Our transition program prepares Concord students for success after high school.
An emphasis on readiness for life after Concord includes individualized transition plans for all high school students. Transition services assist our students in preparing for the future. We strive to help our students understand their disabilities and learn self-advocacy skills.
We offer transition classes in grades 9 – 12, where students practice job and life skills, such as organization and interpersonal communication. Resume building, completing job applications, participating in mock interviews and internships, and planning for college are all part of the transition curriculum.
All high school students have a customized transition plan, developed as part of the IEP process, outlining how they will explore their own path to a post-secondary placement.
All high school students take a transition class each year, focusing on skills appropriate to their age and abilities that will facilitate their transition to life after high school.
Job Simulation Lab
Our job simulation lab helps students discover their interests and aptitudes. Students development is monitored as they progress through levels of difficulty in five career domains.
A staff transition coach facilitates each student’s transition experience, and guides them in skill-building, community-based learning, and other authentic activities that make them better prepared for Life After Concord.
Job and Life Skills
Transition services assist our students in preparing for the future and include: job skills and life skills; resumes, job applications, mock interviews and internships; college planning and applications; understanding disabilities and learning self-advocacy skills.