The Transition Program at League School is designed to meet the needs of those students who are pursuing a vocational path.
As with all programs at League School, the Transition Program employs the SCERTS Model as the overarching framework for instruction. The Transition Program at League School is designed to meet the needs of those students who are pursuing a vocational path in their postsecondary plans. The program educates students between the ages of 16 and 22 with a focus on functional academics, vocational training, social communication, emotional regulation, independent living skills, community experiences, and safety awareness.
Classrooms are divided by age and skill level, with instruction individualized according to the learning style of each student. Across these classrooms, there is a wide range of skills and abilities. Each classroom consists of up to eight students with one head teacher and at least one assistant teacher. The Transition Program is supported by a team that consists of a BCBA, clinician, occupational therapist, speech-language pathologist, behavior specialist, and program coordinator. Physical therapy is also available, but contracted separately.