Shore Educational Collaborative

Behavioral & Social/Emotional Needs

Program Description

Shore offers programs for students with a variety of diagnoses relating to academic and mental health issues. Social/emotional and behavioral issues are present to the extent that they preclude placement in a public school setting. Staff is trained in Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI). Students enrolled in these programs have access to assistive technology throughout their school day. Speech language, occupational and physical therapy and counseling services are provided in accordance with the IEP. Students in Middle and Hign School have access to intramural and league sports programs.

Kindergarten through 3rd grade enroll up to 10 students per classroom
4th and 5th grade enroll up to 8 students per classroom
Middle and High School enroll up to 10 students per classroom
Age Range:
Kindergarten to grade 12
Staff to Pupil Ratio
Classrooms are staffed with one teacher and two student support staff
Months of Operation
K-5th: School year plus extended year programming
Middle and High School: School year plus limited extended year programming

Admissions Procedure

Our admissions process for students begins with a referral from our member school districts. Please contact the Director of Special Education in your school district for more information about sending a student to Shore Educational Collaborative. Inquiries are also welcomed from non-member districts.


“ Education must provide the opportunities for self-fulfillment; it can at best provide a rich and challenging environment for the individual to explore, in his own way ”

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