School Programs

Elementary, Middle, & High School Non Public School Program:

Ages: 5 years-18 years

Del Sol School offers specialized academic instruction to students in elementary school, middle school, and high school. This program provides structured individualized education, qualified special education teachers, and behavior trained support staff to help students learn to enjoy school and to participate in the school program. Students receive the support they need to improve their independence and skills in all areas. Children show consistent progress on their individual goals and on the content standards. Our classrooms operate with a low student to staff ratio, with no more than 12 students per classroom. All students enrolled in Del Sol School’s nonpublic school program must be refereed by their local school district. Del Sol School provides the following services based on students Individual Education Plans: 

Del Sol School works closely with local school districts to provide all other educational services, such as, speech and language, occupational therapy, physical therapy, etc.

Elementary & Middle School

Del Sol School's elementary and middle school program is certified by the state of California to provide specialized academic instruction to students with a range of disabilities, that includes Autism, Deaf-Blindness, Emotional Disturbance, Intellectual Disabilities, Multiple Disabilities, Other Health Impairments, and Specific Learning Disabilities. Del Sol School has classes designed for students who have mild/moderate disabilities and those with moderate/severe disabilities. 

High School

Del Sol School's high school program accepts students with the disabilities listed above. At this time our high school program is for moderate/severe students who are on a non-diploma track. These students work closely with the adult transition program and learn vocational skills to help them be successful in life. Please see the description below for more information. 

Adult Transition Program

Ages: 18 years – 22 years

Del Sol School's adult transition program is offered to students with moderate to severe disabilities ages 18 - 22 years.  This program teaches transitional and functional life skills to help students transition into the adult workplace. The classrooms are staffed with low student to staff ratios. Students work on academic and vocational skills that help them develop skills in the areas of independent living, social skills, personal health, vocational training, and money management.