Lutheran High School Resource Program strives to recognize the individual needs of each student to help our students reach their full potential for a life of Christian service. The objective or goals of the program are to provide a supportive atmosphere and encourage students towards self-advocacy. Also, to coordinate with students, parents, teachers, administration and outside professionals to facilitate successful completion of high school.
Students accepted into the Resource Program must have a documented disability with appropriate paperwork on file at Lutheran High School. The LHS Resource Specialist will work with families to make sure that all paperwork remains in compliance with state and federal standards. In the case that a disability is suspected but has yet to be evaluated, the Specialist will work with the student and family until the diagnostic and evaluation process is complete. If an educational or medical diagnosis is warranted, the student will be able to continue in the program. Students accepted into the program are strongly encouraged to take full advantage of the support services offered. We encourage a study hall in their schedule to enable the Specialist to work with the students on a regular basis. When utilized, this support system can be of great assistance in helping the students succeed in high school.