Our school programs are created for students who have autism spectrum disorder or similar learning differences such as sensory integration difficulties, impairments in social interaction, and difficulties with emotional control and interpersonal skills.
We work with our students and their families to focus on their individual strengths while we implement strategies to overcome emotional challenges, develop positive peer relationships, and achieve academic success. Each student has an Individualized Program Plan (IPP), which is designed to address their specific educational needs.
The school program places a strong emphasis on academic independence, social behaviour, communication, and self-regulation for students aged six to 20 years. Classes are held during regular school day hours, five days a week.
All of the curriculum follows Alberta Education’s Program of Studies with adaptations as required.
We focus on:
Parent Education Workshop: Bridging the Gap between June and September 6:30 pm
Parent Education Workshop: Bridging the Gap between June and September
May 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Brought to you by Home & Community Support This session is open to families accessing Home & Community Support and parents with children attending New Heights School. We will provide strategies and tools to[...]