my son is 10, he has moved this year from a mainstream primary school to an independent special education school for children with social/emotional/behavioural difficulties but normal-high IQ. He is doing very well there, it is an amazing school and the feedback from the staff has been that there is very little problem with his behaviour but his social skills need work (he sees every professional under the sun and has 2 social skills sessions a week so we are working on this). He has a diagnosis of mild high functioning ASD and ADHD. Having moved schools he has been thoroughly assessed and we have discovered that despite having an IQ which is considerably above average he is behind in everything except maths. Our initial plan was for him to spend the next three years at this school then move back into a mainstream secondary school but we are starting to wonder if that is the best option for him. He needs to be at a secondary school where he has the option to complete VCE and we are wondering what else is out there. We are in Melbourne, does anyone know of any secondary school options that might suit my son?
Edited by Steph116, 30 July 2019 - 03:36 PM.