Program Overview

Orion Academy is a day school designed to provide a comprehensive program for high school students whose academic success is compromised by a neurocognitive disability. Orion students are bright young people with the potential for success, but as a result of their disability and traditional teaching models often fail to realize their potential.

Orion offers these students a program uniquely tailored to their strengths and needs. Our program is designed to target individual social growth, transitions skills and academic excellence for students with neurocognitive disabilities.

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Accredited by the Western Association of School and Colleges

UC Approved Course Offerings

Curriculum Meets California Standards and Benchmarks

8:1

Student to Faculty Ratio Our Students Come First

Technology is used as an organizational tool and unique focus for learning

Approved by the State of California to accept publicly funded students

 


High Educational Standards

 
Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

For excellence in academic quality and educational effectiveness of institutions, as well as institutional structures, processes, and resources.

Innovative Programming
Traditional Curriculum

Curriculum meets California standards and benchmarks
Our full listing of course offerings can be found here.

 
College Preparation

UC approved course offerings
Many of Orion’s courses meet the rigorous admissions standards of the University of California. Click here to learn more about our UC approved courses.

 

Highly Qualified Faculty

Experienced experts

Certificated teachers
Special Education certified educators
On-staff psychologists
On-staff educational therapist

 
A Paperless School

Teaching applicable skills
Technology is used as an organizational tool and unique focus for learning.

 
IEP Placements

Collaboration
Approved by the State of California to accept publicly funded students, Orion Academy has been an NPS since 2001.
 

Communication & Feedback

Integral relationship between home and school
Parent, teacher, student meetings every six weeks.
Active Parent Teacher Organization.
On-line access to homework assignments and grades.