Middle & High School Life-Centered Education
Middle and High School LCE Learning Space
Life-Centered Education (LCE), an extension of our robust Learning Resource department, provides additional services such as life skills courses, social skills instruction and modified academics. The LCE is designed to meet the needs of students who have more significant intellectual, learning, or developmental differences. Students accepted into the program receive personalized academic programming with embedded social-emotional learning from highly trained special educators. A low student -teacher ratio of one teacher and two educational assistants for a maximum of six students ensures highly individualized support allowing students to thrive and reach their goals for life beyond ISKL.
In the Middle and High School program, student transition goals and post-secondary plans are carefully considered as their programs are designed. Career readiness and life skills in addition to academics service learning are all embedded into the LCE curriculum. The Middle and High School LCE also provides unique internship opportunities and creative service learning experiences.