FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is the Cedarwood Program an alternative school?
No. The students who attend the Cedarwood Program are not just students who have gotten into legal trouble within and outside the school setting. The Cedarwood Program is a continuum of special education.
Is the Cedarwood Program a private residential school?
No. The Cedarwood Program receives funding from the State of Georgia as other public school systems. The students who attend the Cedarwood Program are simply public school students who are served full or part day in a different location.
Do the students who attend the Cedarwood Program have impaired mental or physical abilities?
Students with decreased physical or mental abilities are served by other service providers within the continuum of special education. The Cedarwood Program serves students with EBD or Autism eligibilities. These students come from a wide variety of economic backgrounds, lifestyles, and intellectual ability.
What kind of certification do teachers at the Cedarwood Program have?
The teachers at the Cedarwood Program are certified by the State of Georgia in the field of Special Education and the majority of teachers are highly qualified in the field they are teaching in.