Highland Community Learning Center is pleased to offer a summer program option to our families beginning in the summer of 2021. As always, transportation will be provided, and there will be no cost to families. If your student is already enrolled at Highland Community Learning Center, you need only to notify our office that you wish to participate.
We are also opening our program to students from other schools/districts, while space permits. Please begin the enrollment process here and indicate that you wish for your student to attend our summer session. Students with autism and other developmental disabilities attending a Central Ohio K-12 school are welcome to attend.
Staff at Highland Community Learning Center will work closely with you and your child to determine a program that is unique to your child and their specific needs. Our goal is to provide academic and behavioral support to set the foundation for a more successful upcoming school year, and to minimize summer regression.
Please contact us today for more information or to enroll!
Currently we are coming back five days a week with safety measures. Please look here for updated information.
Located at the intersection of Godown Road and Bethel Road, Highland Community Learning Center has a mission to provide an alternative educational experience to kindergarten through twelfth graders who have been unsuccessful in a typical classroom setting. We understand that every student learns at a different pace and through various means, and we strive to serve each student individually to help them to reach their full potential. Small classroom sizes and an individualized curriculum allow us to meet the needs of all of our students, both academically and socially.
Highland Community Learning Center is also proud to offer a program that is specifically designed to serve those children in our community that have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). At Highland, we pride ourselves on this capability to offer a tremendous school and learning experience to these children with autism and have a staff specialized in this field. Each student at our learning center will be taught a specific curriculum based on their IEP requirements.
The Highland Community Learning Center will prepare students for the successful pursuit of higher education or employment in the field of their choice.
The Highland Community Learning Center will be the premier educational institute, preparing students to meet and exceed expectations for business and industry today and into the future.
At Highland, we want to keep students from becoming disengaged and dropping out of school while providing them with the opportunities for college and careers.
At Highland Community Learning Center, we boast small class sizes, and have highly qualified staff members who specialize in dealing with inconsistencies in behavior. Our academic program is uniquely designed for each student. Students participate in classroom small group instruction with licensed teachers, interact with the curriculum through a technology component that is integrated into their classes, and receive one-on-one instruction on a weekly basis. We specialize in credit recovery, and can assist students in graduating in a timely manner who may have been unsuccessful in previous placements.
Our goal is to create productive members of society by implementing such programs as technology, life skills, and financial literacy. These programs encourage students to interact with the community through community service opportunities. Students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma through Highland Community Learning Center, which is their gateway to success. Staff at Highland Community Learning Center assist students in determining the most appropriate steps after completing our program. Students who are eligible are encouraged to apply to Columbus State University, local career technical programs, or other applicable programs.
At Highland Community Learning Center, we offer counseling services through Mettle Services. Behavior specialists will be placed in each classroom to assist the classroom teacher in reinforcing positive behaviors and preparing students for life after high school.