• Teacher Natalie King works on letters with Angelina Gonzalez in the classroom.Mya Cornelius uses a brailler.

    Cedar Springs Academy Overview

    Cedar Springs Academy strives to empower students to achieve their highest individual potential. The academy serves SC students who have a vision or hearing disability with at least one other physical or intellectual disability. 

    Highly qualified teachers and staff serve students ages 3-21 with:

     
    Strong Academic Programs 

    • Small, individualized academic classes

    • Lesson plans designed to meet the specific needs of students who are sensory multi-disabled

     

    Special Education and Related Services

    • Braille and large print materials and audio devices

    • Nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other health and related services

     

    Technology

    • Specialized technology and equipment

     

    Career and Independent Living Preparation

    • Daily living skills instruction with a focus on developing independence

    • Job exploration and work-based learning opportunities

     

    Active Student Life

    • Arts, music, and other enrichment classes

    • Fun activities and field trips

    • Adapted physical education and recreational opportunities