Academic Supports

  • Academic Resource

    Academic resource is designed for students needing to make up work or to acquire special help. Academic resource is available daily 7–7:45 a.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to noon. 

     

    English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program

    ESOL courses may be counted as fulfilling language arts elective requirements if the ESOL teacher instructing the course holds a Language Arts endorsement. If an ESOL course is not counted as a Language Arts elective because of endorsements, it will count as general elective credit. With the exception of the special provisions stated above, students in the ESOL program must meet all graduation requirements of Valley High School in order to receive a diploma..

    Learn more about ESOL

    Gifted/Talented (GT) Program

    Students identified to receive direct Gifted/Talented services may enroll in GT Seminar. (Specific details are provided under information for Unique Programs & Courses.)

    Learn more about GT


    Tutoring

    The school district each year compiles a list of individuals qualified to tutor high school students in the various academic areas. This list is available in the Counseling Center.


    Special Education Program

    Special education services are determined for individual students by a staffing team consisting of the parents, school staff, and Heartland AEA representatives. The district provides a broad continuum of services to assist students with disabilities.

    Learn more about Special Education

     

    Success Center

    The Success Center is designed for students who are behind in credits, not progressing towards graduation, or who have been recommended by their counselor. (Specific details are provided under information for Unique Programs & Courses).

Last Modified on December 15, 2021