ASPIRE Program

ASPIRE is for students ages 18 to 21, who may have a mental or physical challenge that calls for more schooling to help them prepare to navigate the world after high school.

ASPIRE stands for Acquiring Skills Professionalism, Independence, and Responsibility for Education/Employment.

The mission of this program is to prepare students to be competent, confident, and caring in managing their personal, family, and public lives. Students are taught daily living skills, how to gain and retain employment, and are educated in self-advocacy and interpersonal skills.

For more information, contact Theresa Ware, teacher at [email protected], or Innocenzo Martellucci, Supervisor of Special Education at [email protected].  

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