Fox Meadow High School - Regional Alternative Programs
Shauna suffered a stroke at 16 and had to learn how to do everything all over again, how to walk, how to talk, how to read and study. Andres was a self-described “troubled student” in a local high school with little direction and few prospects for the future. Both students, and countless others, each with his or her own story, came to the Fox Meadow High School and found success. When they graduated, Shauna and Andres were both bound for college.
Fox Meadow serves students in grades 7 thourgh 12 with a variety of social, emotional and learning needs. Located on BOCES' Fox Meadow campus off Route 132 in Shrub Oak, Fox Meadow helps students who may have been lost in a large high school to find their way.
Some of the programs offered at Fox Meadow include:
- The Fifth Year GED program, which provides customized academic instruction and emotional and transitional support to students who wish to earn a General Equivalency Diploma.
- The Regional Alternative High School, which serves students who have been recommended by a high school counselor or the Committee on Special Education. It provides a structured, supportive environment and individualized instruction to help students fulfill the academic requirements for graduation. Students can also earn college credits.
- Career and Technical Education is available to Fox Meadow students through the Tech Center, which offers courses in more than 40 areas such as automotive repair, graphic design, engineering, cosmetology, advertising art and design, masonry, fashion design and law enforcement.
Fox Meadow High School
Mr. Alfred Santoli, Principal
845 Fox Meadow Road
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598