Admission

Often, students can develop negative strategies or behaviors to avoid academic situations. These negative strategies or behaviors can come from a place of low self-confidence or worth, and we believe that through increased integrative support, students can succeed. However, our program is not designed to serve students with persistent or severe behavior problems caused by primary neurological or psychological issues.
 
We offer rolling admission, students are admitted throughout the school year, as space allows. 
To begin the admission process, please contact Alisa at 740.973.5773 (text or call) or
complete our online First Steps to Success form. 
4 Steps to Success for the Admissions Process

Step 1.

  • Contact Rules 4 Life Learning Center, please call or email. We will have a conversation to ensure we are the best support and the best service for your student.

Step 2. Submission of paperwork

  • Most current multi-factored evaluation (MFE), an IEP, 504, or Service Plan. 

  • Any educational, psychological, neurological, speech, or language evaluations (includes cognitive and diagnostic)

 

Step 3. Schedule a Meeting

  • After the Rules 4 Life Admission team evaluates the student's information and we are an excellent fit for your student, we will schedule a meeting with the parent/guardian, the student, and the Rules 4 Life Learning Center Director.    This meeting can be a virtual meeting or phone call. 

  • Read through Rules 4 Life Learning Center's Parent-Student handbook

  • Rules 4 Life Learning Center will present an individualized Service Contract for your student. 

 

Step 4. Acceptance into Rules 4 Life Learning Center

  • Pay $100 non-refundable application fee

  • Complete the Student's Information Packet​​

Rules 4 Life Learning Center holds a commitment to inclusion. Therefore, when considering the enrollment of students, Rules 4 Life Learning Center does not discriminate in violation of the law based on race, religion, creed, color, sexual orientation, age, nation of origin, or gender.