High School Programs at Fox Meadow
The Putnam/Northern Westchester High School Programs at Fox Meadow are designed for students whose goal is to earn a high school diploma but have not been successful in their home school environment.
Students are recommended to the Fox Meadow campus by a high school counselor or a Committee on Special Education. Students at Fox Meadow enjoy individualized instruction, a structured yet informal learning environment, and courses that fulfill all academic requirements for graduation. In addition, our Levels of Academic and Clinical Services model allow us to customize our support for students in their academic and social-emotional development. Select students can also earn college credits through Mercy College, Westchester Community College, and Dutchess Community College.
Serving the needs of high functioning but fragile students – such as those with Asperger’s Syndrome and Anxiety Disorders – grades 8 through 12, The Bridge Program provides Regents-level curriculum in all subject areas. Multi-sensory instruction, strong social skill support, and understanding and appreciation of the unique emotional needs of individual students enable students to achieve academically and progress socially. While taking challenging academic courses, juniors and seniors can also experience one the Tech Center’s 29 career and technical education courses.
General Education Development tests are a series of 5 internationally recognized tests designed to measure academic skills commensurate with those of typical graduating high school seniors. Subject areas include: Language Arts Reading, Language Arts Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies. The GED Program at Fox Meadow is an approved Alternative High School Equivalency Preparation program for students who wish to earn a high school equivalency diploma. We are also a New York State GED Testing Center. Our program provides an environment in which students with disabilities can receive the support they need to prepare for the GED examinations.
Learning Center High School
This high school program at the Fox Meadow campus serves students with disabilities who require an individually designed program in a smaller (8:1:1), structured, less stressful school setting than that found in the regular high school or special class setting. Program includes counseling for all students.
Regional Alternative High School (RAHS)
This high school program on the Fox Meadow campus serves both classified and non-classified students who require a program customized to their academic, social and emotional development needs. Students at RAHS also enjoy individualized instruction and a structured yet informal learning environment with a lower ratio of students to staff than in a typical high school classroom (15:1:1). This program also includes counseling for all students including non-classified students.
For additional information, please contact our school office at (914) 248-3640.