In-Person Classes

Attending in-person classes presents a whole world of opportunities for Pathways students. Not only do they get to engage with their peers and teachers on a social level, but they also get to experience hands-on learning that caters to their individual needs. Students are able to participate in community activities like volunteering, field trips, and even Special Olympics. These experiences create a rich and diverse learning environment that fosters creativity, independence, and personal growth.


In-person learning at Pathways offers many benefits that greatly enhance the quality of life for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Interactive learning and a specialized education experience
  • Lasting friendships and social interaction
  • Structured schedule and environment
  • An inclusive and loving environment
  • Opportunities to thrive and grow through Special Olympics and Volunteering


We don’t want finances to be a barrier for families, so we fundraise each year to provide scholarships of up to 100% of tuition cost to anyone with a need. After you submit the Enrollment Inquiry Form, we will give you all the information you need to know about scholarships as we visit with you for an interview and tour of the facility.


  • 16 years or older for summer enrollment.
  • 18 years or older for year-round enrollment.
  • Diagnosed with an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD) and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
  • Ability to care for personal needs and do not require one-on-one assistance.
  • Administer any required medications independently.
  • No history of behavior that would be harmful to themselves or others.

What’s a Typical Day at Pathways?

Each day is different and includes different classes and activities. Here is an example of a full day at Pathways.
Start of Day
A teacher greets students at the door, and they head down to start their day in worship. After worship, teachers ready students for the day with “Team Time” and head to their classrooms.
Morning Classes
For the rest of the morning, students participate in hands-on classes that last 30 minutes each in subjects like reading, science, and daily living skills. They also spend time in fitness to keep moving and stay engaged.
Lunch Time
Students eat lunch and enjoy spending time with each other and teachers.
After Lunch
A group of students are transported to the Pathways shuttle to volunteer in the community, train for the Special Olympics, or go on a field trip.
Afternoon Classes
Students enjoy classes like Bible study, math, nutrition, and the arts.
End of Day
Students play games and socialize while waiting for rides home.

Enroll Today!

Fill out the enrollment inquiry and we’ll be in touch.