High School Program

New Horizon School’s High School Program serves Gr. 9-12 students with learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism, and other learning differences.  Often these students find academics, social, behavioral, and emotional coping challenging, and we explicitly teach students skills in each of these areas. At New Horizon School, High School students experience a program that not only meets but exceeds all Washington State graduation requirements and leads to a high school diploma recognized by all two and four-year colleges as well as future employers.

A New Horizon School elementary student wearing a mask and a light blue shirt uses equipment in class.

Students will:

  • Earn a Washington State High School Diploma
  • Increase Academic and Life Skills
  • Work Within a Team
  • Go from High School to

    • Post Secondary Schools (70%)
    • Secondary Transition Programs (25%)
    • Employment (5%)

Other Skills:

  • Academic & Life Skills for Continued Success
  • Persistence & Self Advocacy
  • Social & Peer Relations to Function Within Community
  • Emotional Stability & Positive Self Esteem
  • A Cycle of Success