Oakwood School’s goal is to provide an academic program that meets not only the goals and objectives addressed in each Individualized Educational Plan (IEP), but also to create a learning environment where students can relax and enjoy the educational process through differentiated instruction. We regularly address and monitor the academic, social and emotional well-being of each student. We strive to implement evidenced based scientifically researched educational and behavioral programs with cross curricular activities.
Oakwood School has self-contained and departmentalized classes with no more than 8 students in each class. Each subject is taught by either a highly qualified Teacher of the Disabled/Handicapped or a Content Area certified teacher along with a college educated paraprofessionals. There are usually two certified teachers in each classroom to enhance the acquisition of learning.
Oakwood School offers instruction in the following subjects:
- Language Arts
- Social Studies
- (STEM) Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education
- Physical Education
- Educational Finance
- Family Life
- Computer programing
- Socialization/Character Development Skills (Group Counseling)