Student Support Programs

"In school, you're taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you're given a test that teaches you a lesson."
Tom Bodett

Students requiring a Student Support Program will continue their coursework under the guidance and assistance of the program's instructors who work in collaboration with their teachers from their home school and the Office of Student Support Services of Cabell County Schools.  Students in this program are expected to complete all assignments needed to fulfill requirements for their classes and pave the way for a successful return to their home school to continue and complete their education. 
Student Support offers drop-out prevention programs that allow students to continue their education, avoid getting behind in their classes, or getting caught up in their coursework. 

Admission to the Graduation Recovery Program requires a referral from Student Support Services. Guidance counselors, principals, and other support staff can recommend students for consideration. Admission is on a case by case basis. Students in this program may be behind in credits, missed their graduation date, or have other extenuating circumstances. 

Admission to the Homebound Program requires a doctor to refer a student (due to an illness lasting more than two weeks) and a case by case evaluation to determine that this is the best placement for the student.  

Admission to the Pregnancy Program occurs in the last six weeks of the pregnancy or when a grading period ends.  This program is an option for pregnant students, it is not a mandate.  Students are permitted to remain in the program for six weeks after delivery. 


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