The Skyline High School Special Education Department serves students identified with a range of disabilities who have Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). Specialized classes instruct students in core subjects as well as electives targeting adult living skills. Through these classes students learn about disability awareness, self-advocacy, social skills, communication skills, and life skills including job obtaining and maintaining skills, personal finance, and post secondary exploration to help in the development of a realistic plan for the year(s) following high school. The Department also focuses on educating students about a range of postsecondary options from district programming to college and careers.
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Picture retake day has changed. Studio 5 will be here on Monday, November 1st for picture retakes. If you do not have a current student ID, you must get your picture taken that day. Skyline’s apparel store is open until October 26th. Order your spirit gear before time runs out. Isn’t it great to be […]
Notice to all those who come in late: please be prepared to show your Skyline student ID upon entering the building. Picture retake day has changed. Studio 5 will be here on Monday, November 1st for picture retakes. If you do not have a current student ID, you must get your picture taken that day. […]
The AP Exam Registration Window is Open until November 8
The AP® Program is continuously introducing new resources and processes designed to help students earn college credit and placement. This year, we’re most excited about their Daily Videos and enhanced progress monitoring tools available in AP Classroom. Here are other important items you and your student need to know for AP 21-22: Students will register […]