Current High School Students
Who's eligible to attend?
- Students who have receive a certificate of completion from the high school, rather than a diploma, and meets RCEB Regional Center Eligibility Criteria may attend the Roy Johnson Transition Program until the age of 22.
- Persons eligible for RCEB, Regional Center of the East Bay, are persons with a developmental disability, defined as Intellectual Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Autism, or other conditions closely related to Intellectual Disability.
What is a Transition Program?
- A transition program is a multi year program, intended to prepare students with disabilities for the post-school options.
- The Roy Johnson Adult Transition Program is based on student centered planning that maximizes independence in adult life.
- The Program is designed for students with moderate to severe disabilities who have received a certificate of completion of 4 years of high school and before the age of 22, when adult programs can begin.
What is the Transition Process?
- At the high school level, a transition IEP is held and a transition teacher will be included in the IEP invitation.
- A collaboration takes place between high school and transition teachers to include information about the student.
- Parents are invited to attend informational meetings regarding the transition program where information is presented, followed by a Q and A.
- Students visit the transition program to get a flavor of what they will be participating in during their junior and senior years.
- Incoming students and families are invited to an Open House on the Redwood Campus.