1307 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27605
Special Programs at Raleigh Charter High School offers the least restrictive environment for all children identified.
Research has shown evidence that students with exceptional needs whose educational needs can be met in a regular classroom setting benefit by remaining in that setting.
Our special educators assist the classroom teacher in making necessary modifications and adjusting the presentation of curriculum as needed so students can be successful. Students who need help outside of the regular education classroom can take a Curriculum Assistance class that provides extra help with the areas of need determined by the IEP.
Students' individualized educational plans are followed and updated annually. Psychological evaluations, re-evaluations, and educational testing are conducted as required by state mandates or as requested by parents.

Sites that provide information about different disabilities
http://ec.ncpublicschools.gov/- navigate to Disability Resources or Parent Resources under Exceptional Children
www.ecac-parentcenter.org/ ECAC is a non-profit organization that provides information and resources to the families of children with disabilities in North Carolina.
http://ldanc.org/- Learning Disabilities Association
http://www.trianglechadd.com/- Children and Adults with ADD
http://www.fsnnc.org - Family Support Network of North Carolina promotes and provides support for families with children who have special needs.
http://www.wrightslaw.com/ - Wrightslaw - Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities (not affiliated with Wright School).
http://www.ncdhhs.gov/dvrs/- North Carolina Divison of Vocational Rehabilitation Services http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/parents/ - This Parent, Family, and Community Involvement Information web-page represents one of the many state-wide initiatives to educate, inform, and advocate for strengthening the role of parents, families, and communities as involved, enabled, and empowered leaders, decision-makers, teachers, volunteers, and experts about their children and the needs of the communities. If we are to leave no child behind, we must bring every parent, family and community along.