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Program Information
For more information contact:
Karen Jewett
Special Education Director
kjewett@accept.org
(508) 653-6776 x112

High School Program Location:
Medway High School
88 Summer Street
Medway, MA 02053
(508) 533-3230

High School Program Hours:
8:00am – 2:30pm
Early Release – 11:15am
High School Programs
Grades 9-12 public day programs at inclusion settings in member school districts.

• Individualized, evidence-based program for each student
• Academics, behavioral and therapeutic needs, daily living, life skills, and specialized services with behavioral and social supports based on the student’s IEP
• Full range of disabilities served
• Highly Qualified, Licensed Teachers and Therapists work collaboratively to build skills and generalize those across settings
• Low student to teacher ratios provide 1:1 and small group instruction creating a sense of community among students
• Rigorous curriculum
• Individual fitness programs and art and music
• Vocational training
• Transition Assessments
• Online learning option for credit recovery, high interest subjects, and advanced learning
• Extended School Year and Extended Evaluation options

Our goal is to build strengths and self-confidence, and to maximize each student’s potential.
Consistently High Satisfaction Rates Among Parents and Students!
What Do Families Like Best?
• The combination of a school environment with embedded therapies supported by an onsite team of professionals. The approach provides structure and consistency that allows students to stabilize, make progress, and gain skills and confidence that translate to home, community, and next steps.
• Regular communication from ACCEPT staff and the sense of team established with parents and families to provide a program tailored to the unique needs, age, interests, and goals of each student.
• The exceptional quality of the teaching staff, and low student to teacher ratios.
• The sense of community and belonging at ACCEPT. Students make friends in a welcoming and supportive environment.
• The close collaboration and partnership with sending districts as students transition to ACCEPT, acclimate and thrive in their classrooms, and when ready, return to their home schools.