Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) is committed to providing quality education to all students, regardless of their abilities. The district offers a range of special education services to students aged 2 to 21 who are eligible for such services. These include individualized instruction, specialized instruction, and related services such as speech and language therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and counseling. In addition, ACPS provides a variety of support services to help students transition from school to post-secondary education or employment, access the curriculum with assistive technology, and understand their disability with parent training and support services. The King William Center has implemented a day program that operates 5 days a week during regular school hours and provides individualized assistance in basic academic subjects.
Applications are accepted for the current school year as space becomes available and for the next school year before March 1.ACPS is dedicated to providing quality education to all students in Alexandria, VA. With these special education services tailored to meet the needs of each student, ACPS strives to ensure that all students have access to the best possible educational opportunities.