SEEM Collaborative

SEEM Collaborative was founded in 1968 on the premise that local school districts can accomplish more by working together and conducting, in concert, educational programs and services to supplement and strengthen existing school programs and services that otherwise would be neither affordable nor accessible. Thirty-five years later, the evolution of this notion has resulted in a thriving and multi-faceted educational services agency. 

Programs Available

Campus Academy Alternative High School

Collaborative: 

The main goal of Campus Academy is to provide the necessary therapeutic, transition, and academic supports to help students graduate high school and/or attain the productive social/behavioral skills needed to return to the sending district, join the work force, or continue on to higher education

Campus Academy Foundations for Life Program

Collaborative: 

The primary goal of the Foundations for Life Program is to support students who have completed high school in obtaining the greatest level of independence possible in their home community.

The program curriculum includes:

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program

Collaborative: 

The mission of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program is to prepare students with mild, moderate and/or profound hearing loss for a successful transition into an inclusive setting in their home district. The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Programming includes:

Hurd Elementary Program at the Ripley School

Collaborative: 

The Ripley Elementary School is a therapeutic day school that serves students in grades K-5 with a variety of social, emotional, behavioral, and learning needs.

SEEM Collaborative Middle School

Collaborative: 

SEEM Middle School is a co-educational day school that provides therapeutic and educational supports to help students prepare for high school and attain the social and behavioral skills needed to eventually join the work force or continue on to higher education opportunities.