Educational programming at LDFDS is State-Approved and teachers are certified in Special Education. An individualized educational plan (IEP) is developed for each student and short-term objectives are reviewed 8 times a year. Students receive 4 report cards and 4 progress reports. Parents are expected to attend at least 3 formal conferences a year. The Lorraine D. Foster Day School provides an educational program that meets the sending school's requirements for high school graduation. It is the school's mission to empower students, enabling them to function as competent, responsible individuals who possess the ability to enrich their own lives and to contribute to the betterment of the world-at-large.
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Student Teacher Ratio
4 : 1
35% Male / 65% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
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