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Behavioral Support Program (BSP)

The Behavioral Support Program is designed for classified students who require, and benefit from, an alternative educational/classroom environment. The program provides a high level of structure and focuses on strengthening student behavior, and responsibility for school assignments as well as improving socialization skills within the high school milieu. Students may access this program for science, history, math, English, and out-of-class support. The academic curriculum is based on the New Jersey Student Learning Standards. Social skills are strengthened via individual or group counseling. Individual counseling may also be provided as indicated in the student’s IEP.

The special education program is designed to meet the individual needs of each student with a disability. In most

cases, the courses provide a structure that parallels the regular high school program but is flexible enough to

accommodate the instructional needs of the student’s Individualized Educational Plan. All special education

curricula address the New Jersey Student Learning Standards and for purposes of GPA and rank are considered

Studies Level. All program determinations are made by the IEP team.

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