What does M.A.P. mean for high school?
Formerly called the Learning Language Stimulation Program (or LLSP), the Modified Academic Program (MAP) gives students with learning differences the opportunity to grow and thrive in a Catholic academic setting, while receiving the necessary supports to reach their full academic and social potential.
What is the purpose?
The purpose of the program is to provide adolescents with the tools and skills that will help them reach their educational, recreational, vocational, intellectual, and emotional post-secondary goals.
Who benefits from this program?
Students in this program have learning and language challenges that make it difficult to succeed without necessary supports.
What's so great about M.A.P.?
Each lesson in every subject is designed and tailored to best meet the needs of the individual student. Students work at their own pace. They are challenged to work hard, without reaching high frustration levels.
What's a typical day like in the classroom?
We rotate our subjects daily in reading, writing, math, social studies, science, and life skills, as well as participate in religion, art, and physical education electives every day.