The Fallbrook Union High School District believes that all students are capable of achieving high expectations when there is a strong partnership among parents, teachers, administrators, and other members of the Fallbrook community. It is our goal to teach students in order that they will achieve their full potentials as independent and successful adults.
Our dedicated special education staff provides services for students with disabilities ranging from mild learning disorders to severe physical and mental handicaps. Our special educators bring a wealth of knowledge about child development and how children learn, and the skills to monitor student progress. We are committed to the identification and service of special education students in the least restrictive environment possible.
As a member of the North Coast Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE), we offer a full continuum of special education services that appropriately meet student needs.
Special Education is specialized instruction provided for children from birth to age 22 who qualify according to the laws and regulations outlined by the state and federal government. A student may qualify for special education services as an individual with special needs in one of thirteen areas identified by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).