Hillside Academy East
Preferred Provider with Chicago Public Schools
At Hillside Academy we believe that every child has the right to a high quality education. Like all Menta schools, Hillside Academy’s guiding principle is “we will never give up.” Hillside has a deep commitment to developing innovative strategies for ensuring that the children in our programs are not left behind. We maintain high expectations for our students, in terms of both academic and social-emotional growth, countering the prevailing prejudices commonly found in the education of children with disabilities. We understand the necessity of preparing students for success in post-secondary education, in careers, and as productive citizens of a changing 21st century world. Similarly, we maintain high expectations for ourselves as educators, using data and the problem-solving process to continue to improve our program and ensure positive outcomes for all of our students.
The staff at Hillside Academy East is dedicated to seeing each child reaches their potential in becoming 3 C Ready- College Ready, Career Ready, and Citizenship Ready. Educational services are intended to meet both the developmental and individual learning needs of each student. Classrooms are designed to be active learning environments where young people have the opportunity to experience educational and behavioral success on a daily basis.
- Hillside Academy East is approved by the Illinois State Board of Education as a nonpublic educational facility (14-7.02) for special education students in kindergarten through age 22. offers elementary, middle and high school programming to children with diverse learning needs.
- Hillside Academy East is an approved Cluster School with Chicago Public Schools.
- Approved Free and Reduced Lunch Provider under Illinois State Board of Education.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP and/or PARTNERSHIPS
The Menta Group affiliates are members/partners with CEC, CASE, Autism Speaks, ISBA, IAPSEC, IASA, ISBA, AASA, CCSSO, IAASE, ASCD, and many more associations that focus on the education of children with disabilities.
Principal: Adrienne Porter – firstname.lastname@example.org
3049 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (773) 533-9605
Fax: (773) 638-6235
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