Educational Support (ES) assists students with high-functioning neurodiversities* as they progress through the college preparatory curriculum at Hill Country. Educational Support staff partner with Christian families in celebrating and serving qualifying students. Acknowledging the critical role of early intervention, the focused goal for students in the ES program is to become successful, independent, lifelong learners. A formal comprehensive evaluation+ conducted by a licensed neuropsychologist or psychologist is required and will serve as a basis for determining service options.
* High functioning neurodiversities include but are not limited to ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and specific learning disorders.
+ A formal comprehensive evaluation includes nine domains of functioning: intelligence, achievement (math, reading, and spelling), visual-spatial, language, memory (verbal and visual), motor, executive functions, social, and emotional.