Webster Street Academy
The Webster Street Academy serves students from grades 7 through 12 who are "at-risk" of being suspended or expelled from school.
By wrapping therapeutic services around a highly individualized education program, the Webster Street Academy specializes in preparing youth to better cope with those emotional problems that interfere with their ability to achieve success, whether it be in school or life in general.
Students attending the Webster Street Academy remain actively enrolled in their home school system, maintain social connections with their home school (unless otherwise indicated), and are awarded credit for the academic grades they earn, with the ultimate goal being the successful reintegration to their home school system.
A unique aspect of the program is the ability to serve, with endorsement from their home school system, students who have been suspended or expelled.
Tom Jennings is the director.
To view the Webster Street Academy website click here.