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Typical special education programs for secondary students:

Middle School 

The Middle School Special Education Program provides education services for students in the least restrictive learning environment. The Randolph County School System provides a continuum of placement options throughout the district’s seven middle school campuses to meet the needs of students as specified in the student's Individualized Education Program (IEP). Specialized classes are available for students who need highly structured learning environments, affective education, study skills, self-care and daily living skills.  The middle school student's educational program initiates the post-secondary transition focus towards helping students increase their independence and to make a successful transition to their goals for life after graduation.


High School

The High School Special Education Program provides a range of instructional, vocational, and support services for students attending one of the district’s six high schools and in the community. Students in high school special education classes receive services within a continuum ranging from support and assistance within general education classes to specialized instruction in special education classrooms. Specialized classes are available for students who need highly structured learning environments, affective education, study skills, and independent living skills. 



Ultimately, it is the IEP team who determines the educational placement for each student after thoughtful and careful dialogue regarding the functional and academic needs of the student.

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