At Stetson School
Individualized Education for Each Youth
Youth are educated on campus in our fully accredited, Massachusetts-licensed, Chapter 766-approved school. Stetson School supports regular and special education students. Our curriculum meets the Massachusetts Frameworks, offering courses in English, math, history and science, grades 4 through 12. In addition, youth participate in health education, physical education, career studies, social development, service learning, art, vocational education, and woodshop. Remedial reading services are provided by our Literacy/Assessment Coordinator. Each classroom has approximately 10 youth who are taught by a licensed teacher and supported by classroom aides.
Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan
Stetson School believes in providing an environment and culture in which all youth can feel safe. This includes a commitment to an environment free from bullying.
Rehabilitation, Vocational, and Transitional Services
Rehabilitation, Vocational, and Transitional Services are designed to provide vocational preparedness and community integration activities for a more productive and self-sufficient future. Both our Rehabilitation Specialist and Job Coach provide on-campus and community-based vocational and transitional opportunities for youth, ages 14-22, including:
- Career Exploration
- Vocational Mini-Courses
- Service Learning
- Job Shadowing
- Job Training
- School to Work
- Post Graduate Opportunities
Community Integration Program
We work to help youth become successful, productive members of society. Our Community Integration Plan (CIP) allows progressive levels of access to the community.