Why Headlands Prep?
Students attend Headlands Prep for many reasons. One thing they all have in common is the traditional school setting was not meeting their individual needs.
Who attends Headlands Prep?
Gifted & Twice Exceptional
Students who are gifted and thrive with an accelerated pace, which allows them to delve deeper into subject matter and find inspiration in their learning without the limitations of grade level.
Twice exceptional students who need a combination of advanced material presented with attention to their learning differences.
Students interested in accelerating their education to graduate early
Students who need a relaxed pace, allowing more time to fully absorb and master material
Students with learning differences or ADHD who benefit from individualized instruction and support tailored to their needs.
Students with social/emotional challenges (such as anxiety or depression) who are looking for a supportive learning environment and community that is different from the traditional school setting.
Students who require a flexible schedule tailored to accommodate their needs. This could be students who are pursuing passions outside of school, youth athletes, or students with specific health-related scheduling needs, among others.
Executive Function Support
Students with executive functioning challenges who benefit from learning strategies for organization, prioritization, time management, and study skills to maximize their success and engagement in school.
Students looking for supplemental courses in order to explore areas of academics not offered at their school of record or who need individualized support in one subject.
Homeschooled students who want to take one or more courses in a school setting.
Students who need to recover non-passing grades from past courses at their previous school.
What are yours?
Every student comes with a unique story and learning needs.
Headlands Prep Parent
“We know our son developed farther and faster than would have been possible in a traditional academic setting.”