Teachers and aides assist students in accessing grade level curriculum with assistive technology and other supports provided in their IEPs.
Special Education (TK-12)
Programs for Students with Disabilities
The Special Education Program at Granada Hills Charter (GHC) is grounded in the philosophy that ALL students can learn. A specific program is customized for every student with a disability, and a particular disability category does not automatically qualify a student for a program placement. Most students enjoy a combination of a variety of programs. In addition to the fully customizable continuum of services, all students have access to all academic programs, athletics, and activities. Our services and programs have been designed to meet a variety of students’ educational and social-emotional needs.
-Kaila C.GHC student and varsity athlete
It's not because I was deaf that I was awarded a full-ride scholarship to attend the Rochester Institute of Technology, it's because I learned to accept my deafness in order to overcome that obstacle and then another, and another, and every other hurdle in my path.
High School Program
- College Board Testing Services for Students with Disabilities
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) Program
- Learning Center Model
- Moderate-Severe Co-Teaching Program
- Parent Resources for Engagement and Student Success
- Special Day Classes
- The IEP and You
- We Can Work Program
College Board Testing Services for Students with Disabilities
Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) Program
Learning Center Model
Moderate-Severe Co-Teaching Program
Parent Resources for Engagement and Student Success
Special Day Classes
The IEP and You
We Can Work Program
New to GHCHS this year is the the WE CAN WORK program for students with mild to severe disabilities.
GHC's inclusion of its students with special needs in general education is 77% vs. LAUSD's 57% general education inclusion. Here are the facts in serving all students at GHC and the testament to the School's rising enrollment of students with IEPs or 504 Plans.
By the Numbers
Students with IEPs or 504 Plans
Special education teachers
Support professionals providing wrap-around services
Years of providing a Deaf of Hard of Hearing (DHH) program
Students with IEPs or 504 Plans in 2017-2018 received high school diplomas
Student inclusion in general education vs. 57% in LAUSD
In grants for students with IEPs or 504 Plans to receive innovative instruction