All of our students have access to psycho-education (resiliency, counseling, groups) and support services. Using the wraparound model, we use a team-based planning process intended to provide individualized, coordinated, and family-driven care to meet the complex needs of each person.
Our students also lead annual service-learning projects. This helps them to understand the relevance and impact of volunteering on their communities, their studies, and themselves.
In July of 2020, our youth were compelled to do a project in response to the tragic events of racial inequality in the United States.
The video "The Movement" was written, and performed by some of our youth.