Village Glen

ADMISSIONS

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VILLAGE GLEN ADMISSIONS

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE

We encourage you to attend a Village Glen’s Admissions Online Q&A and Open House held weekly on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m.
To RSVP, please contact the Admissions Office by email or call 877-943-5747

A Letter From Village Glen's

VP of Community Partnerships & Admissions

Jason Bolton

Jason Bolton, PsyD
VP of Community Partnerships & Admissions

Dear Prospective Village Glen Parents,

Thank you for your interest in Village Glen School. There is no greater decision than determining what school your child should attend. We hope that you have had the opportunity to explore our website and have found it helpful in providing information about our school and programs.

Village Glen School provides a college preparatory curriculum leading to a High School diploma using appropriate accommodations and supports to build on your student’s strengths, address their challenges, and stimulate their intellectual curiosity. We seek to optimize our students’ potential in all areas of development and focus on the soft skills necessary to successfully navigate the college experience and eventually the workforce. Village Glen’s social skills program incorporates aspects of evidenced-based programs that have shown to make a difference in the real world.

Village Glen’s interdisciplinary team, including credentialed special educators, behavior analysts, school therapists, speech pathologists and occupational therapists work together to facilitate our students’ academic, emotional, social, and behavioral growth. Students learn to be effective self-advocates as they prepare for increasing levels of independence. Above all, Village Glen is a place where students are accepted as they are by their peers and the dedicated staff working with them every day. It is a place where students can feel safe to be themselves, take risks, and learn.

We welcome you to visit one of our Open Houses to learn more about our school and to see it in action and we welcome the opportunity to guide you in determining if Village Glen is the right place for your student.

Please contact me if you have any questions.

Village Glen's Admissions

APPLICATION

Below is a brief outline of the steps involved in Village Glen School’s admissions process.

Parents Open House

Open Houses for prospective parents provide them with the opportunity to visit the campus and learn more about the school’s program, philosophy and approach. They also include time to ask questions as well as tour the campus. Open Houses are scheduled every Tuesday at 10:00 am.

Application

Applications to Village Glen School are available online or from the Admissions Office. The application provides a checklist of required documents. After completion of an application, it may be emailed to the admissions coordinator, Patricia Johnson, at pjohnson@thehelpgroup.org or mailed along with the supporting documents to The Help Group Admissions Office, 13130 Burbank Boulevard, Sherman Oaks, CA 91401.

Interview

Parents of applicants will be contacted by the Admissions Office within one week of receipt of the application to arrange an interview with the parent, the child, and an Admissions evaluator. This 60-90 minute meeting will review the child’s needs, provide time for questions and give the child an opportunity to see the school.

Outside Information

After the interview, the Admissions evaluator will request written permission to contact one or more professionals who know the child well in order to obtain information from their point of view. Generally this will include the child’s most recent teacher.

The Decision

Once an evaluator has heard from the professional(s) mentioned above, parents will be contacted within 7 to 14 days with the admissions decision.

Enrollment

The final step of the process entails parent(s) completing all necessary forms prior to the student starting school.

Village Glen's Admissions

APPLICATION

Below is a brief outline of the steps involved in Village Glen School’s admissions process.

Parents Open House

Open Houses for prospective parents provide them with the opportunity to visit the campus and learn more about the school’s program, philosophy and approach. They also include time to ask questions as well as tour the campus. Open Houses are scheduled every Tuesday at 10:00 am.

Application

Applications to Village Glen School are available online or from the Admissions Office. The application provides a checklist of required documents. After completion of an application, it may be emailed to the admissions coordinator, Patricia Johnson, at pjohnson@thehelpgroup.org or mailed along with the supporting documents to The Help Group Admissions Office, 13130 Burbank Boulevard, Sherman Oaks, CA 91401.

Interview

Parents of applicants will be contacted by the Admissions Office within one week of receipt of the application to arrange an interview with the parent, the child, and an Admissions evaluator. This 60-90 minute meeting will review the child’s needs, provide time for questions and give the child an opportunity to see the school.

Outside Information

After the interview, the Admissions evaluator will request written permission to contact one or more professionals who know the child well in order to obtain information from their point of view. Generally this will include the child’s most recent teacher.

The Decision

Once an evaluator has heard from the professional(s) mentioned above, parents will be contacted within 7 to 14 days with the admissions decision.

Enrollment

The final step of the process entails parent(s) completing all necessary forms prior to the student starting school.

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NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS

Village Glen admits students of any race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, and other school-administered programs.

* Certified by the California State Department of Education

*Accredited by the Western Association off Schools and Colleges