Learning is a relational process. Through partnership with teachers, parents, peers and support personnel, students learn that they are able to be successful in the face of adversity. In order to become independent, students must learn to:
Understand their strengths and challenges
Learn how to use their strengths and access resources in order to overcome their challenges
Collaborate effectively with peers and adults
Set personal goals
Advocate for themselves
What Services Do We Offer?
Student Accommodation Plan (SAP) • Access to accommodations
Support Class • Access to accommodations • Courses designed to provide strategies and assistance in core academic classes
Modified Classes • Access to accommodations • Modified curriculum available in core academic classes
How Does a Student Qualify?
Any Archbishop Murphy student who has been diagnosed with a learning difference is eligible to receive AMHS approved accommodations, provided the following criteria are met:
Testing documentation is current (within the last three years) and the school has a copy of the full evaluation.
Diagnostic documentation must consist of testing and a written evaluation by a licensed psychologist. It must state the specific disability and provide complete educational, developmental and/or medical history