Holy Family Catholic High School understands students have a variety of learning needs. Below is a list of learning dynamics we frequently encounter:
- Health Conditions such as ADHD, anxiety, or depression;
- Specific Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia, or Dysgraphia;
- Autism Spectrum Disorder;
- Accommodations during K-8; and
- Consistent but undiagnosed learning difficulties.
In order for Holy Family to understand each student’s learning needs, we ask that parents share relevant information, including but not limited to current 504/IEP/Accommodation Plan and supporting documents such as psychoeducational evaluation or written diagnosis with an explanation of how it impacts the student’s learning, as soon as the student is accepted but no later than the student’s first day of school.
Holy Family offers several types of support available. The level of support depends on the student’s individual needs. Click on our Academic Support Guide for more information.
In addition, all Holy Family students receive an abundance of learning skills instruction and academic support for their teachers. Wednesday Flex-Time assistance, study hall assistance, after school hours, and quarterly Student Assistance Days are intentional tools available to all students.