At Olentangy Local Schools, we coordinate experiences between the community, students, families, and staff in order to improve academic and functional achievement and facilitate movement from school to the student's post-secondary goals.
We are committed to building inclusive partnerships between students, families, staff, and the community in order to prepare our students to flourish in post-secondary education, the workplace, and/or community settings.
To successfully transition our students, we will facilitate inclusive connections between students with disabilities, school, and outside the community, and educate them towards their highest potential as self-advocates. Individualized assessments and person-centered planning will guide the team in developing transition services and activities that foster academic, occupational, vocational, self-determination, and independent living skills needed for post-secondary preparation and engagement.
- The Transition Process for Students with IEP's and 504 Plans, January 29, 2021
The Academy for Community Transition is an Olentangy Local School District program designed to help students prepare for life after graduation. The program is designed for students in current high school Specialized Learning Center (SLC) programs that have met all academic requirements, completed four years of high school, and wish to participate in postsecondary job training. For more information please contact Dawn Imbrogno.
Project SEARCH is a one-year high school transition program which provides training and education leading to employment for individuals with disabilities. Each student applies and is accepted to the program through a selection committee process. All students must be eligible for services with the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities to participate.