Fox Meadow High School - Regional Alternative Programs
The Putnam/Northern Westchester High School Programs at Fox Meadow are designed for students whose goal is to earn a high school diploma but have not been successful in their home school environment.
Students are recommended to the Fox Meadow campus by a high school counselor or a Committee on Special Education. Students at Fox Meadow enjoy individualized instruction, a structured yet informal learning environment, and courses that fulfill all academic requirements for graduation. In addition, our Levels of Academic and Clinical Services model allow us to customize our support for students in their academic and social-emotional development. Select students can also earn college credits through Mercy College, Westchester Community College, and Dutchess Community College.
To assist districts in meeting the changing needs of their students by providing a full range of programs, services, and resources that target areas of intervention based on specific student needs and promotes the greatest level of student independence and success.
The Special Education Department strives to be a caring and dynamic learning community in which all members are actively engaged in the ongoing development and delivery of high quality, cutting edge instruction based on research and assessment data and designed to meet the unique learning needs of students.
Fox Meadow High School
Mr. Clark Callahan, Principal
845 Fox Meadow Road
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598