Graduate Pathways 

Upon completion of the senior secondary curriculum, students will graduate and leave the school. Prior to their departure, our social workers will arrange for students to undergo vocational assessments. Based on the assessment recommendations and individual abilities, discussions will be held among the school professionals, parents, and students to determine the post-graduation pathways and facilitate the application for appropriate services.

The primary pathways for our students include comprehensive vocational training centers/skill development centers such as Integrated Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) or Shine Skills Development Center. Some students may also apply for supported employment, sheltered workshops/comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services, or Enabling Centers. If necessary, our social workers will assist students in applying for accommodation services.