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A Step-by-Step Guide to Joining Red Line Advocacy

Welcome to the enrollment page for Red Line Advocacy. We are thrilled about your interest in joining our special education community. We have developed a comprehensive and straightforward enrollment process to ensure a smooth transition for your child.

Before proceeding, kindly review our School Handbook for an understanding of our ethos, policies, and procedures. Also, please familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 Guidelines to ensure the safety of our community.

Enrollment Process

1. Release of Information

This initial form enables us to gather necessary details about your child’s education background from previous institutions, therapists, or medical practitioners.

2. Intake Form

This form helps us understand your child’s current academic level, special learning needs, and personal interests. This will be essential for working directly with your child’s strengths.

3. Registration Packet

Complete our registration packet, including necessary documentation, contact information, and acknowledgments.

Qualifying Process

Not sure if your child qualifies? Understand our qualifying process by answering all three questions.

Question 1.

Does your child have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)?
Question 2.

Has your public school district deemed a separate educational facility necessary for your child's education?
Question 3.

Do you qualify for an Ohio Autism or Jon Peterson scholarship?

Frequently Asked Questions

You may have questions about our enrollment process, programs, or services. We’ve answered some of our most common questions here. Please reach out to us for any additional support or clarification you need throughout the enrollment process. We’re happy to help!

There are a variety of ways tuition is paid here at Red Line. If your child is placed on an IEP that says “separate facility” and your local school district has agreed to place your student with us, the local school district will pay for your child to attend Red Line Advocacy.

If this is not the case, Red Line accepts public funding through Autism or Jon Peterson scholarship provided by the state. Services provided under these scholarships are subject to availability. Please contact us to learn more about this option.

For the most part! We have licensed teachers and therapists to provide our students the services they need.

We believe that every student may learn differently, so our approach changes from student to student. As part of our intake process, we like to learn more about each student and place them in the best learning environment. Additionally, we believe that the best way to make our students life-long learners is to prepare them to be successful members of their community. Our students spend significant time out in the community practicing life, social, and vocational skills. Our student to staff ratio never exceeds 2:1.

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You answered: Yes!

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You answered: No!

An IEP is mandatory to qualify for our program. Reach out to your current school’s administration or your school district to ask if your child needs an IEP–or ask us for more information!

You answered: Yes!

Your child may qualify for enrollment!

You answered: No!

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You answered: Yes!

Your child may qualify for enrollment!

You answered: No!

If your child does not meet either of our qualifying requirements, your child does not qualify for enrollment with Red Line Advocacy. If you need assistance finding the right program for your child, please reach out! We’ll point you in the right direction.