Higgins Education Center
The Higgins Education Center provides a centralized location for Township High School District 211 to serve three different education programs for students who have some exceptional needs. These programs include Academy-South, one of the district's alternative school programs; the Adult Transition Program-South, which provides instruction and community-based experiences for 18- to 21 year-old students with cognitive disabilities; and New Endeavors, a program designed to serve students who demonstrate behaviors and characteristics along the autism spectrum. In addition to these three education programs, the Higgins Education Center also provides a facility for the the district's Community School, an after-school program that provides a range of social services and support to assist families in the District 211 and School District 54 area.
Learn more about it, and watch the trailer for the new D211 Student Readiness Plan website.