The Ketchum-Grande Memorial School, the on-campus school of The Charlton School, is approved by the New York State Education Department to provide special education to classified students placed in residence by their counties or by the Committees on Special Education of their school districts. The educational program at includes a day program option, for some students, as they transition home from residential placement. Students, from grades eight to eleven attend small classes and instruction is individualized with intensive academic and counseling support to help each student achieve school success. The school follows State recommended curriculums and prepares students to meet graduation requirements, including passing Regents examinations. The curriculum also includes areas such as family and consumer science subjects, fine arts, music and video technology combined with a practicum, Health and allied subjects, computer instruction, physical education and an across the curriculum emphasis on writing. Students reaching certain levels of academic and social attainment may attend classes at the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School with which the Ketchum-Grande program has a close working relationship. - Ketchum
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Student Teacher Ratio
3 : 1
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
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