Shore Educational Collaborative

Shore Educational Collaborative offers special educational and day services for behaviorally and academically challenged students and adults. The Collaborative also offers consultation, professional development and operational services to educators and school administrators. Each year, the Collaborative serves more than 150 students, 300 adults and 3,000 educators. Shore’s staff of highly trained and experienced professionals and specialists delivers a wide variety of customized programs and services. Students and adults receive individualized attention to help them reintegrate into traditional school environments and to participate productively in their communities.

Programs Available

Alternative Middle and High School

The Alternative Middle and High School provides a structured, therapeutic environment for students whose emotional, behavioral, health, or learning challenges have impacted their abilities to be successful in traditional, public school classrooms.

Elementary Therapeutic Day School

The Elementary Therapeutic Day School provides a highly structured environment for students whose emotional, behavioral, health, or learning challenges have impacted their abilities to be successful in traditional classroom groupings.

Elementary Therapeutic Program: In District

The Elementary Therapeutic Program: In District provides a structured environment for students whose emotional, behavioral, health, or learning challenges have impacted their abilities to be successful in traditional classroom groupings.

Interim Alternative Educational Settings (45 Day Placements)

The Interim Alternative Education Setting, often referred to as Shore’s 45 Day Assessment Program, serves students who violate their public school districts’ disciplinary policies.

Middle School Therapeutic Program: In District

The Middle School Therapeutic Program: In District provides a structured environment for students whose emotional, behavioral, health, or learning challenges have impacted their abilities to be successful in traditional classroom groupings.