Adult Living Program


    Supporting Students in Transition

    The Adult Living Program is a day program for up to 10 students with disabilities aged 18-21, who have completed their Bainbridge High School or Eagle Harbor program and are in need of services to help transition from public school to adult life. 

    Following a modified school calendar, students work on developing work skills, such as how to seek, secure and maintain employment. With the core belief that all can work and contribute, the goal of the program is to find employment or alternative means for each student to contribute in the community.

    Following the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP), the student will work on social and life skills as needed, in addition to work skills. District staff work as a team with the students, their families, employers, adult service agencies, and community members to provide meaningful and relevant services.