Welcome to Collier High School
Collier High School is a state-approved, private, non-profit school for students with disabilities whose needs cannot be met within the public school. The school's departmentalized academic program prepares students for admission into four-year colleges, community colleges, and technical/vocational schools, and full-time employment.
Collier's strong counseling component combines individual as well as group therapy that encourages and supports social and emotional growth for all students. Clubs, sport teams, and activities round out the educational program, giving students extracurricular opportunities similar to those offered in public schools.
In The Atlantic Magazine article, What Happened to American Childhood? by Kate Julian (May 2020), School Refusal is described as being the "equivalent of a four-alarm fire, both because it signals profound distress and because it can lead to so-called failure to launch—seen in the rising share of young adults who don’t work or attend school and who are dependent on their parents."