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Secondary Course of Study Options

Students identified with a disability have multiple options for their journey through high school and into independent living.  A student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) team will use a collection of longitudinal data including, but not limited to, grades, standardized testing, informal and formal assessments, attendance, and behavior data, to determine an individual student’s strengths and weaknesses. The IEP team will  consider a continuum of program options when developing an appropriate, meaningful, and realistic Transition IEP that will assist the student in achieving his/her postsecondary (after high school) goals in the least restrictive environment. 

The School District of Oconee County offers students identified with a disability three pathways, known as Secondary Course of Study Options, as they transition to and journey through high school. 

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