Serving eligible students (grades 9-12) and (ages 18-21) by providing special education and related services, determined by an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), and developed by the local education agency (LEA). The program offers options in the least restrictive environment; a strong case management model to support both families and faculty; and services, accommodations, and modifications to help students succeed and reach their potential.
The drop-down boxes below offer descriptions of NFA’s Special Education Programs.Contact:Lisa Wheeler, DirectorStudent Serviceswheelerl@nfaschool.org860-425-5630
ACES serves students with emotional and/or behavioral disabilities that impact social relationships and academic progress. The program offers students the social, emotional, and behavioral supports to experience academic success. Specially designed courses include English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Career Education, Contemporary Concerns and Independent Study. Strong counseling with a program-assigned school psychologist is a critical component with a behavioral point system.