Welcome to Collier Transition Program
The Collier Transition Program serves students who have completed all of their high school graduation requirements but would benefit from support in enhancing their professional skills, college and/or vocational preparedness, and life-skills to increase independence and employability.
The Collier Transition Program is a highly individualized program that works with students on meeting their specific needs. Students participate in a comprehensive career interest and values assessment to establish their targeted goals. Students work with Collier High School’s Work Based Learning (WBL) Coordinator to place them in on- or off-campus jobs best suited to their career interests. They receive extensive coaching and job-skill development to help them achieve success after high school.
Collier School Newsletter--learn about Collier School, an alternative school for kids with mental and behavioral health challenges such as but not limited to ADHD; anxiety; autism; depression; discouragement/low motivation; mood, attention, or adjustment difficulties; oppositional/defiant behavior; poor socialization sills/isolation; school phobia/avoidance.
19% of students with disabilities attend 4-year colleges or universities.
Students with disabilities continue to demonstrate poorer employment outcomes
Young adults with disabilities lag behind in life-skills areas
More young adults with disabilities live with their parents, relative, or legal guardians after high school