School for Behavior and Learning Diversity
Renaissance Community Prep is a non-public school certified by the California Department of Education to serve students ages 5-22.
The school offers a calm, nurturing and structured environment designed to meet the individual needs of the student. Situated within serene park-like grounds classes are constructed to provide a beneficial environment where students can develop academic, social, behavioral and vocational skills that will enable them to transition successfully into the mainstream: work, school and/or independent living.
- Fully credentialed special education teachers with experience serving students with special needs.
- An integrated therapeutic program consisting of individual and group counseling.
- Utilization of positive behavior interventions and shaping to address behavioral issues with services from licensed BCBA’s.
- Licensed therapist providing Language and Speech along with Occupational Therapy.
- Leisure and group activities such as field trips, games, contest, and physical activities
- Extended School Year that allows students to maintain the structure of the school setting while continuing to work on skills.
- Credit Recovery where high school students can make up missing and partial credits for graduation.
- All students are eligible, when demonstrating readiness, to participate in dual enrollment and/or mainstream back to their public school.
- Vocational training and Work Program -a partnership with the Department of Rehabilitation where students receive training and work a job on grounds earning an hourly wage.
Jobs and training include:
Landscaping and Maintenance
Our curriculum is highly individualized, hands-on, and designed to address the specific needs of each student. Based on their unique learning potential, students are placed on a traditional diploma track, a GED (General Educational Development) track, or in a community-based learning program with a Certificate of Completion.
The goal of Renaissance is to provide a positive environment where students can develop academic, social, and vocational skills that will enable them to transition independently and successfully into the mainstream of school, work, and/or independent living.