The Junior High IMPACT program is a system special education program for students in grades 7 to 9 with average to above average ability who have a diagnosed learning disability demonstrated by significant delays in one or more academic areas. Students must be recommended by the feeder elementary schools and approved through our Central Office. The program offers a small class setting and individualized instruction in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies with a focus on direct instruction, strategy instructions, and development of self-advocacy skills. Students attend regular classes for other subjects including options. Instruction is guided by ISP's (Instructional Support Plan) and builds on individual strengths and needs.
Is your student returning to EIPS this fall?
Learn more about our February registration deadlines.