At Beacon Hill, we desire for our students to be prepared to enter independence with confidence and the skills needed to be a successful contributor to our community through service and careers!
Student & Family Resources:
Keeping Children Safe Missing Child Card
KidSmartz Abduction Prevention Curriculum
Speak Up, Save Lives Reporting Information:
Please refer to these links for updated, accurate information to prepare for and protect against the Coronavirus/COVID-19
COVID Toolkit: Resources for Families
Ohio Means Jobs
Explore possible careers, plan your pathway, learn how to fund your education, and find a job in your area of interest. Save all of your information in a virtual "backpack" where it may be expanded upon as you examine options and make choices regarding your future.
Autism Scholarship Program. The Autism Scholarship Program (ASP) gives the parents of children with autism who qualify for a scholarship the choice to send the child to a special education program other than the one operated by the school district of residence to receive their education and the services outlined in the child's individualized education program (IEP).
Vision & Hearing Screenings:
In the fall of each school year, we test the vision and hearing of all 7th grade and 11th grade students, as well as any new student at any grade level.
Missing Children Awareness:
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is a the official site for current information on missing children and other valuable resources.
The ODE's page on the Governor's Human Trafficking Task Force provides information on Human Trafficking and Prevention
In accordance wth the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and Ohio law, Beacon Hill believes all homeless children have a right to equal educational opportunities. The School shall provide services to each homeless child or youth that is comparable to services offered to other students in the school.
College Credit Plus:
College Credit Plus provides college course/credit opportunities for students grades 7-12 who meet the admission requirements of a partnering college. Students that choose this option are enrolled in both high school and college, earning dual credit. Any and all students (including current CCP students) interested in participating in the program for the 2022-2023 school year must submit a letter of intent and meet with the school principal and attend the annual meeting with at least one parent/guardian.