We serve the educational needs of over 350 children and young adults with Autism, Asperger's syndrome, and other developmental disabilities in the state of Ohio. We operate classroom-based Charter Schools in Columbus/Dublin, Lancaster, Athens, and Sandusky, Ohio. We also operate home-based programs throughout the state. Haugland accepts students from – more...preschool through twelfth grade (including those with behaviors of concern) and is therefore an excellent alternative to public school.
All students with an Autism, Asperger's, or PDD-NOS diagnosis are eligible to receive the Autism Scholarship from the Ohio Department of Education, which can be used to pay for educational services at Haugland.
Students with other disabilities may qualify for the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship, which can also be used to pay for services at Haugland.
Additionally, students with any learning disability are eligible for placement at Haugland by their home school district via direct contract. – less
What is it like to work at Haugland Learning Center?
I enjoyed working with the students.
Written by Home teacher (Former Employee) from Columbus, OH on September 30, 2019
A typical day at work was packing up my teaching supplies and then driving to the home of my student(s). I typically spent two or two and a half hours in their home engaged in school work, sitting at a place determined by their family. We had a ten minute break in the middle of the teaching session.
I was responsible for the content of the lessons - more...
I enjoyed interacting with the students, and I liked the flexibility of scheduling.
I actually would have liked a workplace and peers for meetings.