Education is a major component of treatment at Orion House. In order to reside at our facility, every youth to the best of his ability, must make education a priority. Through a Title I grant that focuses on Drop Out Prevention, residents are afforded a large array of educational supports to include; in-school behavioral and academic monitoring, individual tutoring and daily study hour from the Orion House’s Educational Coordinator. 

Should a resident require a more therapeutic and structured environment or have disabilities that require specialized services, the Granite Hill School offers open enrollment for our residents. For more information on the Granite Hill School, you can visit the link below.

Residents who are attending adult learning or preparing for their Hi Set are able to attend classes at the Claremont Adult Learning Center. Residents are also able to attend college courses on line or in person based on a resident’s transition plan.