals to develop strategies to help students reach this goal. Regularly scheduled meetings between social workers and families provide crucial support and promote a strong home-school partnership. Referrals to the CCGC School are accepted from surrounding school districts. Student records will be reviewed and an intake interview scheduled prior to admission.
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Student Teacher Ratio
5 : 1
80% Male / 20% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
Other associations for exceptional children
State or regional independent school association
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