A Step Above

In collaboration with surrounding ISDs, we offer students with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) opportunities to experience college while developing the following skills: 

  • Academic 
  • Career and workplace  
  • Independent living  
  • Social  

Quick Facts 

  • Location:South Campus 
  • Eligibility: Students must be in high school

Program Highlights 

We will provide: 

  • Academic support 
  • An active campus community 
  • A supportive learning environment 
  • Encouragement of independence and self-advocacy 
  • Individualized instruction 
  • Internships with real work experiences 
  • Job training skills 


To check availability, contact the South Campus Lifestyle and Community Learning (LCL) office. 
  • College Readiness 
  • Introduction to Office Skills 
  • Math Enrichment 
  • Reading & Vocabulary Enrichment 
  • Transitional Skills I 
  • Transitional Skills II 


  • Basic Automotive 
  • Cosmetology 
  • Hospitality 
  • First Aid 
  • Floral Arranging 
  • Furniture Upholstery 
  • Pet and Animal Care 

How to Apply and Register 

Before you can register, complete the following:

  1. Meet with Lifestyle and Community Learning staff at the campus that you want to attend and review the courses in the program.
  2. Complete an admission interview.
  3. Review the registration process with one of our staff. (both student and parent)
  4. Visit a classroom in session. (optional)


South Campus

Lifestyle and Community Learning

Updated February 20, 2024