The Transition Education Services Program at Milwaukee Lutheran High School provides assistance, as available, for students with a diagnosed disability or impairment affecting his or her ability to function independently within the school environment. The program offers a spectrum of services which include a modified core curriculum, resource study hall, reasonable classroom accomodations, and post-secondary planning. Students receive support and instruction that promotes self-advocacy, problem-solving, the development of compensatory skills, and classroom success. Students wishing to enroll in the Transition Program must provide current and past assessments indicating evidence of a disability or impairment, and a review of all educational records. A family interview with program staff may also be required. Admission to the program is limited.
DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS, THE STUDY CENTER IS NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
The Study Center is open both before and after school for quiet student work and homework-related computer use. Students are supervised by an assigned staff member.
Students coming before school may enter at or after 7:00 am at the Main Office entrance.
Students after school must sign-in by 3:20 pm (unless receiving a written pass from a teacher). Students may leave as their rides arrive, but no later than 5:00 pm.