High School

Fort Lee Public Schools
Department of Special Services

High School Programs: Grades 9 - 12

2021 - 2022 


Our Inclusion settings at Fort Lee High School serve both students with and without recognized disability in the same general education classroom.  This model is best suited for students experiencing mild disabilities which interfere with academic achievement. Our Inclusion setting provides students access to our rigorous curriculum in the Least Restrictive Environment and is available for Grades 9 - 12.

Resource Room

Our Resource Room setting at Fort Lee High School serves students in Grades 9 - 12.  A Resource Room is a separate, remedial classroom where students with education disabilities, such as specific learning disabilities, are provided with direct, specialized instruction and academic remediation.  All academic subject areas are instructed and supported in this learning environment.

LLD Classrooms

Our Language and/or Learning Disability (LLD) classrooms at Fort Lee High School serve students in Grades 9 through 12 who have mild to severe academic deficits and demonstrate difficulty meeting grade level curriculum standards. Students receive individualized instruction in a class with a lower student-teacher ratio. 

Multiple Disabilities (MD) Classroom

Our Multiple Disabilities (MD) classroom at Fort Lee High School serves students in grades 9 through 12 with diverse disabilities including academic, behavioral, medical and/or cognitive Impairments. Teachers in this setting use individualized and specialized approaches to find students' level of understanding and scaffold their learning at an appropriate individual pace.  This program operates as a self-contained learning environment for all subject matters.

Have a question about the specifics of one of our learning environments?

Please see our Parent Resources page for further information!