The school is committed to preparing both students and parents for a successful outplacement to a more traditional classroom setting. Either the school administration or the parents can initiate discussions about a student’s readiness to explore other educational options.
Understanding the Outplacement Process
The discussion about outplacement begins when a student starts their Camperdown journey. A Camperdown Academy education provides students with the confidence and learning strategies necessary to experience success in a classroom. Students are most often enrolled for three or four years before returning to a mainstream environment.
The Role of the Outplacement Coordinator
1. Advise families regarding the timing of the outplacement process
2. Inform families about educational options post-Camperdown
3. Support families as they make the transition to a new school
Students experience success post-Camperdown in a wide variety of classroom settings.
Approximately 60% go to a public school, while 35% choose private, and the remainder choose homeschool or a hybrid program.
Students successfully transition to area schools including:
Christ Church Episcopal
Pine Street Elementary
Greer Middle College
Mitchell Road Christian
Hampton Park Christian
Sara Collins Elementary
Upstate Homeschool Co-op
…and many others