It has a 1997-'98 enrollment of about 290 students an d over 100 teachers, resulting in an average class size of 6. Students with learning disabilities are taught to survive in a mainstream education through various transition programs. For example, the high school provides internships and another hands-on programs to help the students adapt to a life after school. The school also has arts, music, dance, drama, woodwork and film classes. Spanish is required for high school students. Extended after-school hours are available until 5 p.m. for an additional charge. Mainstream students are welcome to join and take part in horseback riding, computer and dance lessons.
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