Archway Glendale offers a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to students with disabilities, who are currently eligible or are determined eligible to receive special education services or other related services.
Providing access to a classical education to students with disabilities is central to the Archway Glendale’s philosophy of education, which seeks to enrich the lives of all of our children. We believe that the unnecessary removal or compartmentalizing of any student because of special needs would result in an impoverished experience for the entire class.
As such, our practice is to include students with disabilities to the maximum extent possible in the general classroom while supporting the development of strategies and skills through specialized instruction. This practice is guided by the mission of the special education program at Archway Glendale which is dedicated to fostering our students’ perseverance through courage and introspection.
In pursuit of these virtues, our Special Education teams develop a program for each eligible student that maximizes access to the liberal arts curriculum through small-group or one-on-one instruction, both inside and outside of the regular classroom during the school day. Our teams comply with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and include instruction in skills and strategies in areas of deficit and may incorporate related services including, but not limited to:
- Speech and Language services
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- School-based counseling
- Consultation with a hearing teacher
If you believe your student is a child with a disability and requires specialized instruction, or for more information about special education services at Archway Glendale please contact the Exceptional Student Services coordinators: