Curtis Baptist School is now participating in the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program. To be eligible, students must have been Georgia public school students in the past year and have had an Individual Education Plan. For more information contact Miss Jessica Reed, the program coordinator, at 706-828-6624 or at email@example.com . You may also find more information at the Department of Education website.
Teachers in The Learning Place teach to the students’ strengths as they help with the remediation of the students’ weaknesses. A Christ-based curriculum is used to teach every student where they are to become what God intends for them to be. A combination of textbooks, manipulatives, computer programs, and activities are used to address the learning style of each student.
How can your child become a part of The Learning Place?
Contact the school for an application packet.
Submit the results from a psycho-educational exam or a medical diagnosis to the Learning Place Coordinator. If possible, include work samples, standardized test results, and report card copies.
Schedule a conference with the Learning Place Coordinator.
If admission is approved by The Learning Place faculty, then proceed with the admissions procedures set forth in the application packet.
Georgia Special Needs Scholarship (GSNS) Program
The Georgia Special Needs Scholarship (GSNS) Program is a school choice program available for special needs students attending Georgia public schools who are served under an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Award amounts for eligible students for each school year will be available in May.
Parents new to the program must read Understanding the Program which explains the public and private school choice options available. Parents of students continuing in the private school choice option must read Continuing Participation which explains how to continue a student’s eligibility.
Curtis Baptist School is a participating private school in the GSNS. For details and additional information, click the link below.