Maranatha High School offers a Learning Assistance program that is designed for students with documented difficulties in learning. Each student is provided an Instructional Support Plan (ISP) for the classroom that includes appropriate documentation of diagnosis as required by the College Board for accommodations necessary for testing. The Learning Assistance program focuses on providing students with accommodations specific to the student’s academic areas of need, such as retesting and providing extended time for tests. Every effort is made to provide the tools for academic success.
Below is a diagram of the qualification process (beyond regular admission procedures):
For questions or further clarification, please contact Daniel Baker, Learning Assistance Program Director, (626) 817-4046.